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MICRO INTENSIFICATION & RENEWAL

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MOTHERBOARD HOUSE


The single family house is dead……..Long live the single family house! Proposed Renewal & Intensification Agenda Lower Level Bachelor Unit & Care Giver Suite Ground Floor Barrier-free 2 Bedroom Unit Upper Floor 2 Bedroom Unit All Self Contained and Interconnected

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Existing 3 Bedroom Single Family House


1 3 Storey Rental Apartment Building + 2 Storey Townhouse Project - Circa 1961

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3 Storey Rental Apartment Building Circa 1961

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Planning Map

3 4 Storey Co-op Apartment Building Circa 1990


West Elevation

View of subject property from south

View of subject property from north


EXISTING DWELLING House Type

PROPOSED RENOVATION

Single Detached 2

House Type

Triplex 2

Gross Floor Area

2,218 ft

Gross Floor Area

4,368 ft

Annual Heating Cost

$ 1,820

Annual Heating Cost

$ 248

Annual Cooling Cost

N/A

Annual Cooling Cost

$ 128

DHW Cost

$ 518

DHW Cost

$ 170

Electricity Cost

$ 992

Electricity Cost

$ 1,565

Total Energy Cost

$ 3,330

Total Energy Cost

$ 1,942

Unit Area Energy Cost

$ 0.44 /ft

Solar Fraction

45.1%

Unit Area Energy Cost

$ 1.49 /ft

Solar Fraction

16.3%

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Comparison of Vital Statistics

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The present value of energy savings over a 10-year study period is $19,142


BENEFITS • • • • • • • • • • • •

Intensification of suburban main streets Lower demand on existing infrastructure Net Negative Zero Development Increase in property tax base Enhanced streetscape Increase in public transit rider use Carbon footprint reduction Decrease in operating & maintenance costs Increase in affordable rental housing Increase in employment opportunities Reduction of health care costs Family quality of life increase

Comparison of Vital Statistics


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MACRO INTENSIFICATION & RENEWAL

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EXISTING GTA INVENTORY SAMPLE SURVEY

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Enclosure Requirements 1. Strength and rigidity. 2. Control of heat flow. 3. Control of air flow. 4. Control of water vapour flow. 5. Control of liquid water movement. 6. Stability and durability of materials. 7. Fire. 8. Aesthetic considerations. 9. Cost. Excerpted from: Fundamental Considerations in the Design of Exterior Walls for Buildings, N.B. Hutcheon, Technical Report No. 13 of the Division of Building Research, National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, 1953.


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RENEWAL BENEFITS PUBLIC:

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Extended life of building Modernized building systems Savings in heating/cooling costs Savings offset retrofit costs over time Site intensification opportunities Use of current proven technologies and trades Net Negative Zero development Enhancing of project identity and marketing potential Reduction in operation and maintenance cost Rental unit increase opportunity Mixed-use development opportunity Tax deductions Government low interest loan opportunities

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Lower demand on existing infrastructure Increase in property tax base Enhanced streetscape Increase in public transit rider use Carbon footprint reduction Increase in amenities Increase in affordable rental housing Increase in employment opportunities

TENANTS: • • • • • •

Greater comfort and indoor air quality Enhancing of project identity Enhanced streetscape Increase in amenities Uninterrupted habitation Intensification of public transit


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