A developer, 2720 Dundas Junction Inc., has put in an application for rezoning. The application is for a 12-storey mixed-use building with 15,035 square metres of floor area, containing 173 residential units. A below grade parking lot is to contain 93 parking spaces with additional bicycle parking on the ground floor.
While the Councillor encourages holding a pre-application meeting, the developer has submitted its application without holding one. Planning staff will be drafting a Preliminary Report on this application to be released in the coming months. As this project moves forward there will be a community meeting held by Councillor Perks and Planning staff. The date for that meeting will be shared as it becomes available.
More information on the 2720 Dundas St W application can be found on the Toronto Development Application website here.
Toronto City Council has passed By-law No. 716-2017, designating 421 Roncesvalles Avenue as a site of heritage or cultural value/interest. This designation came into effect as of August 23, 2017. Located at the south east corner of Roncesvalles and Howard Park, the building was originally constructed as a branch of the Dominion Bank by Toronto’s great architect and urban designer John Lyle in 1914.
Furthermore, the owner, Propellor Developments Inc, has submitted an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board. The nature of the appeal is based on a non-decision from City Council within a 120-day period of the applications submission. There is no set hearing date, however, you can track the case on the OMB website here.
We will provide you with further information as it becomes available to us.