12 thoughts on “First Development Concept for East Hamilton’s Delta Secondary School Site Submitted to City

  1. No green space????
    Glad they want to preserve the front of delta but no green space, we need more green space In this community!!
    I live on Province St N I can see the front if delta from my property!
    I know many teens still use back of delta to throw football around!

    • Does this follow green space requirements. Omg this is sad. Yes delta”s beauty preserved but those large monstrosities in a true residential housing community . Looks like corporate greed to me. Very very sad

  2. What about some green space???? And the high rises are very out of character with the neighborhood.

  3. Very disappointed with this plan I’m sure high rises won’t look right in the neighborhood and people along the side streets don’t want people looking into there yards , this area and community is very close and houses in the area show so much character these tall building in a little community will be so out of place

  4. Not impressed with the look of the development !
    Looks out of place. Too many structures in a small place
    Don’t like the thought of tall buildings
    I hope they rethink the plan

  5. This first plan MUST be reviewed! It is not acceptable as presented in so many dimensions.
    Remove the greed” and start thinking about the “need”.
    The Tall Buildings are totally out of place for the neighborhood.
    A NEW (down-to-earth) Architect must get involved in this project.
    Jack Arno Former DSS student and house owner in that neighborhood.

    • I think everyone can relax. They likely submitted something outrageous knowing full well they would be told to scale way back. There will be a lot of back and forth until something reasonable, but enough to still rankle all you NIMBY’s, is accepted. It’s better than an empty unused site guys.

  6. Wow… seriously need to rethink with community impact in mind. This is not what the vast majority of neighbours want to see… I know I don’t want it in my community..

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  8. Missing the green space.. and way way way too tall for this neighborhood. Im all for building housing but this height is So out of place and would ruin all the surrounding properties. Also these tiny side streets aren’t made for 800+ new cars. It’s too dense with no infrastructure..

  9. This is outrageous who in this city would allow this! The house prices in that neighborhood have just plummeted council should be ashamed!!