Another big one on Brant Street - seven level podium with no mention of how high the structure will rise

By Staff

October 21sr, 2021



Another Brant Street development – this one at Brant and Prospect – 789-795 Brant Street

Applicant is

Camarro Developments Inc.

Described as having a seven level podium with a tower that will have 307 units – but no mention of the actual height. The paucity of information has the ward Councillor upset.

The proposed development concept for redevelopment of the Subject Lands currently provides for a mixed-use development consisting of one residential tower containing 307 residential units, ground floor retail at the base of the tower. The application includes three ground-level townhome units integrated into the building. The proposed development will have a mix of 1-bedroom plus den, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units.

No mention of how high the building will go other than noting that the proposed development includes a podium with a height of 7 storeys facing Brant Street. The townhome built form, with frontage along Prospect Street, will reflect the building height of the neighbouring apartment development to the east.

The Preapplication presentation will take place this evening at 7:00 pm

Oct. 21, 2021, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. (Virtual Meeting)



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3 comments to Another big one on Brant Street – seven level podium with no mention of how high the structure will rise

  • Alfred


    Just a question? Did you not vote in all the Provincial elections over the past 20 years or so. This type of growth was touted by the Liberals and the Conservatives and god help us if the NDP. ever were elected. Why then are you surprised that this growth is happening.

    Alex makes a lot of sense. In reality builders only want to know 2 things. 1. Where can we build and 2. What can we build there. Alex have you considered a run for office. Hows your hockey game?

  • Alex Brooks-Joiner

    Province mandates the City/Region to provide areas for new residential growth. Better in present urban areas than taking away farms and green lands north of us….but do it right. Spread it around the whole urban envelop -not 90% in the city’s core. Scale it better with the existing neighborhoods; provide better transit to balance a healthy modal split; have more truly affordable housing provided for those in need; buy/build new urban parks, restrict new traffic to the corridor streets; enlarge/build new community facilities; etc.

  • Doreen

    What is happening to Burlington? If I wanted to live amongst towering high-rises I would have stayed in Toronto! This is no longer the pleasant, quiet little city we moved to years ago. Time to move on I think!