Project images courtesy Clarington

446-unit two-tower development proposed for Clarington

The Municipality of Clarington yesterday evening held a public meeting to discuss a proposed development on Bowmanville Avenue.

It said GHD has submitted an applications on behalf of Your Home Developments (Bowmanville) for an official plan and zoning by-law amendment to permit the development of 446 dwelling units.

These include one 10-storey apartment building, one 12-storey apartment building and two four-storey townhouse buildings.

The subject lands are municipally known as 1525-1585 Bowmanville Avenue and are located along the east side of Bowmanville Avenue. The land has a total area of 1.39 hectares and frontage of approximately 121 metres.

1525-1585 Bowmanville Avenue Site Plan

25-storey two tower project

Last September, Clarington held a meeting on a proposed 25-storey tower project at 10 Aspen Springs Drive in Bowmanville.

The proposal included one nine-storey mid-rise building and one 25-storey twin-tower mixed-use building. The project was to feature 607 residential units and some 625 square metres of ground-floor commercial space.

The Clarington Official Plan at that time allowed for a maximum height of 12-storeys.

Key meet today on major Clarington housing projects

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