Client: Sacajawea Non-Profit Housing
Project Location: 16 Steven Street, Hamilton
Sacajawea Non-Profit Housing is proposing the readaptive use of the existing three storey building on 16 Steven Street for a fifteen (15) unit multiple dwelling to provide secure and affordable rental housing.
The existing three-storey brick building has a history of industrial and commercial uses and is listed on Hamilton’s Heritage Volume 2 – Inventory of Buildings of Architectural and/or Historical Interest. The conversion to a multiple dwelling building will be facilitated primarily through interior renovations. Minimal changes are proposed to the exterior of the building, of which will include repositioning the front door to be more central on the front façade and an addition to accommodate a secondary staircase at the rear of the building.
As the existing conditions of the site are to be maintained, limited parking is proposed. Lands severed from the rear of 436 King William Street will be merged with 16 Steven Street. Those lands will accommodate two (2) parking spaces accessed from the rear laneway and will provide approximately 60 square metres of outdoor common amenity space for future residents.
Land Use and Urban Design
- Concept Plan
- Notice of Decision (Committee of Adjustment)
- Planning Justification Report
- Zoning By-law Amendment Application
Technical Studies and Plans
- Dust Management Plan
- Environmental Impact Noise Study
- Formal Consultation Document
- Functional Servicing & Stormwater Management Report
- Grading & Servicing Plans
- Heritage Impact Assessment
- Parking Study
- Record of Site Condition
- Record of Site Condition Letter of Acknowledgement
- Survey Plan
- Tree Management Plan & Landscape Plan
June 22, 2022: Zoning By-law Amendment approved by Council
June 14, 2022: Zoning By-law Amendment recommeded for approval at Planning Committee
January 28, 2022: Zoning By-law Amendment Application Submitted
February 15, 2022: Notice of Complete Application (File: ZAC-22-019)
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