Urbanization TO - Densification

Jun. 11, 2019

The new building would include a restaurant and 14 two-bedroom units — with most floors containing two units, one at each end, according to the application submitted at the end of May. The building would have no vehicle parking spaces, but would include two short-term and 13 long-term bicycle parking spaces.

It would also include a multi-level restaurant space, two rooftop terraces and a shared outdoor amenity space, said Holly Saplamaeff, an associate at Sweeny & Co Architects, which submitted the revised application on behalf of Tawse Realco Inc.

“(It’s) an exciting opportunity to activate a sliver of land that is sandwiched between two large residential towers on either side,” Saplamaeff said.

Rendering - Sweeny & Co Architects - thestar.com

Jun. 11, 2019

Sweeny & Co Architects - thestar.com

Jun. 11, 2019

Sweeny & Co Architects - thestar.com

Jun. 11, 2019

Sweeny & Co Architects - thestar.com

Jun. 11, 2019
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By Sherina Harris - Staff Reporter
Emma Sandri - Staff Reporter

Tues., June 11, 2019