SLNA - Log of Current Development Projects

Development

Municipal Address

(also known as)

Description

Development Application Status with City of Toronto

# of Proposed Storeys

Development Type(s)

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Status

(Pre-construction,

OMB appeal,  

Under construction)

Axiom Condos by Kirkor Architects for Greenpark and Fieldgate

424 Adelaide St. E

(460 Adelaide St. E;  Axiom Condos)

The City has received an application to amend the Zoning By-law to permit the construction of a two-tower residential condominium of 20-and-18-storeys. The two towers are joined by a common podium ranging from one to nine storeys. A total of 480 dwelling units are proposed with three levels of underground parking.

City information is HERE

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18

Mixed use

Residential

Retail

*Heritage

Under construction

*OMB appeal

East United Condos by Giannone Petricone Associates for SigNature Communities

93 Berkeley St.

(95 Berkeley St.;

East United)

Site plan application for a mixed-use development, with a total gross floor area of 20,626 m2, including 279 residential units and 1,031 m2 of non-residential gross floor area to be used for office and retail space. The proposal consists of a 5-storey street wall base building with a 16-storey tower above, for a total of 21 storeys (69.4 m) in height.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Office

*Heritage

Pre-construction

*OMB appeal

Looking northeast towards 89 Church, designed by architectsAlliance for the Cityzen Real Estate Group

89 Church St.

(Cityzen)

Site Plan Approval application to allow a 49-storey mixed-use building (plus mechanical penthouse) including approximately 28,583 m2 (307,664 ft2) of total gross floor area (with ground floor commercial) with 468 residential units. Six (6) levels of underground parking (total of 97 parking spaces) are proposed.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Rental

Commercial

Underground parking

*Heritage

Pre-construction

*OMB appeal

Sixty Colborne condos Toronto by archtiectsAlliance for Freed Developments

101 King St. E

(60 Colborne St.)

Proposal to construct a 25 storey, 77.3 metre (82.3 metres including mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building including 281 residential condominium units and 890 square metres of commercial uses at grade. The proposal also includes five levels of below-grade parking with 186 vehicle parking spaces. The proposal is for 54-70 Colborne Street & 101 King Street East.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Commercial

Underground parking

Under construction

Backstage Condos by Cityzen, Castlepoint, and Fernbrook, viewed by night

5 The Esplanade

(7 The Esplanade;

(Backstage of Sony Centre

Draft Plan of Standard Condominium to permit a 36-storey mixed-use building containing 284 residential units; 5 retail units, (325 sq. m); and a Public Heritage and Exhibit Space and PATH connection (650 sq. m). A total of 151 parking spaces are proposed, of which 135 would be provided at or above-grade and 16 provided below grade). Refer to related Site Plan Application No. 07 274204 STE 28 SA.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Public

Exhibit Space

PATH Connection

Underground parking

*Heritage

Under construction

Partially occupied

L Tower Condos above the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, image courtesy of Cityzen, Fernbrook Homes and Castlepoint

1 Front St. E

(8 The Esplanade;

L-Tower)

To obtain condo approval to construct a 57-storey residential condo building containing 591 dwelling units. Below grade parking will contain 364 parking spaces of which 349 parking spaces will be for residential purposes and 15 parking spaces for visitors.

City information is HERE

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Residential

Underground parking

Under construction

Updated design, 75 on The Esplanade, image courtesy of Harhay Developments

75 The Esplanade

Proposal for site plan approval for a 34-storey mixed use building consisting of 1,426 sq m of retail and 350 residential dwelling units, and 3 storeys of underground parking.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Underground parking

Pre-construction

Redesign, St. Lawrence Market North Exterior, by Rogers Stirk Harbour with Adamson Associates

92 Front St. E

(95 Front St. E;

North St. Lawrence)

To construct the new St. Lawrence Market North building. The building will be five-storeys tall.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Retail

Commercial

Office

Underground parking

Pre-construction

To be completed 2019

154 Front St. East rendering, Toronto, Cityzen condo, architectsAlliance design

154 Front St. E

(Greyhound Site)

To demolish the existing Bus Depot building and to permit a temporary surface commercial parking lot on the site for a period of two (2) years.

City information is HERE

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Pre-construction

*OMB appeal

SLNA letter to be submitted

177 Front Street East, by Pemberton Group, Wallman Architects

177 Front St. E

(197 Front St. E;

Time & Space;

former Acura/Sobey’s Site)

Site Plan application to permit the construction of four buildings on the block bounded by Lower Sherbourne Street, Princess Avenue, The Esplanade and Front Street East. Two of the buildings would have a height of 29 storeys and two would have a height of 19 storeys (11-storeys at the south end of the site). The buildings would include 1,996 sq. m of non-residential uses and 1,586 residential units. A total of 836 parking spaces are proposed, of which 741 would be for residents and 95 for visitors. This application is related to OMB-approved Rezoning Application No. 12141911 STE 28 OZ (PL140323).

City information is HERE

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19

Mixed use

Residential

Commercial

Underground parking

Pre-construction

*OMB appeal

First Parliament Site, City of Toronto, Toronto Public Library

265 Front St. E

(Canada’s First Parliament building)

As of 2012, the City owns the First Parliament site and the former private owner owns the site east of Parliament Street. The Toronto Heritage Trust owns the section in the north west corner of the site.

Plans for the site (which includes both City property and the Ontario Heritage Trust property) will be developed in 2016-2017 so that redevelopment can start in 2017 or 2018. The site is very contaminated and extensive environmental testing was carried out in 2014/15, and the master plan for the whole site (including the existing Parliament Square Park) will be prepared in 2016. Detailed planning for the new District Library and a 'heritage commemoration area" are expected to begin in late 2016, with completion expected about 2-3 years later. Unfortunately, in April 2015, the Ontario Heritage Trust unilaterally decided to sign a new four-year lease on its part of the site and the Infiniti car showroom has reopened in that space.

City information is HERE

N/A

*Heritage

Pre-construction

Planning for the First Parliament Site in 2017 will include a Heritage Interpretation Plan as well as a New Library Plan

34-50 King Street East by architectsAlliance and ERA Architects for Larco Investments Ltd.

34 King St. E

Rezoning application to permit a 33-storey mixed use office and residential building with ground floor retail. The proposal include 219 residential rental units, 10,261 square metres of non-residential space, 78 parking spaces in a 5-level underground garage, and 269 bicycle parking spaces. The proposal also includes the conservation of the existing 5-storey heritage listed Quebec Bank building on-site as part of the development.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Office

Bicycle spaces

Underground parking

*Heritage

Pre-construction

 Southeast view, 254 King Street East, designed by Page + Steele/IBI Group

65 King St. E

Proposed 19 storey office development with retail uses at-grade, with a total gross floor area of 30,295 square metres including 707 square metres of retail space at grade, which retail space will front along both King Street East and Colborne Street. The main pedestrian entrance to the building will be located at the corner of King Street East and Leader Lane. The proposal includes a new 6 metre wide private lane that will connect to the existing private lane located to the east of the Site. A total of 189 parking spaces will be provided on the Site below grade, and a total of 126 bicycle parking spaces will be provided.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Retail

Office

Lane Way

Underground parking

Pre-construction

*OMB appeal (August 8, 2017 for case P160519 as Participant status)

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91 King St. E

(79 King St. E;

Albany Club)

Application update and partial resubmission on September 26, 2016: Rezoning application for 79-91 King St E to permit a 25-storey (77m in height excluding mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building with a 4-storey podium and 3 levels of underground parking. The podium

(City generally supportive of proposal) component occupies the entire footprint of the site. Tower floorplate is 625 sq. metres. The proposal includes 169 dwelling units on floors 5-25, a private club (Albany Club) spanning floors 1-4, and ground floor retail.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Private Club

Underground parking

*Heritage

Pre-construction

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254 King St. E

(260 King St. E)

The proposed mixed use redevelopment consists of two residential towers with a unified base building with a total height of 32 storeys (107 m). The towers are connected by bridge elements from floors 12 to 21 and floors 26 to 31 which will be used for amenity space. A total of 938 residential units are proposed with a total gross floor area of 61,500 m2, the base building provides 3,500 m2 of retail/commercial uses. Parking for 259 vehicles and 938 bicycle will be provided on 3 levels of underground parking.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Amenity space

Commercial

Bicycle spaces

Underground parking

Pre-construction

*OMB appeal (Participant status by March 21st, 2017)

Registering as Participants by March 21st; Jessica Braun (City solicitor)

Refusal letter sent

21 Lower Jarvis St.

Proposal for a new two-storey GO Transit/Metrolinx operational support facility which includes 1,300 square metres of office space and 1,382 square metres for a maintenance workshop and storage.

(City generally supportive of proposal)

City information is HERE

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Transit facility

Office Space

Pre-construction

25 Ontario Street, Toronto, by First Gulf, Sweeney &Co Architects

25 Ontario St.

Revised rezoning application to permit a 22-storey office building containing 40,964.9 square metres of office space, 446 square metres of retail space, 192 vehicular parking spaces within a 5-level underground garage, and 173 bicycle parking spaces. The previous proposal was to permit a residential rental building of 27 storeys. The previous proposal consisted of 630 sq.m. of retail at grade, 324 residential rental units, and parking in a 3-level underground garage.

City information is HERE 

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Mixed use

Retail

Office

Bicycle spaces

Underground parking

*Heritage

Pre-construction

East FiftyFive condos by architectsAlliance for Lamb Development Corp and Hyde Park Homes

53 Ontario St.

(55 Ontario St;

East FiftyFive)

The application contemplates a 25 storey mixed-use building containing street related retail uses and residential uses above.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Retail

Pre-construction

Looking northwest, Resubmission, 245 Queen Street East, Arquitectonica, ONE Properties

245 Queen St. E

Proposal to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law to permit a mixed-use development of three towers of 39, 45 and 39 storeys, on top of base buildings of 3 to 11 storeys. The proposal consists of: 1,645 residential units, where 1,110 are rental in tenure, 31,578 square metres of retail gross floor area, 1082 parking spaces in a 4 level underground garage.

City information is HERE

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45

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Mixed use

Residential

Rental

Retail

Underground parking

*Heritage

Pre-construction

301 Queen Street East, Quadrangle Architects, Toronto

301 Queen St. E

Site Plan Approval to permit the development of a 25-storey mixed-use building: 206 dwelling units, 6 levels of below-grade parking, total combined GFA 15,711 sq. m.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Underground parking

Pre-construction

88 Scott Street condos Toronto by Concert Properties and Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects

40 Scott St.

(80 Scott St.)

Proposal for draft plan of standard condominium for a 58-storey mixed-use condominium consisting of 523 residential units and 326 parking spaces.

City information is HERE

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Mixed use

Residential

Underground parking

Under construction