26-Storey Mixed-Use Structure Recommended to Surge on Bathurst
Proposed is a total of 197 car parking spaces, which would be housed in three underground levels and a little surface parking area at the back of the structure.
Packing areas, trash storage, the underground ramp, and other practical elements of the building will be located at the rear of the structure, enclosed within the structure massing and evaluated from the general public realm.The post 26-Storey Mixed-Use Building Proposed to Rise on Bathurst appeared initially on Toronto Storeys.
The Northwood Heights neighbourhood in North York might see the addition of 263 residence units if an application to construct a mixed-use structure of 26-storeys is authorized by City planners.
The proposed site, which lies at 4926 Bathurst Street, is currently occupied by a single-storey gasoline station building and an associated café and convenience store.
If the development gets the thumbs-up, the proposed building would have an overall gross floor location (GFA) of 21,205 square metres and would include approximately 900 square metres of street-related retail area, along with roughly 20,305 square metres of residential gross flooring location.
The structure, which was created by IBI Group, would house 263 house systems in a mix of three studios, 106 one-bedrooms, 127 two-bedrooms, 27 three-bedrooms. READ: Hariri Pontarini Chosen to Design Contemporary Art Gallery for York University
The residential part would be positioned on top of a five-storey podium that is planned to improve the pedestrian world along both street frontages surrounding the structure. The structure would also have entrances to the retail areas on Finch Avenue, Bathurst Street, and at the corner, while the property lobby would be tucked into the southeast corner of the building.
The proposed development would also have a total of 1,056 square metres of amenity area, of which 528 will be indoor facility space, while the rest would lie outside.
The proposal requires extra space at grade for pedestrians and street-related style elements and landscaping, with the public world being expanded at the intersection to provide a metropolitan landscape feature to “promote social interaction and produce prominence and a distinct local color.”