A total of 71 new buildings would be constructed, in addition to the site's existing heritage-listed building. While the majority of the buildings would be townhouses, the remainder would be split between residential, office, and institutional structures. The highest densities and tallest buildings would be placed adjacent to the future LRT station at the intersection of Don Mills and Eglinton, with the community centre a block to the north. Moving west, low-rise residential townhouses dominating the central part of the site.
The proposal includes 9 towers, ranging from 15 to 44 storeys in height, and mostly clustered near Don Mills. Retail would occupy the first podium levels of the residential towers, while the 3 office buildings—8, 8, and 9 storeys tall— would also feature commercial use at-grade. Finally, the townhouses would be no taller than 4 storeys.
The updated proposal calls for 3,887 residential units; split in a wide range of housing options including mid to high-rise towers and townhouses. Additionally, as per an agreement with the City, an area of land would be dedicated to the provision of affordable housing units.
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