D02-02-17-0093

Zoning By-law Amendment: After making an application to considering a 12 storey mixed-use building. The application has been amended to permit a thinner 16-storey mixed-use building consisting of 165 residential units over 426 square metres of retail on the ground floor facing St. Joseph Blvd. View application on ottawa.ca

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WardWard 1 - ORLÉANS - Matthew Luloff
Received2017-10-12
Updated2020-09-16
Address (Zoning) 3030 ST-JOSEPH, BOULEVARD (AM3[2705] S438)
Documents
Title Modified
02-01-2020 - Ground level renderings Proposed Building - 2020-09-16
02-01-2020 - Shadow Analysis for June 21 - 2020-09-16
02-01-2020 - Sun Shadow Analysis - 2020-09-16
15-01-2019 - Memo - Response to the City Comments - 2019-10-22
15-10-2019 - Architectural Presentation - 2019-10-22
15-10-2019 - Assessment of Adequacy of Public Services - 2019-10-22
15-10-2019 - Geotech Report Rev 3 - 2019-10-22
15-10-2019 - Responce to City Question on Transporation Brief - 2019-10-22
2017-03-01 - UDRP Recommendations - 2019-10-22
2018-01-25 - Applicant's Presentation - D-02-02-17-0093 2019-10-22
2018-01-25 - Geotech Report, Revision 3 - 2019-10-22
2018-01-25 - Staff's Presentation - 2019-10-22
2018-01-25 -Geotech Memorandum - 2019-10-22
2018-02-08 - Staff Presentation for Public Meeting Jan 24 2018 - 2019-10-22
2018-02-08- Applicant Presentation to Public Meeting Jan 24,2018 - 2019-10-22
2017-11-15 - Application summary - 2017-11-15
2017-11-14 - Geotechnical Study - 2017-11-14
2017-11-14 - Planning Rationale - 2017-11-14
2017-11-14 - Servicing Options Report - 2017-11-14
2017-11-14 - Site Plan, Floor Plans, Elevations and Renderings - 2017-11-14
2017-11-14 - Sun Shadow Study - 2017-11-14
2017-11-14 - Survey Plan - 2017-11-14
2017-11-14 - Transportation Impact Study and Brief - 2017-11-14
Date Status
2020-09-10 Application Recommended to Council for Approval
2019-10-15 Application Reactivated
2017-11-16 Comment Period in Progress
2017-11-15 Community "Heads Up" - Completed

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