, Editor | January 10, 2019
Design Review Panel suggests improvements to Spallacci proposal to better interact with neighbouring park, contribute to the public realm, and improved urban design.
, Editor | November 19, 2017
No member of the panel agreed with the proposed height, with some suggesting that even 30 stories may not be appropriate for the site.
The proponent has a full development and rezoning application submitted to the City. A date for the proposal to be debated by City Council’s Planning Committee has not been set.
, Editor | August 10, 2017
Hamilton’s Design Review Panel met on August 10, 2017 for a workshop from senior City planning staff on the City’s new Transit Oriented Corridor Zoning.
The video and discussion is a good primer for those looking for an introduction into the concepts of the zoning and how it will interact with urban design in Hamilton.
, Editor | July 30, 2017
Express concerns about two elements of the development – the lack of setback from the eastern lot line and that the towers will shadow the future John and Rebecca park for most of the evening.
, Editor | July 8, 2017
Development proposals for the former Kresge site at 43 – 51 King Street East, and a proposal for 71 Rebecca Street will be considered by the Design Review Panel.
, Editor | August 3, 2016
What will Hamilton’s Design Review Panel think of the proposed design for the Gore Buildings at 18 to 28 King Street East in the heart of Hamilton’s Central Business District?
, Editor | July 6, 2016
Two developments on the agenda – a proposed student residences at 210 Main Street East and a mixed-use development on the former All-Saints Church at 15 Queen Street South on the southeast corner with King Street.