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near Bloor St W & Spadina Ave

This proposal is for a 4-storey residential building, that will be rental in tenure, located at 409 Huron Street.  Currently, this address is home to 40 rental units that will be incorporated into the new design, featuring studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units for a total of 86 units.  The design will incorporate the existing heritage home to create an architecturally sensitive blend of old and new.



The design of the proposed building supports the City’s heritage goals and will provide a juxtaposition of old and new. The aesthetic will create a

visually engaging streetscape, supporting an enhanced public realm on Huron Street.


Providing a new residential building for the area in a unique built form as well as continuing and improving the current buildings contribution of rental housing units in the neighbourhood.


This site is located within walking distance to two major subway lines as well as being served by the recently implemented Bloor Street bike lanes. It is also situated in the incredibly pedestrian-friendly University of Toronto St. George Downtown Campus. This location allows for ease of access and supports alternative modes of transportation for potential residents.


As of Friday, May 10, 2019, an application for the redevelopment of 409 Huron Street was submitted to the City of Toronto. We have also had discussions with the Ward Councillor and local residents’ association regarding the proposal, and will continue these discussions throughout the planning applications process. We look forward to engaging with current tenants and other interested members of the public about our site on Huron Street. If you have a question or comment please feel free to fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.


As we move forward with our planning application submission, we will provide all materials submitted to the City as a part of this application. We will also provide materials presented at community consultations.

Application for Zoning By-law Amendment
  1. Architectural Plans

  2. Computer-Generated Building Mass Model

  3. Cover Letter

  4. Development Form

  5. Draft Zoning by-law Amendment

  6. Energy Efficiency Report

  7. Fee Schedule

  8. Function Servicing and Stormwater Management Report

  9. Geotechnical Study

  10. Heritage Impact Assessment

  11. Hydro-geological Review

  12. Landscape Plan

  13. Planning Rationale

  14. Project Data Sheet

  15. Public Consultation Report

  16. Public Utilities Plan

  17. Rental Demolition Form

  18. Rental Housing Screening Form

  19. Site Grading Plan

  20. Site Servicing Plan

  21. Survey

  22. Toronto Green Checklist

  23. Toronto Green Statistic

  24. Toronto Green Statistic – Bird Friendly Design

  25. Traffic Impact, Parking, and Loading Study

  26. Tree Preservation Plan

  27. Tree Preservation Report

  • What are you planning for the site?
    This proposal intends to build upon the existing residential use on site while preserving the heritage features of the existing building. The proposed new building would replace the existing rental stock as well as introduce condominiums in an unique form.
  • Will there be student housing?
    We anticipate that our proposed new units will appeal to a wide variety of tenants and home owners, these could include graduate students from the University of Toronto or empty nesters of the Huron Sussex neighbourhood.
  • What will happen to the original house on the property?
    The original house will be incorporated into the design of the new building to create an architecturally sensitive blend of old and new.
  • Where will the surface parking go?
    The surface parking lot to the immediate north of the current structure will become a part of the new building’s footprint. Vehicle parking will be accommodated below grade along with various bicycle parking spots.
  • I currently live on the site, will I be able to return to the new building once it is complete?"
    The City of Toronto has rental replacement policies for existing tenants, follow this link to learn more
  • What is the timing for this project?
    The process for development applications is not set in stone and is subject to approval by City Council. Currently, our plan is to submit our application for review in March 2019.
  • How can I get involved?
    Scroll down to ask a question or provide your feedback on this proposal. We will also be updating this page with upcoming events for members of the public to get involved and provide feedback.



Have a question? Comment? We’d love to hear from you.

Please feel free to reach out to us and a member of our team will get back to you.

Huron Street Redevelopment

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