Photos related to 32 Ninth Street – Committee of Adjustment meeting is on March 28, 1:00 pm

To view the series of blog posts related to 32 Ninth Street, click on the Construction category at this website.

In the course of research related to 32 Ninth Street, I’ve been very pleased to learn of the career of the artist Adrian deRooy of New Toronto. I’ll highlight his paintings in a subsequent blog post.

As the first link in the previous paragraph notes, Cheryl and Adrian deRooy among others have written letters concerning the variance request that will be discussed on March 28, 2013 at the Committee of Adjustment.

You are encouraged to write a letter of your own in support of their efforts to ensure that development in New Toronto and elsewhere is consistent with the neighbourhood.

The Committee of Adjustment meeting regarding this property on March 28, 2013 starting at 1:00 pm. You are encouraged to attend this meeting if you can.

 

Photos related to 32 Ninth Street. Jaan Pill photo

View from backyard of 28 Ninth Street:

Backyard view of 32 Ninth Street (on left) and 28 Ninth Street (middle house in photo). Composite of two photos: Adrian deRooy photos.

This composite image, prepared by Adrian deRooy, indicates an approximation of the backyard view after the proposed construction at 32 Ninth Street. Composite of two photos. Adrian deRooy photos

Update of Before and After photos (March 28, 2013):

This is a photo by Jaan Pill of an updated Before and After set of photos provided by Adrian deRooy.

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View of 32 Ninth Street from back deck of 28 Ninth Street. Jaan Pill photo

Back view of 32 Ninth Street. Adrian deRooy photo

32 Ninth Street. On the left is 28 Ninth Street. Jaan Pill photo

View of north side of 28 Ninth Street. The window on the right is one of the two kitchen windows on this side of the house. Adrian deRooy photo

View of south side of 32 Ninth Street. Jaan Pill photo

View from kitchen window at 28 Ninth Street. Jaan Pill photo

This photo shows what Adrian deRooy has characterized as a representation of the wall that would be facing the kitchen windows at 28 Ninth Street. Adrian deRooy photo

Back yard of house to the north of 32 Ninth Street. Adrian deRooy photo

The photo shows what Adrian deRooy has characterized as a representation of the backyard view that the neighbour to the north of 32 Ninth Street would face. Adrian deRooy photo

Buildings on a severed lot on James Street in Long Branch, built. According to a recent comment at this website (see below), these buildings have not been built by the same developer who bought 32 Ninth Street. Adrian deRooy photo

3 replies
  1. Nicola Basciano
    Nicola Basciano says:

    Buildings built on James st are from a different develepor.They are 3 storey, the houses proposed on 32 Ninth St are 2 storey, Furthermore the proposed houses will be 1.2 m lower in height than the allowable 9.5 m bylaw, also the sideyard setbacks will be 4 ft , 1 ft more than the allowable 3 ft.

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  2. Jaan Pill
    Jaan Pill says:

    Your comments are appreciated.

    I have revised the caption to indicate that the buildings on James Street are not by the same developer who has purchased 32 Ninth Street.

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  3. Vashti King
    Vashti King says:

    Just saw the photos of those monster houses that someone wants to build on Ninth Street! They would be so out of place that they would ruin the character of the street.

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