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Development Updates: Clarendon Park Retirement Residence; Badrock Studio; Seneca/Hager demolitions

Clarendon Park Retirement Residence

Minor variance approvals expired in Oct 2015. Applicant will need to re-apply.

1069 Brant St. Google ScreenshotBadrock Studio, 1069 Brant St (northeast corner at Churchill)

2 storey (medical) office with ground floor retail. Meets zoning, only site plan application required. Staff continue to review the application and the applicant will be required to complete a traffic study.

The revised development proposal consists of a rear and second-storey additions to the initially proposed building. The proposed building would have a total gross floor area of 3,210 sq. feet (297.8 sq. m), include a pharmacy at the ground level and medical clinic above (on the second floor). A total of 8 surface parking spaces are proposed at the rear of the building. The exterior cladding is primarily glazing with a combination of stone and metal panelling as accenting materials. The revised elevations also support a wrapped first-storey canopy (consisting of wood panelling).

For more information on this project, contact the planner on the file Todd Evershed, 905.335.7600 ext. 7870 todd.evershed@burlington.ca

Demolition Permits Issued:

  • 533 Hager Ave.
  • 421 Seneca Ave.

The demolition of the homes on these sites may or may not have taken place.

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  1. I maybe shouldn’t comment on the demolitions given I haven’t gone to see the addresses, but…I suspect they are so bigger homes might be built – which saddens me greatly. I would love to see Burlington having the guts to say no to demolishing existing homes that have served families for generations. Not everything should be based on how much money one has?

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