8 Oak demolition opposed at City Council

8 oak streetThe demolition of 8 Oak Street will be opposed at City Council at the end of the month. Etobicoke York Community Council has asked the city to refuse a demolition permit and to find out whether the building should be added to the municipal heritage property list.

The Satin Finish development has been controversial. The developers had planned a small community of townhomes, but revised the plan to ask for more than five times as many residences. Now they are asking for 509 units, with apartment buildings and a retirement home. They are also asking to demolish the 85-year-old office building.

City Council will also be asked to oppose the division of 104X Wendell Avenue into two undersized properties.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

1 thought on “8 Oak demolition opposed at City Council”

  1. Reactive as usual, but if saved then what? Would of been nice to keep the development townhouses, but now we will get stuck with more apartment buildings…..

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