In response to various comments received, eight key changes have been incorporated into the Revised Proposal.
Building heights, GFA and density have been reviewed.
Tall buildings have been redeployed to create a more sensitive transition to adjacent neighbourhoods.
Street and block pattern has been redesigned to create greater porosity through the site and prominence for the new community centre along Dupont Street.
Wallace Emerson Park has been reconfigured and Points Plaza, a publically accessible open space, has been enlarged.
The public realm has been enhanced and streetscapes refined with emphasis on creating a safe and pedestrian friendly network.
The mix of residential and non-residential types and tenures has been diversified.
The mobility network has been refined, including provision for transit bays within the site and along Dufferin Street.
A conceptual phasing strategy has been developed to achieve zero displacement of the community centre.