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1616 Lloyd Avenue / 1040 Churchill Crescent
Council approved the development permit for this application on July 27, 2016.
The project includes 75 owned apartments (20 one-bedroom, 51 two-bedroom, four three-bedroom) in a four-storey building with 141 parking spaces.
Current status and progress updates
June 27, 2016 — Development permit issued
Council voted to issue the development permit for this project. View the staff report to Council recommending approval in the "Photos, drawings, renderings, documents" tab.
Spring, 2016 — Application active
Onni updated their plans in order to address current requirements and guidelines, and are now moving forward with their project. They anticipate construction will start in 2017 or early 2018. Staff are currently reviewing their application.
2013 to 2016 — Application on hold
A few months after Onni submitted their application, they realized they would not be able to build as quickly as they had anticipated, due to the terms of lease with one of their tenants. As a result, they put their application on hold.
2012 — Application submitted
Onni Group applied to redevelop this site.
Additional proposal details
The site is on the northeast corner of Churchill Crescent and Lloyd Avenue, and extends east to the laneway, next to the parking lot for Indigo Books.
Current land use designation and zoning
The Official Community Plan (OCP) designates this site for either a commercial or residential or mixed use building at a maximum density of 1.75 FSR (floor space ration) and a maximum height of four storeys.
In accordance with the site zoning, the developer is proposing a four-storey building with a maximum 1.75 FSR. No rezoning is required for this application.
Photos, drawings, renderings, documents
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June 27, 2016 — Application approved by Council
- Staff report to Council recommending the development permit (PDF; starts on page 37)
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