If a proposal to get a mid-rise condo building at the intersection of Close Avenue and Queen Street West is approved, Modifications could be coming to Toronto's Parkdale neighborhood.
The Zoning By-law Amendment program for the job submitted in March to the City and, if approved, the building will stand 8-stories and include a mixture of a retail and residential area. Skale Developments is now developing the project, together with Giannone Petricone Associate on board as the Designer. The proposition made after receiving comments throughout the meeting.
Submitted to City of Toronto:
Proposed to rise in 1375 Queen Street West, the project could add to a neighborhood that's now experiencing a small growth push, using quite a few other towers under construction including 57 Brock Condos and XO Condos.
The submitted plans reveal the project will incorporate a mid-rise tower, which will be built atop a foundation a nod to other heritage buildings in the neighborhood. The building will house 46 units and will comprise five 3-bedrooms, seven 2-bedrooms, and 34 1-bedrooms. As for size, the 1-bedrooms will range from 450-600 sq.ft; the 2-bedrooms will be 650-860 sq.ft, as well as the 3-bedrooms will be 900-1100 sq.ft. There a total of 448 m² of retail space suggested that could be located at ground level along Queen street.
Rendering filed to the City of Toronto:
While there is no parking suggested, a level is to house a mixture of additional space, mechanical, and amenity to the retail located in street-level above.
But, there is parking proposed for the rear of the building, which would comprise space for an electrical vehicle car-share along with 50 long-term motorcycle parking spaces backing on a laneway in the south end of the project website.