We need your support! An application has been filed to add 60 storeys to the 10-storey building on Trinity Square at 483-491 Bay St. & 20 Albert St. This is almost 4 times the height of what is currently allowed in that location by the City of Toronto Official Plan.
A Community Meeting about this proposed development is taking place on Wednesday, March 4th at 7:00 pm at the Sheraton Centre in the downtown.
If approved, this building would essentially put Toronto’s Official Plan in the shredder. It would dwarf some of our most iconic architecture and public spaces: Old City Hall, Nathan Philip’s Square, Trinity Square, and the historic Church of the Holy Trinity campus.
Trinity Square, with its fountain, labyrinth and paved walkways is one of the few peaceful public spaces in the downtown where citizens can seek out sunlight and fresh air during the day.
How can you help?
- Attend the Community Meeting
- Phone and write Mayor John Tory and your local Ward Councillor.
- Write a letter to the editor of the Toronto Star, the Toronto Sun or the Globe and Mail.
- Spread the word!
Attend the Community Meeting:
Date: Wednesday March 4, 2020
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Place: Chestnut Room, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
123 Queen Street West, Toronto