Preliminary Report – 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road- infill of apartments.

 

Being considered Etobicoke York Community Council consideration on April 4, 2017

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This application proposes an infill development of purpose built rental dwelling units comprised of two blocks of 3 storey townhouses, one 33 storey apartment building with a 3 storey base and another apartment building of 29 storeys with an 8 storey base.

…. currently developed on the site are three rental apartment buildings ranging in height from 12 storeys to 23 storeys. The proposal would add 768 new rental units to the existing 750 rental units for a total of 1,518 dwelling units. The proposed development would maintain all existing on-site rental dwelling units. The proposal also includes 450 m2 of retail floor space, which would result in a total floor area of approximately 113,100 m2.

To accommodate the full build out, a total of 1,022 vehicle parking spaces, 1,028 bicycle parking spaces and 4 loading facilities are proposed, with approximately 1,900 m2 of indoor and 3,235 m2 of outdoor amenity space proposed.

A new 2 storey amenity pavilion would accommodate some of the indoor amenity space and programs.

A community consultation meeting is recommended to be held in late April or early May, in consultation with the Ward Councillor, with a Final Report and related Public Meeting under the Planning Act, targeted for the second quarter of 2018.

Etobicoke York Community Council consideration on April 4, 2017
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Preliminary Report – 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road- Zoning By-law Amendment Application
Origin
(March 17, 2017) Report from the Director, Community Planning, Etobicoke York District
Recommendations
The City Planning Division recommends that:

1. Staff be directed to schedule a community consultation meeting for the lands at 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road together with the Ward Councillor.

2. Notice for the community consultation meeting be given to landowners and residents within 120 metres of the site.

3. Notice for the public meeting under the Planning Act be given according to the regulations of the Planning Act.

4. Staff be directed to undertake an area-based character study for the Apartment Neighbourhoods designated lands located north of Bloor Street West, west of Keele Street, south of Glenlake Avenue and east of Gothic Avenue. This study is anticipated to result in a Site and Area Specific Policy (SASP) that will identify existing area characteristics, and provide guidance on appropriate infill opportunities and constraints. The study is not to include any lands fronting on Bloor Street West or any lands included in the Bloor West Village Avenue study, which is currently underway.

5. Staff be directed to report to Etobicoke York Community Council on the findings of the area-based character study and anticipated SASP no later than the second quarter of 2018, but prior to, or concurrent with, any Recommendation Report on any site-specific applications associated with individual development proposals in the study area.
Summary
This application proposes an infill development of purpose built rental dwelling units comprised of two blocks of 3 storey townhouses, one 33 storey apartment building with a 3 storey base and another apartment building of 29 storeys with an 8 storey base on the lands municipally known as 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road.

The lands are currently developed with three rental apartment buildings ranging in height from 12 storeys to 23 storeys. The proposal would add 768 new rental units to the existing 750 rental units for a total of 1,518 dwelling units. The proposed development would maintain all existing on-site rental dwelling units. The proposal also includes 450 m2 of retail floor space, which would result in a total floor area of approximately 113,100 m2.

To accommodate the full build out, a total of 1,022 vehicle parking spaces, 1,028 bicycle parking spaces and 4 loading facilities are proposed, with approximately 1,900 m2 of indoor and 3,235 m2 of outdoor amenity space proposed.

A new 2 storey amenity pavilion would accommodate some of the indoor amenity space and programs.

This report provides preliminary information on the above-noted applications and seeks Community Council’s directions on further processing of the applications and on the community consultation process as well as recommendations to direct staff to conduct an area-based character study.

A community consultation meeting is recommended to be held in late April or early May, in consultation with the Ward Councillor, with a Final Report and related Public Meeting under the Planning Act, targeted for the second quarter of 2018.

This target assumes the findings of the area-based character study have been concluded as outlined in Recommendations 4 and 5 below, and that the applicant provides all required information in a timely manner.
Financial Impact
The recommendations in this report have no financial impact.
Background Information
(March 17, 2017) Report from the Director, Community Planning, Etobicoke York District regarding a Zoning By-law Amendment Application Preliminary Report – 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road
(http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2017/ey/bgrd/backgroundfile-102032.pdf

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