A district plan for the Allen District, located within the Downsview Area Secondary Plan area, has been submitted to the City. The Allen District is to develop as a mixed-use district with non-residential development near Downsview Subway Station and residential development to the south.
Laird in Focus will develop a planning framework to guide future development for the Laird Focus Area that also includes the Mixed Use Areas along the west side of Laird Drive. The intent of the study is to refine and build upon the existing and recent planning initiatives undertaken in the area and develop a vision and planning framework for a complete community which supports both the Mixed Use Areas and Employment Areas designations within the study area.
The Yonge-Eglinton Planning Portal has information related to development applications in the area, recent and ongoing planning studies and key facts about the Yonge-Eglinton area in Midtown Toronto.
ConsumersNext is a City of Toronto project that will look for ways to enhance the Consumers Road Business Park and areas around the Sheppard and Victoria Park intersection. ConsumersNext will focus on six building blocks to address and the growing opportunity for Mixed Use development, including residential construction, and the area's city-wide role as an important location for employment.
Keele Finch Plus is a Planning Study about planning for the future of the area and how to best leverage investment in rapid transit (subway and LRT) for the benefit of the community and city.
The purpose of this study is to assess the compatibility of established employment uses with the array of use permissions that exist through the current in-force zoning by-law and with the adjacent residential area.
Don Mills Crossing will examine ways to focus and shape anticipated growth around the intersection of Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East, anchored by transit infrastructure being constructed as part of the Crosstown LRT.
The purpose of the Dufferin/Wilson Regeneration Study is to assess the conversion of employment lands through the re-designation of lands to non-employment uses and/or the introduction of residential uses.
Rezoning, Site Plan Control and Plan of Subdivision applications have been submitted to the City to permit the redevelopment of the Bathurst Manor Plaza at 221-245 Wilmington Avenue, north of Overbrook Place.
The City has received an Official Plan Amendment 3636 Bathurst Street Rezoning Application to permit the construction of a new 19 storey apartment building, as well as nine and ten storey additions to the existing 19 storey apartment building.
The City is conducting a study of Bayview Avenue between Highway 401 and Lawrence Avenue East to determine an appropriate development framework for the lots abutting Bayview Avenue.
An application was submitted to amend both the former City of North York Zoning By-law No. 7625 and the former City of York Zoning By-law 1-83 to permit the development of 136 stacked back-to-back townhouse units and 4 commercial units with underground parking.
An Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application has been submitted for a 6-storey residential building containing 114 residential units. A total of 120 car parking spaces are provided in 3 levels of below grade parking.
The City of Toronto has completed its review of the Downsview Area Secondary Plan to ensure that the planning policies for this area are current and appropriate to guide future development with a specific focus on the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension in developing and evaluating options for an updated Secondary Plan.
The City of Toronto has initiated an Avenue Study to examine mixed land use and built form potential along Dufferin Street, between Highway 401 to just south of Lawrence Avenue West.
An Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application has been submitted for a 12-storey mixed use building containing 150 residential units at 491 Glencairn Avenue and 278, 280, 282 Strathallan Wood.
The application proposes to amend the Zoning By-law to allow for a 24-storey (72.18 metres) residential building on the site.
This application proposes to amend the former City of North York Zoning By-law No. 7625 for the lands at 3100 Keele Street. The application proposes to permit a 19-storey mixed used building and three four-storey stacked townhouse blocks with 422 total residential units and 380 square metres of grade related commercial space.
An application was submitted to amend the Zoning By-law to permit a phased development with an eight-storey rental retirement building (Phase 1) with 175 units and a seven-storey condominium for seniors (Phase 2) with 109 units at 146-150 Laird Drive.
The City initiated planning study to develop a revitalization plan for the Lawrence-Allen area is complete and has resulted in a Secondary Plan and other supporting documents.
The City has received an Official Plan Amendment and Rezoning Application for 50-52 Neptune Drive Rezoning Application to permit a 14-storey (43.8 metres) residential building fronting Neptune Drive.
The City has initiated a study is to assess the conversion of employment lands through the redesignation of lands to non-employment uses and/or the introduction of residential uses.
The City has received a rezoning application to amend the site specific zoning that applies to the site to permit two towers.
The City has initiated a planning study to develop a vision for the future of the Yonge Street corridor between Finch Avenue and Steeles Avenue in response to existing and anticipated development pressures in the area.
The City of Toronto Planning Division is undertaking a study to consider development proposals, potential development sites and existing development within the block formed by Yonge Street, Orchard View Boulevard, Duplex Avenue and Helendale Avenue and determine the appropriateness of creating an area specific policy for the block through this study.
An application has been submitted to amend the Zoning By-law to permit the construction of a 28-storey mixed-use building contain 234 dwelling units and non-residential uses at grade.
The City has received a rezoning application to amend the zoning by-law to permit an 10 storey residential building with 117 condominium units and 28 rental replacement units and a single retail unit. In addition to the zoning by-law amendment application is a rental housing demolition proposal to demolish three rental residential buildings.
The City has completed its review of the York University Secondary Plan. City Council approved the updated Secondary Plan and associated amendments on December 4, 2009.
An application was submitted to amend the former Town of Leaside Zoning By-law No. 1916 to permit a 19-storey (66 metre) and a 13-storey (50 metre) apartment building on top of a predominantly 8-storey (27.5 metre) base building, with retail at grade (2,316 m2).
Applications to amend the City's Official Plan and Zoning By-law have been submitted to permit two 4-storey stacked townhouse blocks comprised of 80 residential units with a residential gross floor area of 8,604 square metres.
This application proposes to amend the Official Plan and zoning by-laws at 49-51 Lawrence Ave East and 84 Weybourne Crescent to permit a four-storey stacked townhouse development. A total of twenty-two residential units are proposed in two blocks. The total gross floor area of the proposal is 3,640 square metres and twenty-two parking spaces are proposed in a shared garage.
The City received applications to rezone and subdivide approximately 2.07 hectares of land on the east side of Leslie Street, north of Eglinton Avenue East, for the purposes of a mix-use development. The proposal consists of four residential buildings with heights of 28, 29, 34 and 39 storeys containing 1,380 residential units and a total of 943 square metres of at-grade commercial uses. Also proposed are 2 blocks of 3-storey back to back townhouses containing 20 units.
This application proposes to amend the former Town of Leaside Zoning By-law No. 1916 to permit a mixed use development with residential, office, and commercial uses. This rezoning application is being filed in conjunction with an application previously submitted to amend the City of Toronto Official Plan Employment Areas designation.
Applications to amend the Zoning By-law have been submitted to permit two 3-storey stacked townhouse blocks comprised of 93 residential units with a residential gross floor area of 8,473 square metres.
The purpose of the study is to review the permitted land uses, density and development standards along the Sheppard Avenue West segment of the Sheppard Avenue Commercial Area Secondary Plan (SACASP).
Applications have been submitted to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law to permit an 8 storey residential building containing 98 dwelling units and, 97 parking spaces in two levels of underground parking at 3 and 5 Southvale Drive.