Public meeting planned for proposed eight-story apartment building on Dunlop Street West

The proposal calls for a mix of one- and two-bedroom units, ranging from 559 to 1,076 square feet, two ground floor commercial units, 103 parking spaces, individual balconies, and common amenity areas.

A public meeting is scheduled for Monday before general committee to review an application for the construction of an eight-story apartment building with 96 rental units on Dunlop Street West, between Boys and Frances streets.
The proposal calls for a mix of one- and two-bedroom units, ranging from 559 to 1,076 square feet, two ground floor commercial units, 103 parking spaces, individual balconies, and common amenity areas. An application for amendments to the Official Plan and the zoning bylaw to permit the development has been made by Innovative Planning Solutions on behalf of MDM Developments.
In total, the land is 1.78 acres in size, and is currently designated ‘Residential’ and ‘Environmental Protection’ in the City’s Official Plan, zoned ‘Multi-Residential Second Density Special Provision’ and ‘Multi-Residential Second Density Special Provision.’
The owner has applied to amend the Official Plan to permit a density in excess of 150 units per hectare outside of the Urban Growth Centre (UGC), and to amend the current zoning of the property to ‘Residential Apartment Dwelling First Density-3 Special’ (RA1-3)(SP)’ to permit the development.
To see a presentation of the proposal, click here.

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