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January 5th 2017


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Church and Wellesley Community Consultations

[The following is transcribed from the flyer provided by ONE Properties to provide an alternate accessible format.]

ONE Properties has acquired the site located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Church Street and Wellesley Street East for the purpose of creating a new mixed-use development.


We believe that the planning and development of the site comes with a special community responsibility. We believe that it is important to create a vision for a new development that physically fits within and addresses the community’s sense of self along Church Street and Wellesley Street. We seek your help.

ONE Properties is holding a series of Pre-submission Community Consultation visioning meetings prior to submission of a formal rezoning application. Three Pre-submission Community Consultation meetings are planned to gather ideas from the local residents, businesses and community associations.

You are encouraged to attend the Community Consultations where you can provide your ideas and feedback. Any and all are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served.


If you have any questions, comments or ideas, please contact:

Mat Scolozzi
Director of Development, Multi-Family ONE Properties
Phone: 647-256-1029


Meeting Schedule

Community Consultation 1

Existing Conditions, Analysis and Ideas
Thursday, January 12, 2017 | 6-8pm
Currie Hall (Accessible) 105 Maitland Street

Community Consultation 2

Urban Design Principles, Ideas and Concepts
Thursday, February 23, 2017 | 6-8pm
Currie Hall (Accessible) 105 Maitland Street

Community Consultation 3

Concepts and Feedback
Thursday, March 23, 2017 | 6-8pm
Currie Hall (Accessible) 105 Maitland Street

[poster] Community Consultation Church and Wellesley Neighbourhood

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