Feb. 15: Join consultation on Pape-Danforth development
Online community discussion of plan to build 49-storey tower
The city is holding a virtual community consultation meeting to hear about the plans and get local feedback for a development at Pape and Danforth avenues.
City Planning has received an application for a zoning bylaw amendment for 654–668 Danforth Avenue and 717–723 Pape Avenue. The proposal is for a 49-storey tower including a five-storey commercial podium.
Currently on the proposed site is the three-storey building featuring A&W on the corner, a four-storey office building wrapped around on both Pape and Danforth, and several smaller businesses. It’s next to Pape Station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line, which is also planned as an interchange on the future Ontario Line.
The proposal includes 496 residential units, 29,756 square metres (320,291 square feet) of residential gross floor area, and 4,743 square metres (51,053 square feet) of non-residential gross floor area.
The meeting is to be held online on Feb. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m.
To join online by Webex, visit www.toronto.ca/CPconsultations for the registration link and instructions on how to join. You are encouraged to join the meeting early to allow time to log on.
You can also join by phone. Dial 416-915-6530 and enter the meeting ID: 2460 597 2891. The passcode is 654 326 37. If joining by phone, press *3 to raise or lower your hand.
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