1855 Bloor Information Session Presentation 16 02 15

Report
1855 Bloor Street
Information
Session
February 18th, 2015
Welcome & Introductions
• Roly Morris
President, Timbercreek Communities
• Greg Jones
Director of Development, First Gulf
• Chris Fonseca
City Councillor, Ward 3, Mississauga
• Marianne Cassin
Manager, Planning Department, Mississauga
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About Timbercreek Communities
Vision
We create better living experiences together.
We are a leading owner and operator of multi-family residential
communities across Canada. Our people take pride in ownership and an
active hands-on approach in how we manage our communities. We are
committed to working together collaboratively with our team and
community members to create better living experiences.
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About Timbercreek Communities
• Founded in 1999, with a portfolio that consisted of one
building in Oakville, Ontario
• Portfolio has grown to more than 220 buildings with more than
16,000 suites across five provinces throughout 27 cities
• Part of the Mississauga community since 2005
• Currently own and manage four buildings in Mississauga
• 1855 Bloor will be our first new apartment development
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About First Gulf
• Founded in 1987.
• Proven market leader in development of mixed-use, office,
retail and industrial properties. Commercial arm of the awardwinning residential builder, Great Gulf.
• Extensive experience as third-party contractors, designbuilders and construction managers.
• Key developments include The Globe and Mail Centre, One
Bloor, and the new head office for Coca-Cola Canada in
Toronto, as well as First Meadowvale Centre in Mississauga.
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Welcome Your New Neighbour
1855 Bloor
• 4-storey rental apartment
• 80 suites offering balconies
• Indoor & Outdoor Amenity Space
– 4,800 sq.ft. amenity space with gym
and multi-purpose room
– 4,000 sq.ft. enclosed dog run
– Access to current outdoor pool for the
use and enjoyment of all Residents
• Bike racks and bike lockers
• Surface and underground parking
Move In Summer 2016
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Building Green and Accessible
• Green building practices
– LED lighting
– Water-efficient plumbing fixtures
– High efficiency boilers
– Meet Mississauga Stormwater Management Criteria
• Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities
– Automatic entrance doors
– Elevator access to all floors
– Designated parking spaces
– Barrier free entrance
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Enhancing and Respecting the
Greenspace
• Extensive
landscaping
• New trees, bushes,
shrubs and other
plants
• Etobicoke Valley
Greenbelt
protected, with
terraseeding to
promote healthy
greenspace
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Minimizing Impact to the Community
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Safety
– The project will be constructed in accordance to the Occupational Health and
Safety Regulations for construction sites by the province of Ontario
– Construction zone is fenced off and all construction activity takes place within the
fence
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Dust/Mud Control
– We will be diligent to control dust and mud from extending outside the
construction zone
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Noise
– Construction noise will occur within the hours prescribed by the Mississauga noise
by-law
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Traffic Disruption
– Minimal planned lane closures on Bridgewood Drive and Bloor Street
– Temporary parking lot to accommodate parking for Residents
– Parked vehicles and equipment will be contained within the perimeter fencing
whenever possible
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Thank you for joining us.
Any Questions?
For further questions, please contact:
Greg Jones
Director of Development, First Gulf
[email protected]
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