Richmond Hill Council Public Meeting Tuesday May 2 at 7:30pm
There are two items coming forward that are situated in Ward 1. Additional details further below.
A Zoning By-law Amendment application for a high density mixed use development that includes three 10 storey and three 11 storey residential buildings at 1200/1380 Stouffville Road (Islamic Centre property).
A Zoning By-law Amendment application for 60 King Road (Greek Market) to recognize and permit the existing commercial, office and residential uses within the four existing buildings
Agenda Items include:
3.4 SRPI.23.050 - Request for Comments - Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Islamic Society of Regional Municipality of York - 1200 and 1380 Stouffville Road
Request for comments regarding a Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit a high density mixed use development comprised of:
three 11 storey residential buildings,
three 10 storey residential buildings,
one four storey mixed use building to contain residential and commercial uses
a two storey institutional building which is to contain a private school and place of worship,
a total of approximately 960 dwelling units and 1,055 parking spaces.
Tune into the meeting the watch the Planner's presentation
3.3 SRPI.23.040 - Request for Comments - Zoning By-law Amendment Application - Greek Market Corner Ltd. - 60 King Road
A request for comments for a proposed Zoning By-law Amendment application to recognize and permit the existing commercial, office and residential uses within the existing buildings.
3.2 SRPI-23-049 - Request for Comments - Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment Applications - Hall Street Development Corporation - 107 Hall Street
A request for comments concerning proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Bylaw Amendment applications to permit a high density residential development
In 2015 the previous applicant proposed a medium density residential development with 22 townhouses however the requisite Site Plan Agreement was not executed.
In Feb 2023 the current owner submitted Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment applications.
The proposed development is to be comprised of two apartment buildings, 10 and 14 storeys in height connected by an 8 storey podium. The existing heritage designated dwelling (the Dr. Langstaff House)is proposed to be retained and relocated to the front of the property.
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