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Application for Zoning By-Law amendment to accomodate the development of a 64 storey mixed-use building. The proposed development consists of a 3 storey podium which retains the existing heritage building facades on Yonge St with a 61 storey point tower stepped back from the street. The will be 531 residential dwelling units and 1414m2 of non-residential gross floor area.
 
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826 Yonge St. (64s)

Wow, this is sure close to 1 Yorkville

826 YONGE ST
Ward 27 - Tor & E.York District

Application for Zoning By-Law amendment to accomodate the development of a 64 storey mixed-use building. The proposed development consists of a 3 storey podium which retains the existing heritage building facades on Yonge St with a 61 storey point tower stepped back from the street. The will be 531 residential dwelling units and 1414m2 of non-residential gross floor area.
Proposed Use --- # of Storeys --- # of Units ---
Applications:
Type Number Date Submitted Status
Rezoning 15 114759 STE 27 OZ Feb 11, 2015 Under Review


 
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$47.3 million for 826-834 Yonge St.
http://cfrealty.ca/_content/uploads/2013/08/LAND-Digest-Nov-2014.pdf

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Submitted today

http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentAp...icationsList.do?action=init&folderRsn=3697834

Application for Zoning By-Law amendment to accomodate the development of a 64 storey mixed-use building. The proposed development consists of a 3 storey podium which retains the existing heritage building facades on Yonge St with a 61 storey point tower stepped back from the street. The will be 531 residential dwelling units and 1414m2 of non-residential gross floor area.

Great news - good to see a commitment to retaining the heritage building facades.

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I have no hesitation in saying that building upon the laneway plan for East Yorkville would be a certainty.

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Is there a map somewhere of the future laneway network we can expect upon full buildout of east Yorkville?
 

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There's a neighbourhood plan in the works. Not sure how many months away from completion. The maps shows up at various neighbourhood consultations, and may be online somewhere. Too tired to look right now!

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Yorkville East of Bay Planning Framework
http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/c...nnel=1be452cc66061410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

There is a map at the last page of this PDF (July 2014)
http://www1.toronto.ca/City Of Toro... Planning/Files/pdf/Y/Yorkville Framework.pdf

There are approvals for a 102.9 metre tower on the south side of Cumberland and a 170 metre tower just west of that.. part of the 2 Bloor West site.

Here are the Built Form Objectives for this site (2-8 Cumberland St. and 830-834 Yonge, including heritage buildings):

- satisfy all heritage Official Plan policies
- continue the 7-metre wide linear pedestrian park system
from Cumberland Street to Site No. 12
- design tall building with a significantly limited floor plate
(approximately 400 square metres) with no projecting
balconies
- tall building must be set back a minimum of 10 metres
from Yonge Street and comply with the heritage principles
contained in the City's Tall Building Guidelines
- tall building must provide a minimum 25 metre tower
separation or greater to tall building at Site No. 12 and a 3
metre setback from Cumberland Street.
 
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