Rendering: Daniel Johnson Architect Inc

Location: 4700 Bathurst Street, Toronto
Developer: Summit View Homes
Architect: Daniel Johnson Architect Inc

In North York’s Branson community, a new mid-rise development could replace a two-storey building south of Finch Avenue West and Bathurst Street.

This month, a zoning bylaw amendment application was submitted to city planners to construct a nine-storey condominium building at 4700 Bathurst Street. The developer, Summit View Homes, has previously worked on a number of single-family and townhome projects throughout Mississauga.

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The development site in question sits on the west side of Bathurst Street, across from Ellerslie Avenue, covering an area of 37,619 square feet. A two-storey building exists on the site, currently in use by the National Council of Jewish Women of Canada.

The building would be demolished to make way for the new condominium complex, which would cover a total gross floor area of 112,659 square feet.

One hundred forty-two residential units would be built, broken down into four bachelor, 101 one-bedroom, 16 two-bedroom, 20 three-bedroom maisonette and one four-bedroom maisonette suite.

On the ground floor, amenity space, a lobby area and residential uses would be included, with access to the two-storey maisonettes and one-bedroom units provided at the front and back of the building.

Approximately 6,524 square feet is dedicated to indoor and outdoor amenity spaces on the first and second floors.

A two-level underground parking garage houses 157 vehicle spaces for guest and resident use, with access provided off of Bathurst Street.

In the neighbourhood, registration is open for Ancona Park Urban Towns and Harrington Residences.

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