From: Councillor_Perks@toronto.ca: “The Preliminary Staff Report responding to the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Amendment Application of 57 and 65 Brock Avenue will be reviewed at Toronto and East York Community Council on Tuesday, November 15, 2016.
The application proposes to construct a seven-storey building containing 106 residential units. Seventy-three parking spaces will be provided in an above-grade parking structure located at the eastern limit of the property abutting the rail corridor.
This Staff Report provides preliminary information on the above-noted applications, and seeks Community Council’s directions on further processing of the applications, and on the community consultation process. The full Staff Report is available at:
The Staff Report recommends a community consultation meeting. The meeting will be scheduled in the near future. City Planning staff will notify neighbouring residents. My office will be providing general notice throughout Ward 14. If you wish to be added to the email list for this application, please send an email to my office at firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject line 57 Brock Avenue email list.
Note: the applicant has filed an appeal with the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). No hearing dates have yet to be set. We will share information on the OMB process as it is received.”
Brock Ave, in downtown Historic Parkdale’s is facing development plans. The first number is often the picture number and the street address follows.
Brock-Av-40 no 58 Brock Ave.
Brock Av (44) no 62 Brock Ave. 1891 or earlier Donald Campbell, Brockton Road Tor New and Old pub 1891
Brock Av (44) no 62 Brock as it looks today, earning it's keep as an apartment building.
Brock Av (66) no 57 and 65 in 2015
Brock Av (66) no 57 Brock Ave Arch Drawing 2016. The planned development is at odds with the continuous Victorian Architecture of the area. The glass and steel attacks the Heritage Landscape! Look under Buildings tab for more Information about 57 and 65 Brock Ave.
Brock Av (66) no 57 Brock Ave Profile. Look how high it is.
Brock Av (67) 55
Brock Av (72) 47
Brock Av (73) 47 Brock Ave an outstanding piece of history.
Brock Av (75)
Earnbridge St (8) Both 9 and 11 Earnbridge Street back onto the proposed 7 story development at 57 Brock Ave. Picture a glass and steel tower extending 30 degrees above this graceful Victorian roof.
Earnbridge St (22)
Earnbridge St (29)
1896 10 07 c1
Noble St (9) 11 Noble St
Noble St (10) 11 Noble St Proposal for 14 Stories of Glass and Steel overshadowing our Historic Queen St Village
Noble St (16) First Nations cross the cultural gap to visit the settler city.