Pair of condo tours could be coming to Toronto’s Davisville subway station

There’s a possibility that a massive condo tour could come to the neighbourhood surrounding Toronto’s Davisville subway station.

The building proposal, put forward by developer Davpart, outlines a revitalization plan for the corner of Yonge and Chaplin where a mid-rise commercial building and apartment complex currently are located.

If the city approves the plan, the building in the area will be levelled to make way for a pair of condo towers that feature a 10 story podium with retail space. The two towers would reach 156 metres, a height well above most buildings in the area.

The retail and office space portion of the Graziani + Corazza Architects project outlines 1,692 and 13,315 square meters, respectively, for those purposes. In total, the towers would feature 880 condos and 102 rental units, including 60 studios, 520 one-bedrooms, 305 two-bedrooms and 97 three-bedroom units.

According to blogTO’s reporting, the surrounding neighbourhood isn’t exactly pleased with the proposal. For example, in an interview, Ward 12 Councillor Josh Matlow described the development proposal as “excessive.

As with a lot of condo proposals, it’s important to keep in mind that there’s a possibility the project will not be pushed through by the city of Toronto.

Source: City of Toronto Via: blogTO

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