Update on 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road, and 35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue,

December 20/19

The minutes to the December 17/18, 2019 City Council meeting are now public. The released Confidential Information is available at:

http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewPublishedReport.do?function=getCouncilMinutesReport&meetingId=15359

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“CC13.3 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road – Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Request for Direction”

” CC13.10 35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue – Request for Direction Regarding Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Hearing”

for details on each item.

December 18/19

As City Council has adopted the recommendations of the City Solicitor for both

111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road, and

35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue,

settlement offers have been accepted by the city on both development applications.

Parties to the LPAT appeal will be contacted through appropriate avenues.

As public information becomes available, Councillor Perks Office will share through email and post at gordperks.ca

December 13/19

Please find below the latest updated on the Minto (111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road) and Great West Life (35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue) development applications. As both of these development files are in litigation, information that can be shared publicly is limited.

If any information becomes available, it will be posted at gordperks.ca and emailed out to our mailing list.

Update on 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road

The development application – 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road – is on the December 17/18, 2019 City Council Agenda.

You can view the agenda item “CC13.3 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road – Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Request for Direction” at: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2019.CC13.3

At this time, City Council will be asked to adopt confidential instructions by the City Solicitor and release specific confidential information about the application.

Background:

This application proposes to develop purpose-built rental dwelling units in two blocks of townhouses and two apartment buildings. The proposed townhouse blocks include 3 storey townhouses. One apartment building has a proposed tower height of 33 storeys including a 3 storey base and the other apartment building has a proposed tower height of 29 storeys including an 8 storey base (“Development”) on the lands municipally known as 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue and 66 Oakmount Road (“Subject Lands”).

The lands are currently developed with three rental apartment buildings ranging in height from 12 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 square metres of retail floor space, which would result in a total floor area of approximately 113,100 square metres.

The owner appealed the Zoning By-law Amendment application to the Ontario Municipal Board (“OMB”) (now the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (“LPAT”)) citing City Council’s failure to make a decision within the prescribed time frames set out in the Planning Act.

Update on 35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue

The development application – 35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue – is on the December 17/18, 2019 City Council Agenda.

You can view the agenda item: ” CC13.10 35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue – Request for Direction Regarding Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Hearing” at: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2019.CC13.10

At this time, City Council will be asked to adopt confidential recommendations by the City Solicitor and release specific confidential information about the application.

Background:

On December 28, 2016, the City received an application to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law for 35, 41-63, 65 and 95 High Park Avenue and 66 and 102-116 Pacific Avenue to facilitate an infill development for these properties (the “Original Application”).

The applicant appealed City Council’s neglect or failure to make a decision on its application for Zoning By-law Amendment (the “Appeal”) to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (the “LPAT”) on August 29, 2017.

The applicant revised the Original Application on September 19, 2019 (the “Revised Proposal”). The applicant further revised its proposal on December 4, 2019 (the “Further Revised Proposal”).

The purpose of this report is to request further instructions for the LPAT hearing that is scheduled to commence January 27, 2020. The City Solicitor requires direction on this matter in litigation.