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Development Update on All Applications: February 2023

Updates are grouped by neighbourhood

BAYVIEW VILLAGE

500 Sheppard Proposed: 35- and 39-storey mixed use building with 928 units. Community Consultation: Held in June 2022. Status: Applicant appealed the proposal to the Ontario Land Tribunal due to a lack of decision by City. City staff have requested authority from Council to attend the Tribunal in opposition to the application in its current form. Staff are continuing discussions with the applicant in the interim. City Planner: Jenny Choi - Jenny.Choi@toronto.ca

Bayview Village Mall (2901 Bayview) Status: The application was approved by Provincial Tribunal in 2020 and is currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: The redevelopment will maintain the existing shopping centre and add one 20-storey and two six-storey buildings on the north side of the mall, and a 29- and 30-storey building on the south side of the mall with a total of 1030 units. A public park and direct access to Bayview TTC station are also included. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

589 Sheppard Proposed: A 14-storey mixed use building with 160 units and relocation of Thomas Clark House (heritage building) to front on Sheppard Avenue East. Community Consultation: Held in June 2021. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Michael Romero - Michael.Romero@toronto.ca

1 Greenbriar & 635 Greenbriar Proposed: 11-storey mixed use building with 134 units. Community Consultation: Held in January 2022. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Michael Romero - Michael.Romero@toronto.ca

11 Greenbriar Proposed: 4-storey residential building with 29 units. Community Consultation: Held in March 2022. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Michael Romero - Michael.Romero@toronto.ca

23-29 Greenbriar Proposed: 10-storey residential building with 169 units. Community Consultation: Held in June 2022. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Michael Romero - Michael.Romero@toronto.ca

22-36 Greenbriar Proposed: 24-storey residential building with 351 units. Community Consultation: Held in June 2022. Status: The applicant resubmitted the proposal with a height reduction to 22 storeys and a smaller floor plate, in addition to other changes requested by City staff. The revised application is currently under review by City staff. City Planner: Michael Romero - Michael.Romero@toronto.ca

71 Talara Status: Approved by City Council in July 2022. Currently undergoing technical detail review by City staff. Details: The development will demolish the existing low-rise rental building and construct a 23-storey residential building with 281 units, including rental replacement units. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

680-688 Sheppard Status: City Council approved the final Ontario Land Tribunal settlement offer in July 2022. City staff will soon review the site plan application for technical detail review. Details: The settlement offer is for a reduced 22-storey building with transition to 12 storeys at north side of site. This offer significantly reduced the floorplate of the building with 481 units. Setbacks and carve-outs were included to reduce massing and shadowing impacts on community. City Planner: Heather Au – Heather.Au@toronto.ca

699 Sheppard Status: Approved by City Council in July 2021. Currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: This development will demolish the existing building and construct a 12-storey mixed use building with 169 units. City Planner: Michael Romero – Michael.Romero@toronto.ca

Concord Park Place Proposed: Block 7 (1001 Sheppard) proposes 24- and 29-storey mixed use buildings with 686 units. Community Consultation: Held in January 2023. Status: Under review by City staff. Concord's Park Place Masterplan was approved by Provincial Tribunal in 2013. Blocks 11 (29 and 18 storeys with 330 units), 12 (36 and 33 storeys with 362 units), and 15 (31, 27, 19 storeys with 990 units) are currently under construction. City Planners: Ingrid Fung – Ingrid.Fung@toronto.ca (Block 7) & Marian Prejel – Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca (All other Blocks)

1181 Sheppard Proposed: 22-storey office building and 33-storey residential building with 452 units. Status: Applicant has appealed the proposal the Ontario Land Tribunal. City staff are opposed to the current application and will be continuing discussions to address a number of issues on the site, particularly the connection to Leslie TTC station. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

DON VALLEY VILLAGE

1650 Sheppard Status: Approved by Provincial Tribunal in 2020. Currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: The development will maintain the existing rental building and construct a new 31-storey residential building with 319 units. This site is part of a context plan that includes a new public park and two new public streets. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

2500 Don Mills Proposed: 30- and 39-storey mixed use buildings with 823 units. Community Consultation held in July 2022. Status: Under review by City staff. City Planner: Jenny Choi - Jenny.Choi@toronto.ca

2600 Don Mills Status: Approved by Provincial Tribunal in 2020. Currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: The development will maintain existing the rental building and construct a new 33-storey residential building with 354 units. This site is part of a context plan that includes a new public park and two new public streets. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

12-24 Leith Hill Status: Approved by City Council in January 2022. Currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: The development will maintain the existing rental building and construct three blocks of townhouses with 48 units on the west side of the site and an 11-storey residential building with 121 units on the east side of the site. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

25 Leith Hill Proposed: 31-storey residential building with 294 units. Community Consultation: Held in February 2021. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

Fairview Mall (1800 Sheppard) Proposed: Masterplan Concept of 12 buildings between 18 and 58 storeys with 4,700 units and three new public parks over four phases. No existing buildings would be demolished. The first phase proposes three buildings of 38, 48, and 58 storeys. Community Consultation: Held in July 2022. Status: Under review by City staff. As part of Shelley's advocacy for greater community engagement on the whole block area, our office and City Planning are working on a next round of community engagement for both this application and the application at 5 Fairview Mall Drive to take place in March 2023. City Planner: Michelle Charkow – Michelle.Charkow@toronto.ca

5 Fairview Mall Proposed: Two residential towers of 36 and 31 storeys, connected by a 5-storey office podium. The existing 4-storey medical office would be retained in its entirety and the amount of medical office space on site would increase from 8000 sq metres to over 18,000 sq metres. Community Consultation: Held in January 2023. Status: Under review by City staff. As part of Shelley's advocacy for greater community engagement on the whole block area, our office and City Planning are working on a next round of community engagement for both this application and the application at 1800 Sheppard Avenue (Fairview Mall) to take place in March 2023. City Planner: Michelle Charkow – Michelle.Charkow@toronto.ca

20 Godstone Proposed: 6- and 12-storey residential buildings with 369 units and the retention of the existing centrally located 15-storey apartment building. Status: The applicant has appealed the proposal to the Ontario Land Tribunal. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

PARKWAY FOREST

123 Parkway Forest Proposed: 29-storey residential building with 339 units and five three-storey townhouses to replace existing townhouses. Community Consultation: Held in February 2022. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

PLEASANT VIEW

1 Heron's Hill Proposed: 34-storey mixed-used building with 334 units and preservation of existing 2-storey office building. Community Consultation: Held in December 2020. Status: Under review by City staff. City staff have recommended that the lands be converted from employment to mixed-use with a requirement to increase the amount of employment space on-site. City Planner: Derrick Wong - Derrick.Wong@toronto.ca

2135 Sheppard Proposed: 11-storey mixed use building with 275 units. Community Consultation: Held in May 2022. Status: Under review by City staff and awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Philip Liu - Philip.Liu@toronto.ca

Lansing Square (2550 Victoria Park) Status: Approved by City Council in July 2021. Currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: The redevelopment will include a new 18-storey commercial office building, six residential buildings with heights of 40, 30, 25, 35, 6 and 4 storeys with 1591 units, and a new public park. City Planner: Derrick Wong - Derrick.Wong@toronto.ca

2450 Victoria Park Status: Approved by Provincial Tribunal in in 2020. Currently going through technical detail review by City staff. Details: The redevelopment will demolish the existing commercial building and construct four mixed-used buildings of 28, 24, 20, and 11 storeys with 1056 units. City Planner: Philip Liu - Philip.Liu@toronto.ca

245 Yorkland Proposed: The construction of four 45-storey mixed use buildings with 2140 units and new public park, while maintaining the 12-storey office building and demolishing the 3-storey office building. Community Consultation: Yet to take place. Status: Under review by City staff as to compatibility with employment zoning and other City policies. Staff will report in the coming months with a Preliminary or Refusal Report. City Planner: Heather Au – Heather.Au@toronto.ca


BAYVIEW WOODS-STEELES

Tyndale University (3377 Bayview) Proposed: 14 residential buildings, the majority of which range in height from 6 storeys to 8 storeys, with three buildings having heights of 11, 15, and 20 storeys with 1530 units. The proposal also includes a daycare, café, and flexible use spaces to be used by Tyndale University. Status: Applicant has appealed the proposal to the Ontario Land Tribunal. The hearing has been scheduled over three weeks in July 2023. City staff are opposed to the current application and will be continuing discussions with the applicant and parties to the hearing to address a number of issues on the site. City Planner: Marian Prejel - Marian.Prejel@toronto.ca

6 Foxdale Proposed: Five two-storey detached dwellings and new street off of an existing court. Community Consultation: Held in June 2021. Status: Awaiting resubmission from the applicant. City Planner: Aileen Keng - Aileen.Keng@toronto.ca

10 Ruddington Proposed: A 14-storey rental building with 182 units and a 10-storey condo building with 127 units while maintaining the existing rental building. Community Consultation: Held in June 2021. Status: The applicant has appealed the proposal to the Ontario Land Tribunal. The applicant has made a settlement offer to the City that would see the 10-storey condo building converted to 24 townhouse units and the 14-storey rental building reduced in height to 13 storeys. The settlement also includes a new on-site public park. City Planner: Philip Liu - Philip.Liu@toronto.ca

630-686 Finch Proposed: The applicant made a final settlement offer to City in February 2021 for a reduced 11-storey mixed use building with 238 units. The settlement offer significantly improved setbacks from the neighbourhood and reduced massing and shadowing impacts on the community. Status: The applicant has appealed the proposal to the Ontario Land Tribunal, with a hearing scheduled for March 2023. City Council adopted the City Solicitor's recommendation to accept the settlement offer given the changes and the risk of increased height and massing at the Tribunal. City Planner: Derrick Wong - Derrick.Wong@toronto.ca

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