Development Review Panel Proposals

SEA 1-579 CAP Urban Connector Project
Category: Community Services
Status: Approved

Define space for desired uses, such as a children’s play area, a water feature and/or an event space.

Jeron Grayson Parking Lot Expansion
Category: Community Services
Status: Approved

Link properties in order to have them properly zoned and capable of being used for parking.

Gaudenzia Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facility
Category: Community Services
Status: Declined

3 story residential drug and alcohol treatment facility housing up to 30 individuals being treated for addiction.

Nafasi on Centre
Category: Community Services
Status: Approved

Proposed a multi-story artist housing, workspace, and small cafe/communal retail space at 2145 Centre Ave.

New Granada Apartments
Category: Housing
Status: Approved

Proposed a mixed-use development with 7,300+ square feet of commercial retail space and 50 units of rental housing.

Wylie Bistro
Category: Business
Status: Approved

Proposed commercial space for an established restaurateur to open a new business underneath existing 2, 2-bedroom apartments on the 2nd and 3rd floors.

Centre Ave YMCA
Category: Housing
Status: Approved

Proposed renovation of 77 Single Resident Occupancy units in an existing historic YMCA in partnership with ACTION-Housing.

Catherine Terrace
Category: Housing
Status: Approved

Proposed new construction of eight (8) rental units - four (4) one bedroom units and four (4) three bedroom units.

43 Vine Street
Category: Community Services
Status: Declined

Proposed a 70-space flat surface private parking lot with landscaping to service the tenants of the MedTech Building located in Uptown.

MOKA Art Gallery
Category: Recreation
Status: Approved

4,400 square foot communal space to meet, reflect, learn, and create.

Category: Housing
Status: Approved

Replacement housing for 700+ housing units. New affordable and market rate mix of 50% each will be brought to market.

New Granada Square
Category: Business
Status: Approved

Historic Landmark anchoring Centre Ave. Development.