James Baptist Redevelopment - Full Formal Planning Zoning Amendment Application Package

[![Rendering of Proposal Connolly Tower as submitted in formal planning application.](http://joeycoleman.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/JamesBaptistConnollyTowerRendering-771x464.jpg)](http://joeycoleman.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/JamesBaptistConnollyTowerRendering.jpg)Rendering of Proposal Connolly Tower as submitted in formal planning application.
The full formal planning application for the redevelopment of 98 James Street South, the former James Street Baptist Church, is presently in the public comments phase following the submission of the full application from Stanton Renaissance to the City of Hamilton.

The proposal is for a 30-storey mixed use tower with 3 storeys of commercial at the base, and 27 storeys of residential condominiums consisting of 259 units. The building will have 98 spaces of parking for the units using a parking stacker underground and proposes including 4 car share spaces.

Today, I received a copy of the documents submitted on CDROM and have uploaded them to my server for you to read. (I haven’t had a chance to read the documents as of yet, and will not likely be able to do so until after the election)

Members of the public have until November 6, 2014 to submit comment to the City of Hamilton for consideration during the non-public planning processes.

The application will require a full public hearing by City Council’s Planning Committee.

Here are the documents: