Wednesday, June 14, 2017

37-Storey Rental Tower Could Replace Merton Street Garage  Published: June 13, 2017 4:08 pm | by Eric Chen |

An Official Plan and zoning by-law amendment application has been submitted to the City, proposing a 37-storey residential tower designed by Sweeny &Co to replace a surface parking garage in Midtown Toronto. Tabled on behalf of bcIMC, the 30 Merton Street proposal calls for a purpose-built rental tower with 315 residential units, divided between 142 one-bedroom, 137 two-bedroom, and 36-three bedroom units.

Along with the residential uses, 142 residential parking spaces, 32 visitor parking spaces, 358 bicycle parking spaces would be housed in a three-storey above grade parking structure, incorporated into the podium of the tower. This is in addition to a three level below grade parking structure, which would include 204 commercial spaces. The project would replace the existing four-level parking garage—built in the 1960s—which contains 330 spots.

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