North York fixture Centerpoint Mall may be demolished.
Morguard, the property owner, has new multi-use plans for the site at 6212 to 6600 Yonge St. The application details, which are under review, were submitted to the city on Dec. 9.
The Official Plan Amendment says it would redevelop the location with buildings ranging from four to 50 storeys in height.
The proposed plans have a non-residential gross floor area of 29,514 square metres, and a residential gross floor area of 635,766 square metres.
“The mall would be demolished over several years. A network of new public and private streets and development blocks containing a mix of uses including residential, retail, office, a central public park, and privately-owned publicly accessible spaces are also proposed,” the application to the city says.
A formal notice of any public meetings will be sent to property owners within (121 metres) 400 feet of the property.
The mall opened in 1966 and has 144 retailers.