Tuesday, 16 November 2021 10:31

Community Meeting: November 18th - 682 Broadview/Loblaws Site Development Application Information Session

Good Morning All,

Most of you have heard that there is talk of redeveloping the current Loblaws site on Broadview in our BIA. This Thursday, Nov. 18th Councillor Fletcher will be hosting a community information session starting at 7pm via Zoom.

Below please find the full details for this meeting as well as the registration link should you wish to join the meeting.




Reminder: November 18th Information Session 682 Broadview – Loblaws Site Development Information Session

Dear Friends,

This is a reminder about the upcoming information session that I have organized regarding 682 Broadivew. The preliminary report is now public and can be found here.

No decision will be made on the application at this meeting. The report will introduce the application, the assessment process and recommend a community consultation be scheduled with the local Councillor.

I thought it would be helpful to host a virtual Information Session for the community in advance of the TEYCC meeting.

Date: Thursday, November 18
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

This session will take place on Zoom, so please register well in advance 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The site is currently occupied by the Loblaw's store (690-720 Broadview), two 3-storey mixed-use buildings (742 and 740 Broadview) and three 3-storey residential buildings listed on the City of Toronto’s Heritage Registry (688, 686 and 682 Broadview). The site also occupies a significant portion of ravine lands.

The new proposal is for a 35 storey tower situated on top of a 7 storey base building. The proposal indicates the existing leases located within the heritage buildings will be retained, while the rear yards will be used for the development of the 7-storey building and slope rehabilitation.503 residential dwelling units are proposed along with a grocery store. 150 residential parking spaces, 50 visitor parking spaces and 2 retail spaces for a total of 220 spaces are also proposed.

I have asked a representative of the applicant to make a brief presentation so everyone can hear from them firsthand. Following the presentation there will be ample opportunity for you to ask questions of City Planning staff and to provide feedback.

Nader Kadri ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) is the lead planner on this file. You can reach him directly to make sure you are on the City's list of interested parties in order to receive future notices directly from City Planning. He will be joined at the Info Session by Lynda Macdonald, Director of Community Planning and Carly Bowman, Manager of Community Planning for Toronto East York.

You are always welcome to contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 416-392-4060.

Working for you,

Paula Fletcher
City Councillor
Ward 14, Toronto-Danforth

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