Proposed development for Princess & Victoria Street

proposed development

Proposed development for Princess & Victoria Street

A 10-storey mixed residential and commercial building is being proposed at the corner of Princess and Victoria Streets. The building will contain 327 residential units and 615 square metres of commercial space. The building will include a total of 156 parking spaces, four of which will be reserved for commercial use. 114 of these proposed parking spaces will be located in a single level underground parking lot.

This development will include the removal of the existing buildings located at 662, 670, 682 Princess Street and 551 Victoria Street. These are a listed property on the City’s Heritage Properties Register, with one of the two buildings being the site of the former Carnovsky Bakery. The proposal includes the removal of the heritage structure with a proposed replacement of a ‘sculptural ghost and footprint’ of the circa 1840 building.

The developers will present an information report to the planning committee on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 6:30 pm located at Council Chambers, City Hall, 216 Ontario St.

This meeting will provide members of the public the opportunity to learn more about the project and provide any input they may have.  A formal recommendation from the city will not be completed until a later date.

You can follow the approval process and view supporting documents at: https://apps.cityofkingston.ca/dash/Cap/CapDetail.aspx?Module=Planning&TabName=Planning&capID1=REC17&capID2=00000&capID3=0006F&agencyCode=KINGSTON&IsToShowInspection=

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