On a square near the Oshawa Center, a new building with up to 20 floors, 245 apartments and single-storey commercial space could be built.
Here is the plan:
• A new mixed-use residential / commercial building at 400 King St. W. in Oshawa is being planned.
• The height of the building varies between 4, 6, 8 and 20 floors.
• The development would have 245 homes and approximately 659 square meters (7,094 square feet) of commercial space on the first floor.
• Currently on the property is a single story square with small businesses like Dines Family Restaurant, Mary Brown’s Chicken, Deja Vu Discs, Tokyo Smoke, and more.
• In order to turn the plans into reality, the building owner needs changes to the official plan and the zoning regulations in order to enable higher residential density and building height and to reduce the required parking space.
Oshawa is asking for public comments on the construction plans. A public meeting will take place.
When: Monday 10 January at 6:30 p.m.
Where: An electronic meeting takes place virtually and can be viewed on an online device or by telephone at calendar.oshawa.ca/Meetings.
How to weigh:
• To speak at the meeting, contact the clerk’s service at [email protected] by Wednesday, January 5 at 4:30 pm
• To submit written comments on the exam, prior to the public session, contact Morgan Jones at [email protected] or by mail at Oshawa City Hall, 50 Center St. S., Oshawa, Ontario L1H 3Z7.