Tyndale Green – 3377 Bayview Avenue – Public Consultation Meeting

October 18, 2021


Background: Tyndale University and Markee Developments are proposing to redevelop the site with 15 buildings across four phases (Phases 1, 2, 3a and 3b). Most of the buildings are proposed to range in height from 5 to 8 storeys, with three buildings to have heights ranging from 12 to 20 storeys. The residential portion of the site is proposed to consist of 1,504 residential rental units, including 752 affordable rental units, and include spaces for a daycare, café and flexible use spaces to be used by the University.

Tyndale University and Markee Developments are also proposing to build a community recreation facility on the campus concurrent with the residential development, which will be accessible to residents of the residential community and the public; this will be considered through a separate planning process.

Community Consultation Meeting: October 19th, 2021, from 6:30PM – 8:30PM via WebEx

Current Status: Awaiting Preliminary Report – the preliminary report, which outlines the details of the application and only directs staff to study the application and to proceed with a Community Consultation Meeting, is being presented at North York Community Council on September 13, 2021. The Community Consultation Meeting is anticipated for October 2021.

On July 14th, 2021, City Council authorized that the application to be eligible for Open Door Program incentives to create affordable rental housing, subject to approvals of the standard planning process.

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