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Development Applications

Proposed development at the current Mimico Estates properties along 2521 to 2543 Lake Shore Boulevard West. Please consult the attached documents for more information.

An application has been submitted for the demolition permit of a one-storey single family dwelling located at 2669 -2673 Lake Shore Boulevard West. 

Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control Application to permit a 20-storey, 190 unit condominium apartment building. The development will incorporate a new Mimico GO Station.

This application proposes the redevelopment of a 4.33 hectare former industrial site, now vacant, at 3560 and 3600 Lake Shore Boulevard West. A residential development of approximately 550 units is proposed. The proposal includes mid-rise apartment buildings along the Lake Shore Boulevard West frontage, which may have retail or commercial uses on the ground floor. On the balance of the site, approximately 200 stacked townhouses, new parkland and new public roads are proposed.

This application proposes to build a 14-storey mixed use building (including mezzanine above the first floor and an amenity area on the 14th floor) with retail at grade and 150 units above at 2388-2398 Lake Shore Boulelvard West and 13 Superior Avenue.

Proposed amendment to the former City of Etobicoke Zoning Code to permit the development of 45 townhouse units within six blocks. The existing industrial building would be demolished.

Proposal to construct a (3) storey stacked townhouse development, containing (20) units to replace existing detached single family dwelling.

The Shoppers Drug Mart store located at 3480 Lake Shore Boulevard West, bounded along the westerly and easterly limits, by Thirty Second and Thirtieth Streets respectively, applied for parking variances as they wish to expand the floor area of their existing building. The variances were approved by the Committee of Adjustment; however, this decision was subsequently appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board which dismissed the appeal and approved the variances.

An application was made to the Committee of Adjustment for consent to sever the property of 41 Long Branch Avenue into two undersized residential lots. The Committee consented to the creation of the new lots on the condition that before a Certificate of Consent is issued, the applicant must file, within one year, a number of conditions, including satisfying all conditions concerning City-owned trees, to the satisfaction of Urban Forestry. The proposed construction of a pair of two-storey semi-detached dwellings cannot be accomplished without destroying an over 100-year old red oak tree.


Preliminary plans for changes to Marie Curtis Park and Marie Curtis Park West/Arsenal Lands have been published.
Thank you to all who attended the fourth Lakeshore Community Planning Conference on Saturday May 1, 2010. Over 125 community members came out to the Toronto Police College to discuss different ideas, challenges, and priorities in our neighbourhoods. More information will be made available as we consolidate the outcomes of the conference.
The Mimico Station Community Organization is restoring the original Mimico Train Station. The station's permanent home will be at its current location at Coronation Park located at the corner of northwest corner of Judson Ave and Royal York Rd. The station will eventually serve the community with museum pieces, a heritage garden and garden railway, community meeting space, and educational information about the railway.