Neighbours get to sound off at Monday meeting on 50-storey condo proposal for 308 Jarvis Street

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308 Jarvis Street proposed condo site

February 22 2012: The City posted this sign on a proposed Jarvis Street condo tower site across from Allan Gardens only one week before a meeting scheduled to gather public feedback about the redevelopment plan

 

308 Jarvis Street proposed condo tower site plan

Site plan shows stepbacks for the proposed condo complex

 

Late notice: It took long enough, but earlier this week the City finally posted a development proposal notice on the 308 Jarvis Street site where a developer wants to incorporate part of a heritage building into a condo complex featuring a 50-floor tower, a 9-storey podium and townhouses with three levels.

Duration Investments Ltd. proposed the condo tower plan in a development application filed with the City on January 23, and a city planner told me that a community consultation meeting has been scheduled for the evening of February 27 to give the public an opportunity to comment on the project. He added that notices were going to be sent out to advise nearby residents about the feedback session. That was two weeks ago. However, a sign advising of the development plan was not posted on the property until last Monday — just one week before the community meeting — and people living nearby have told me they have not received any notices from the City about the upcoming public meeting. Some were not even aware that a condo tower is in the works for the site, currently being operated as a pay parking lot.

 

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3 thoughts on “Neighbours get to sound off at Monday meeting on 50-storey condo proposal for 308 Jarvis Street

    1. TOblogeditor Post author

      I couldn’t find contact info, but it’s likely they will have a representative at tonight’s community consultation.

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  1. Chip

    Any word on what happened at the meeting? I think this is a wonderful proposal and excellent location. Any shadow would be late in the day and then only the northern portion of Allan Gardens. It’s a big park, people. This should reinvgorate the neighbourhood.

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