It’s been more than five years since TAS — a division of Mavi Developments — set its sights on 385 The West Mall. According to zoning applications dating back to 2019, the development company has long had plans to bring two condo towers to the site, with the most recent rendition of their plans extending to include 375 The West Mall as well.

More recently, a development proposal submitted to the City of Toronto at the end of December lays out plans to bring 14- and 28-storey condo towers to 375-385 The West Mall. If approved, those towers would bring 626 residential units to the area, including a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units.

The planning materials specify that an existing office building on the site would need to be demolished to make way for the proposed.

According to those planning documents, 626 condo units are planned over 45,636 sq. m of residential gross floor area. Around 49,772 sq. m of total space has been proposed, with more than 3,668 sq. m dedicated to retail and 372 sq. m dedicated to community uses.

In addition, 1,025 sq. m of privately owned publicly accessible space has been proposed.

Renderings prepared by SvN - Architects + Planners show rectangular 14- and 28-storey towers atop a common six-storey podium.




TAS wrote about the development on the company’s website, saying that it “presents an opportunity to re-imagine how purpose-built rental, for-sale condominiums, and community-focused commercial space can all be integrated on one large suburban site." The current proposal, however, does not call for any rental units.

TAS also teased that seniors' housing may be included in the development — although there was no mention of such in the planning documents — and highlighted that the project will have a “wellness focus,” and will emphasize “social connections and the great outdoors… through generous public realm improvements featuring an extensively landscaped raised courtyard, a public conservatory, and expansive rooftop amenities.”

Looking back at past zoning applications reveals that 30- and 14-storey towers containing 665 units were proposed back in 2020. In 2021, the plans were updated to include 14 and 28 storeys, with 641 units.

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