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Old Posted Mar 8, 2020, 7:15 PM
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6 – 14 Acorn Street – Hamilton East Kiwanis Homes | 26m | 8 fl | Proposed

6 – 14 Acorn Street

Hamilton East Kiwanis Homes

srm Architect Inc.

To permit the construction of a multiple dwelling containing a total of sixty (60) dwelling units as per Site Plan application DA-20-007.
A minimum of eighteen (18) parking spaces shall be permitted instead of the minimum fifty (50) parking spaces required.

Went to Committee of Adjustment on March 5th. Do not know the outcome.
Acorn runs from Sanford to Arthur one block north of King
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Hope this gets passed! Solid midrise infill
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6 – 14 Acorn Street

Hamilton East Kiwanis Homes

srm Architect Inc.

To permit the construction of a multiple dwelling containing a total of sixty (60) dwelling units as per Site Plan application DA-20-007.
A minimum of eighteen (18) parking spaces shall be permitted instead of the minimum fifty (50) parking spaces required.

Went to Committee of Adjustment on March 5th. Do not know the outcome.
Acorn runs from Sanford to Arthur one block north of King

Cool.

That's a first for me - didn't know we even had an Acorn St.
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This builder is a non profit and has never actually constructed anything as far as I can tell so I would take this with a grain of salt.
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This builder is a non profit and has never actually constructed anything as far as I can tell so I would take this with a grain of salt.
They have built housing in the past. I am sure they will hire an appropriate contractor to actually construct the building.

Here's a link to their website: https://kiwanishomes.ca/
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The adjustment was Granted at the Committee of Adjustment according to their decisions document posted.
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From East Kiwanis:

Yesterday the final tenders closed for the selection of a builder for this $23 million project. All indications are that the quoted amount is within the allocated budget for this project.
Further, almost all conditions have been satisfied with the City of Hamilton in relation to the obtaining of a building permit.
All external obstacles now seem to be addressed in relation to the proposed commencement date for construction of late October.

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Well at least it's tucked away..
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Nice background density.
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Right behind the shadiest of shady motels. Will be interesting to see if that land becomes available after the city ended the renewal of the Budget Inn's business licence. That might be a good area to add on/improve.
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Right behind the shadiest of shady motels. Will be interesting to see if that land becomes available after the city ended the renewal of the Budget Inn's business licence. That might be a good area to add on/improve.
It will probably get the same treatment that the demolished motel site at the Queenston/Main traffic circle will be getting -- redevelopment into a mixed-use, mixed-income property.
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Looks like we'll see work starting in the coming weeks

https://www.facebook.com/KiwanisHome...63206593832051
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I drove by about a week ago and the site was fenced off with a construction trailer.
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6 – 14 Acorn Street – Hamilton East Kiwanis Homes | 26m | 8 fl | Proposed
-> 6 Acorn Street – Hamilton East Kiwanis Homes | 26m | 8 fl | U/C

https://www.facebook.com/KiwanisHome...73283279491049

Looks like they're using the address number 6 on Acorn, and will continue to post regular updates on their organization's home page - https://kiwanishomes.ca/

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