Ontario Construction News staff writer
NYX Capital has submitted a zoning bylaw amendment to the City of Toronto for a 9 to 12 storey mixed-use building at 3180-3202 Yonge St.
Toronto Storeys reports that the site at the southwest corner of the intersection of Yonge Street and Woburn Avenue currently contain 12 separate parcels each occupied by a two-storey mixed-use building with commercial space on the ground floors and a mix of office and residential uses on the upper floors.
Richard Wengle Architect Inc. designed the new building with 109 units on floors two through 12, with ground floor commercial space. The overall structure will have a gross floor area of 12,554.3 sq. m., DataBid.com reports.
Entrance to the residential entrance and lobby would be off of Yonge Street. The ground floor is shared by a concierge area.
The developer proposes the residential units will include 15 one-bedroom plus den, 38 two-bedroom, 44 two-bedroom with den, and 12 three-bedroom suites. An outdoor common amenity space with an indoor amenity area is proposed for the tenth floor. Private terraces are also proposed for the second floor and up.
DataBid.com cites an article in Livabl Market News that says the tallest part of the structure would front onto the southern portion of the property, stepping down in height from the south to the north.
A two-level underground parking garage will have 91 parking spots and would be accessible by a rear laneway. Eighty-three long and short term bicycle parking spaces are also planned.