19 Elm Street & 13 Mountain Street

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File Numbers: 26OP-16-2101 and 26Z-16-2104

We would like your feedback on an official plan amendment and rezoning applications at 19 Elm Street and 18 Mountain Street.

The proposal is to allow for a development of a 7-stored mixed-use building that integrates and adaptively reuses two existing buildings - Woolverton House (13 Mountain Street) Woolverton Hall (19 Elm Street).

The official plan amendment would maintain the Commercial Core - Intensification designation, and would permit a maximum building height of 7 storeys. The zoning by-law amendment would maintain the Downtown Intensification (DI) zone and introduce site specific exceptions to permit community hub uses, and allow dwelling units at or above the first storey.

The key aspects of the proposal include:

  • Integration of Woolverton House and Woolverton Hall into the base of the 7-storey building
  • Floor area of 6993 sq. m
  • Building height of 30.24 m
  • 74 residential units
  • Community hub space to support non-residential and community-based programming and activities
  • 102 parking spaces, 84 bicycle parking spaces

Please note that this application is under review and has not gone to Council for their consideration. Therefore, the proposal may change as the application proceeds through the review process.

File Numbers: 26OP-16-2101 and 26Z-16-2104

We would like your feedback on an official plan amendment and rezoning applications at 19 Elm Street and 18 Mountain Street.

The proposal is to allow for a development of a 7-stored mixed-use building that integrates and adaptively reuses two existing buildings - Woolverton House (13 Mountain Street) Woolverton Hall (19 Elm Street).

The official plan amendment would maintain the Commercial Core - Intensification designation, and would permit a maximum building height of 7 storeys. The zoning by-law amendment would maintain the Downtown Intensification (DI) zone and introduce site specific exceptions to permit community hub uses, and allow dwelling units at or above the first storey.

The key aspects of the proposal include:

  • Integration of Woolverton House and Woolverton Hall into the base of the 7-storey building
  • Floor area of 6993 sq. m
  • Building height of 30.24 m
  • 74 residential units
  • Community hub space to support non-residential and community-based programming and activities
  • 102 parking spaces, 84 bicycle parking spaces

Please note that this application is under review and has not gone to Council for their consideration. Therefore, the proposal may change as the application proceeds through the review process.

Page last updated: 23 August 2021, 09:54