A unique and bold mixed‑use, transit‑oriented development at Yonge and York Mills
Located between the natural and built environments, 4050 Yonge offers an opportunity for a unique and bold mixed-use, transit-oriented development at Yonge and York Mills. The proposed development will introduce a new kind of life to the Yonge and York Mills area through the introduction of residential, hotel, retail, restaurant and office uses. This thoughtful development appreciates and complements the easy access to public transit, the nearby commercial buildings, the surrounding greenery and natural features and the overall essence of the neighbourhood.
IntegratingTransit riders will continue to have the same access and convenience to transit, but through a new and aesthetically pleasing environment provided by the development. By integrating the TTC entrance into the proposed development, the development will take advantage of the existing TTC building entrance onsite, providing convenience and easy access to all members of the public, including the users of the new development.
Adding a New Mix of Uses
Adding a NewBy adding a new mix of uses on a single site, this development will increase the potential for an underutilized site. The mixed-use development will add to the neighbourhood:
Mix of Uses
- 300 residential units
- 248 hotel rooms
- ~3,984 m2 of office space
- ~907 m2 of street-level retail space
Building Much-needed Hotel Services
Building Much-neededBusinesses, hotel patrons and area residents would be able to enjoy one of Toronto’s newest hotels with full services including meeting rooms, conference spaces, and spa services.
Elevating the Public Realm
Elevating theThe development will elevate the public realm, leveraging the site’s prominence and visibility at the corner of Yonge and York Mills. Combined with wide sidewalks and inviting landscaping, the introduction of street-level retail space will animate the site and bring liveliness to the streets.
Introducing New Housing Options
Introducing NewThe development will introduce more options for housing for the neighbourhood. An ideal option for those looking to downsize within the neighbourhood, and those who may want to move into the neighbourhood.
The proposal is for a mixed-use development with a 35-storey residential tower and a 21-storey tower with hotel, retail, restaurant, and office uses, both connected by a 6-storey podium. Specifically, the proposal includes:
- Residential units: 300
- Hotel rooms: 248
- Office space: ~3,984 m2
- Street-level retail space: ~907 m2
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APPLICATION RESUBMISSION 1: December 2020
APPLICATION RESUBMISSION 2: April 2021
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June 25, 2021
The applicant is continuing to work with City Staff in hopes of reaching an agreement on the development application
June 24, 2021
Case Management Conference #2
Second Case Management Conference at the OLT.
June 8, 2021
City Staff Request for Direction Report
April 14, 2021
March 12, 2021
Case Management Conference #1
First Case Management Conference at the LPAT (now OLT).
January 12, 2021
Community Consultation MeetingA community meeting is being organized by the City of Toronto. The meeting details will be included in the meeting notice, and made available here.
December 10, 2020
Application ResubmissionAn updated planning application was resubmitted to the City of Toronto.
October 7, 2020
City Staff Preliminary Report
September 22, 2020
Application Appealed to LPAT
February 14, 2020
Update to Ward 8 CouncillorEmail update about the application submission and consultation efforts.
February 14, 2020
Application SubmissionA planning application was submitted to the City of Toronto.
February 13, 2020
Project Website LaunchThis project website was launched to provide 24/7 access to proposal-related information.
February 3, 2020
Meeting with Area Residents’ AssociationsA meeting, hosted by the applicant, with residents’ associations surrounding the site.
January 14, 2020
Outreach to Area Residents’ AssociationsAn introductory letter about the proposal was emailed to surrounding residents’ associations.
January 14, 2020
Update to Ward 8 CouncillorEmail update about outreach to surrounding residents’ associations.