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New docs posted May 12:


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Major site changes will be considered for this site via item will be considered by City Council on June 15, 2022.

"...the property has changed hands, and the new owners are the non-profit organization, the Canadian Helen Keller Centre. The new owners are proposing a 58-unit deeply affordable rental building geared to persons who are both deaf and blind. These new homes will be affordable for at least 40 years, and will have rents geared to tenant incomes meaning no household will pay more than 30 percent of their income on rent.

This project is supported by government funding including through the City of Toronto’s Open Door Program which waives development charges, and planning and building permit fees. Providing new deeply affordable and supportive homes to persons with physical and developmental disabilities is a priority for all levels of government, and is a key action in the City's HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan."


LINK - http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2022.MM45.3

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Federal CMHC funds allocated to this project today...

 

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holy smokes thats certainly a change

the old design looked like the ugly cap reit apartments across the street... and now magically this becomes one of the coolest looking buildings in the area lol

also potentially commercial/retail? yes pleasssse
 
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