The LPOA is very concerned about this proposal and we urge you to read our letter to the City and to attend the community consultation meeting.
Details are as follows:
Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Place: Leaside Memorial Community Gardens – The William Lea Room
1073 Millwood Road
On April 16, 2015 an application was submitted to amend the Zoning By-law to permit a mixed-use development with residential, office, and commercial uses. This rezoning application was filed in conjunction with an application previously submitted on January 16, 2013 to amend the City of Toronto Official Plan Employment Areas designation.
The development proposes 1,500 residential units, 2,950 m2 of retail space, 9,690 m2 of office space, 1,639 parking spaces in 4 levels of underground parking, a 0.22 ha public park and a new 16.5 metre wide public road. The proposal is comprised of two development parcels separated by the new public road. The north parcel is proposed to be developed with two residential towers with heights of 19 and 24 storeys connected by an 8 storey mixed-use midrise building along the Eglinton Avenue East frontage. The south end of the north parcel is proposed to be developed with two residential towers with heights of 31 and 34 storeys connected by an 8 storey midrise building along the north side of the proposed new public road. The south parcel is proposed to be developed with a 6 storey office building at the northwest corner of Brentcliffe Road and Vanderhoof Avenue and a new public park to the west.
To speak to the planner directly, contact John Andreevski, at 416-395-7097 or via email. You may mail your comments to the planner at North York District, 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario, M2N 5V7.
You may also contact Councillor Jon Burnside, Ward 26, at 416-392-0215 or via the contact form on this website.
Notice to correspondents: Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.
Our public meeting locations are wheelchair/mobility device accessible. Other reasonable accommodation or assistive services for persons with disabilities may be provided with adequate notice. Please contact John Andreevski, at 416-395-7097, or via email with your request. The City of Toronto is committed to taking the necessary steps to insure compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.
More information, including architectural drawings and City staff preliminary reports are available on the City of Toronto website.