City Planning are hosting a public meeting regarding the application for an 8-storey building at 2115-2117 Bloor Street West. If you have any concerns with this development, it is important you attend this meeting and register them with the city. You can also email the Senior Planner responsible for this file: Philip Carvalino (firstname.lastname@example.org). This is the only public meeting planned now that the application has been submitted and a preliminary report delivered.
2115 Bloor Meeting Details
Date: June 18, 2015
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Place: Swansea Town Hall (map)
Use this meeting to learn more about the application, ask questions and share your comments. You can read the preliminary report here and access the application on the 2115 Bloor property page.
On February 27, 2015 Main and Main submitted an application for an 8 storey condo at 2115 Bloor Street West. We are in contact with the developers for their application, which we expect to post shortly.
Proposed amendments to the City’s zoning bylaws to permit the development of an 8-storey, 5 643 m2 mixed use building. Non-residential uses including office and retail are proposed to occupy the ground floor and second floor totaling 1747 m2 of gross floor area. Residential uses are proposed on floors 3 through 8 totaling 3 896 m2 (43 residential units)
Councillor Doucette committed at the 2265 Community Meeting to organizing a meeting to update and inform residents about local developments, and the Heritage nomination put forward. Here is her invitation:
I hope you will join me and City Planning staff at my Bloor Street West Planning Meeting later this month. I have invited staff to come and discuss the planning context of Bloor and tools the City and community can use to help direct growth while preserving what we love about Bloor St West.
Please bring your ideas and questions and join me: Date: Tuesday, March 24 Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Location: Humberside CI (280 Quebec Avenue)
The following recent announcements are relevant to the meeting:
This is a meeting that our local councillor, Sarah Doucette, encourages developers to hold before submitting their application to the city. While the developers of 2265 Bloor Street West refused, it is helpful that Main and Main Developments will invest the time to share what is being proposed. This gives residents a preview of what is planned and the opportunity to provide some early input. Since the application isn’t submitted, city staff in attendance can only answer general questions. The proponent will answer questions about the proposal.
This is consistent with our expectation that developers will focus on Bloor West Village and create a Canyon of Condos.
Here is the proposed location. It is across the street from the proposed condo at 2114 Bloor Street West in the empty lot. Based on 19 Harcroft Road being in the project address, it is likely the developers intend on removing the house adjacent to the empty lot, potentially similar to the approach at 2265 Bloor Street West where a neighbourhood house is removed to make room for larger buildings that still technically meet the maximum criteria in the mid-rise guidelines. Attend the meeting to find out.
This brings the total number of proposed or approved developments in Bloor West Village to four: