2674- 2704 Yonge Street


On September 16, 2020 a rezoning application was submitted by Triage Developments at the southwest corner of Yonge and Alexandra. The land assembly consists of the former Trull Funeral Home site and the low-rise apartment building to the south (2674-2704 Yonge Street).
North York Community Council considered a preliminary report on November 4, 2020 which identifies issues to be addressed and resulted in the scheduling of a community consultation meeting. LPRO submitted a letter to the committee with our initial comments on the proposal.

A community consultation meeting was held in January 2021. City Planning and The Developer each gave a presentation followed by questions and comments from members of the public. Issues raised by community members included a lack of on-site parkland, height, setbacks, traffic and shadow impacts.

Revised plans for a 9-storey condominium building were submitted in December 2021. The new proposal involves a small expansion of Snider Parkette and a new pathway to connect Snider Parkette to Alexandra Blvd. 


On June 28th  2022 North York Community Council (NYCC) held a public meeting and considered the application for 2674-2678, and 2704 Yonge Street, located on the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Alexandra Boulevard. The application proposes the demolition of the existing three-storey apartment building containing 31 rental dwelling units, and ground-level retail along Yonge Street. The proposal calls for a Zoning By-law Amendment to permit a nine-storey mixed-use building with ground-level retail along Yonge Street. The building will have 91 dwelling units, where 31 dwelling units will be rental replacement units. City Planning recommended that NYCC approve the proposal, which it did. The proposal now goes to City Council in July 2022 for final approval.

The Planning Staff report is available at the following link. Additional project documents can be found on the City’s Application Information Centre by clicking here, and then clicking the “Supporting Documents” dropdown. 

If you wish to be notified of the decision made by the City of Toronto regarding the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment, please make a written request to the City Clerk, Julie Amoroso, at the e-mail mentioned above or at the following address: 

Julie Amoroso, Administrator, North York Community Council

City Hall, 100 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M5H 2N2