YCC 435 consists of 100 Quebec, 80 Quebec and 29 houses along the East side of Gothic Avenue. This perhaps strange arrangement has a history. The developers had originally intended to construct a more extensive complex than the one that we now have. The City refused the necessary planning permission. The developers, as a consequence, included the houses they could no longer demolish in the two condominiums for which they did receive planning permission. This was the so-called Quebec-Gothic affair, quite a battle in city politics during the mid-1970's.
The second condominium, YCC 323, is the neighbour to the South. It includes 195 units in 50 Quebec and 9 houses along the East side of Gothic Avenue, counting from the South.
YCC 435 and YCC 323 jointly own the lands bounded by Quebec and Gothic Avenues along with a small parcel south of Gothic near the tennis courts. The other lands South of Gothic, that is the parkette, the tennis courts and the parking lot below the tennis courts, are held jointly by YCC 435 and YCC 323 on a 99-year lease from the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto.