60 Balliol


Learn. Ask. Share.

Learn more about the new proposal for 60 Balliol, ask questions, and share your feedback.

Planning for the Future

As Toronto continues to grow, we see the need for more housing near transit. Located just steps away from the Davisville Subway Station and many other community services and amenities, this site is the ideal location to provide homes for future residents of the neighbourhood.

The Site

60 Balliol is privately-owned land that is currently vacant. 33 Davisville is included as an address in the development application because the underground parking structure of 33 Davisville extends into and is located within the boundaries of 60 Balliol.  However, the existing apartment building at 33 Davisville will remain as part of the proposal.

Proposal Highlights

The owners of the property are working on an opportunity to build a new residential building on this site.

33 Davisville: Our Commitment

All tenants of 33 Davisville will be able to remain in their homes; the proposal is to fill in the vacant land to the south of the existing building. The owners and development manager for 60 Balliol are committed to supporting tenants of 33 Davisville throughout the process. We encourage any tenant to reach out if they have questions or would like to provide feedback.


This timeline will tell you where we are in the process, who we have met with, and what the current status of the application is. It is common, during the planning application review process, that periods of time will pass without an update while the City of Toronto conducts its review of the application.


All of the materials submitted to the City of Toronto and those a part of the consultation process will be posted here. We have organized the reports into major themes, including those most relevant to the community, under Community Consultation.

Final Submission

Second Submission

First Submission


This is a list of frequently asked questions that will continue to grow and evolve throughout the process. If you have a question that isn’t listed here, please reach out to the team through the contact form below.

What is currently on the site?

The site is privately-owned land that is currently vacant. The site also includes 33 Davisville for application purposes because the underground parking structure of 33 Davisville extends into and is located within the boundaries of 60 Balliol. The existing apartment building at 33 Davisville will remain.

Will the existing building at 33 Davisville be torn down?

No. The existing building at 33 Davisville will not be torn down as part of this proposed development.

Is there going to be greenspace in the future?

We are excited to inform you that we will be dedicating land to the City of Toronto for an on-site public park. The new public park will be located on the east side of the proposed development, fronting onto Balliol Street and beside the Sculpture Garden to the east.

What are the plans for the site?

The proposed plans include a 41-storey residential building, inclusive of a 6-storey podium. The existing underground parking at 33 Davisville/60 Balliol would become a part of the re-designed underground.

What will happen to the underground parking at 33 Davisville if the proposal is approved?

The underground parking that exists at 33 Davisville and 60 Balliol would be altered as part of the development. The underground parking will be closed during construction. The plan includes demolishing large portions of the garage and rebuilding it to accommodate the new development. Accommodations would be made for tenants who currently use the parking garage during the construction period.

What stage in the process are you at?

Our Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications were approved by Toronto City Council in February 2024. The next steps would be the Site Plan Approval process, which will undergo additional review before any construction could occur.

If approved, when could construction start?

Our next step in the application process is the Site Plan Approval process. While we cannot offer a guarantee on timing, we anticipate that there are 12 to 18 months before all the necessary permits are received.

I am a tenant of 33 Davisville and have a question, who can I contact?

We welcome any tenant who has a question or would like to provide their feedback to reach out through the contact form below, email us at info@60balliol.com, or call 647-483-6116.

The Team

Wallman Architects


Wallman Architects is a Canadian architectural office dedicated to producing exceptional design. Drawing on the experience of a practice that began in 1985, Rudy Wallman established WA in 2006. Since then, WA has developed an extensive portfolio of remarkable mixed-use, residential, hospitality, institutional and urban design projects across Canada and around the world.

Bousfields Inc.

Planning, Urban Design, & Community Engagement

Bousfields Inc. is one of Ontario’s pre-eminent urban planning, urban design and community engagement firms. Bousfields offers a full range of land use planning, urban design and community engagement services to the development industry, municipalities and government agencies.


Development Manager

Osmington Gerofsky Development Corp (OGDC) is a real estate development company that builds on the expertise and exceptional track record of its founders to deliver high value, high impact development projects across Canada.

Ask. Share.

Reach out to the team with your questions and feedback on the proposed plans for 60 Balliol. A member of the project team will respond to your outreach soon.

Call us: 647-483-6116

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