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Dunn is proposing 128 residential units plus the retail/commercial space.As part of the amendment process, the town held a public meeting on Jan.29, 2018, and received written and verbal submissions from Collingwood, many of which were opposed to the development.Wendy Sherwood and Michael Walker are residents on Waterside Lane, which is on the east side of Heritage Drive.They submitted a long list of objections suggesting the height of the buildings would “have a very negative impact” on adjacent homeowners by reducing sunlight and limiting “physical and visual” access.
Dunn Cap had to apply for zoning-bylaw and Official Plan amendments on the property to allow a mix of residential and commercial uses, as the site was zoned for medium-density residential use only, which would allow between 40 and 130 dwelling units on the property.
“There is no benefit to the community, only to the developer.” Dunn begs to differ.
He said he has 650 people who have registered their interest in purchasing a condo in the development and two national companies interested in the waterfront restaurant option.
According to Dunn, the buildings will be fully accessible to the public through a boardwalk installed around the buildings.
There will also be 260 underground parking spaces on site. We have some good hotels and I’m actually just building a Holiday Inn right now (at Hume and Raglan streets), but I think we need something that’s totally different and something that’s on the waterfront,” said Dunn.