A 40,000-square metre monument to myopic city planning came one step closer to a mega-makeover on Saturday.

More than 100 people attended the second public consultation held by developer Choice Properties to gather input on the future of the site at the southeast corner of Dundas Street West and Bloor Street West.

Right now, it's home to a Loblaws, LCBO, and an expansive parking lot. According to Joe Svec, director of mixed-use development at the developer, the concepts revealed on Saturday were based on feedback from the original meeting. 

Fixed near the nexus of Roncesvalles Village, Junction Triangle and High Park North, a mixed-use development would put the roughly 10-acre area among the city's biggest transit nodes. The site is adjacent to subway line 2, streetcar and bus routes, the Bloor GO station and one of two Union-Pearson Express stations between the downtown core and Pearson airport.

"A development like this can be overwhelming," said city Coun. Gord Perks, whose ward subsumes the area.

"We only get to do a site like this once every 100 years. Let's get this one right," he told the crowd assembled at the 'Community Idea Centre,' where the public can speak to the developer directly.