Towers of 38, 44 and 33 storeys still need relief from zoning standards
reduced to 38, 44 and 33 storeys.
A second redesign of three proposed skyscrapers near the lakeshore in Stoney Creek will cut their height, although the builder still wants relief from seven city zoning standards.
New Horizon Development Group unveiled the latest proposed site plan for the condominium towers at 310 Frances Ave. at an online open house that drew more than 200 registrants.
The revised plan calls for buildings of 38, 44 and 33 storeys, down from an original 48, 54 and 59 in December 2018.
The development still features a 5-storey parking garage that will also include some housing, but reduces the total number of condo units to 1,346 from an original 1,830.
Nearly 90 per cent would be one-bedroom units, with the rest being two bedrooms.
“We’ve been evolving our plans over the last three years and we are now in a position where we feel we have a very good site plan in play,” New Horizon managing director Jason Garland told the Nov. 18 session.