UPDATE April 2022: We're pleased to announce that the variance has been approved by the City of Toronto for the Garron Family Building.
CAMH is proposing to add hospital signage to one of our existing buildings on our Queen Street site as part of the completion of our most recent phase of redevelopment (Phase 1C). The building name sign would be interior to the site, and is not illuminated. The signage requires a minor variance to City by-laws because it is located above the 2nd storey.
Many members of the local community will receive a by-law notice from the City of Toronto about this signage variance application. Below, you’ll find details and information about this variance and signage in advance of this process. You can also reach out to us directly to learn more or ask any questions. If you have immediate questions, please reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’d like to share with you some of the key features of the application:
- The request is for two non-illuminated building signs for the Garron Family Building;
- This is an existing building previously known as the Intergenerational Wellness Building;
- The building is located at 80 Workman Way on our Queen Street site (see map with building indicated by a red circle;
- The building is located on the North West corner of Workman Way and Stokes Street, and is entirely internal to the site;
- We’re requesting one sign on the mechanical penthouse of the South elevation (7th storey) and one sign on the mechanical penthouse of the East elevation (7th storey);
- At the time of the initial building proposal and signage application, this building had not been officially named which is why these signs were not included in the original application.