Opponents take Capitol condo project to Local Planning Appeal Tribunal once again

Opponents of the hotly contested Capitol Condo project proposed for downtown Kingston have once again appealed the revised development plan.



a tall building in a city: Opponents of IN8's Capitol Condo project have once again announced they will be appealing the development, after a revised project was approved by council in early October.


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Opponents of IN8’s Capitol Condo project have once again announced they will be appealing the development, after a revised project was approved by council in early October.

The two opposing groups, Building Kingston’s Future and the Frontenac Heritage Foundation, have filed an appeal with the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) for a now 12-storey project.

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Read more: Kingston city council votes 8-5 to support downtown Capitol condo building

It’s the second time citizens have banded together to fight IN8 Developments. The two grassroots groups claim the 12-storey project is still too tall for the surrounding neighbourhood.

At an Oct. 6 Kingston council meeting, city councillors voted eight to five to support the rezoning application from IN8 for a 12-storey, 169-unit building on the site of

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Opponents take Capitol condo project to Local Planning Appeal Tribunal once again – Kingston

Opponents of the hotly contested Capitol Condo project proposed for downtown Kingston have once again appealed the revised development plan.

The two opposing groups, Building Kingston’s Future and the Frontenac Heritage Foundation, have filed an appeal with the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) for a now 12-storey project.

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Kingston city council votes 8-5 to support downtown Capitol condo building

It’s the second time citizens have banded together to fight IN8 Developments. The two grassroots groups claim the 12-storey project is still too tall for the surrounding neighbourhood.

At an Oct. 6 Kingston council meeting, city councillors voted eight to five to support the rezoning application from IN8 for a 12-storey, 169-unit building on the site of the former Capitol movie theatre at 223 Princess Street.

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The initial project’s 16-storey design was rejected by the LPAT in November 2018, following an appeal by the same

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