$876.6 million in Toronto building permits issued in May

2525 Bathurst
Rendering of 2525 Bathurst (IBI Group)

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Toronto issued $876,604,734 of building permits in May.

Two of the four largest permits, valued at $60 million or more each, were for separate apartment buildings on St. Clair Ave. W.

Here are the top four permits, listed in order of recorded value.

$68,000,000 – 2306 St. Clair Ave. W.

stockyards district condos
Stockyards District Condos rendering

Stockyards District Residences will be a 10-storey mixed-use condominium building developed by Marlin Spring Developments and designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects.

There will be 242 units in the 116 ft. tall structure.

$65,000,000 – 101 St. Clair Ave. W.

The address of 101 St. Clair Ave. W. matches an already existing condo at that site.

However, Urban Toronto reports that Slate Asset Management had submitted a Zoning By-Law Amendment application in 2021 for a 49-storey tower at 1 St. Clair Ave. W. at the southwest corner of Yonge St.

The planned tower would be built on a 12-storey base, with a two level underground garage and have a total Gross Floor Area of 34,998 sq. m. Buildings at 11 and 13 St. Clair Ave. are to be demolished to expand the 12-storey Padulo Building, built in 1968.

$63,583,208 – 3050 Lawrence Ave. E.

The permit calls for “interior alterations” at the Scarborough Health Network – General Site.

A recent provincial news release says “the government is investing over $20 million in renovations at Scarborough General Hospital that will expand diagnostic imaging services and modernize one of the operating rooms to meet the community’s growing needs.”

$60,000,000 – 2525 Bathurst St.

This is a 13-storey rental development designed by the IBI Group.

Linked here are the complete list of building permits issued and building permit applications for Toronto in May.


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