Dame Eliza Chenier Residence - Heritage Development
Address: 9926 - 112 Street NW
Land Area: 694.4 square metres or 7,474.5 square feet (approximately)
Asking Price: $600,000
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Oliver is a mature neighbourhood, just west of downtown.
The properties include:
The City of Edmonton is seeking proposals from qualified developers that will rehabilitate the buildings while preserving them as legally-protected Municipal Historic Resources.
There is additional potential development on site, however the buildings must remain on the site in accordance with a site specific Direct Development Control Provision DC1 rezoning and the relevant Municipal Historic Resource Designation Bylaw.
Please submit a complete proposal for each property you are interested in purchasing.
Please provide the following:
All proposals will be evaluated using the criteria listed below, which are listed in order of importance:
Planning and Urban Design:
Community Standards and Neighbourhoods:
The preparation and submission of, and all discussions or other proceedings relating to, a submission will be conducted at the sole cost of the applicant. The City will not be responsible for any costs incurred by an applicant in the preparation or submission, including any costs incurred by the applicant to attend meetings or make presentations relating to its submission, or in any participation of the applicant in negotiations or finalization of the Sale Agreement and Affordable Housing Agreement or Lease, as applicable.
The City reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to exercise any or all of the following rights, to:
By submitting, the applicant specifically agrees that it will have absolutely no claim against the City or any of its employees, advisors or representatives for anything resulting from the exercise of any or all of the rights set out in this listing. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the applicant agrees that in no event will the City, or any of its employees, agents, advisors or representatives, be liable, under any circumstances, for any claim, or to reimburse or compensate the applicant in any manner whatsoever, including, without limitation for the costs of preparation of the submission, loss of anticipated profits, loss of opportunity or any other matter.
This listing is only intended to solicit interest and information from potential buyers or tenants, and does not create any legally binding arrangement with the City. This listing is governed by the law applicable to direct commercial negotiations and therefore this listing will not give rise to any Contract A based tendering law duties or any other legal obligations arising out of any process contract or collateral contract. Neither the applicant or the City has, or will have, the right to make a claim of any kind, whatsoever, against the other, with respect to the award of a contract, the failure to award a contract, or the failure to honour a response to this listing.
All costs associated with the development / redevelopment of these properties including but not limited to roadway modifications, upgrading, modification/relocation of existing services, required by any new development / redevelopment will be borne by the Buyer.
These properties are being sold on a strictly "as is", "where is basis". Any representations or information regarding the size, configuration, dimensions, zoning, utility services, environmental quality/liability, soil conditions or developability with respect to the property are taken and relied upon at the Buyer's sole risk; the Buyer has an obligation to ascertain the accuracy of all such information.
GST is not included.
Once submissions are evaluated, the City will contact the applicant(s) who the City selects, to further negotiate and formalize a Sale and Development Agreement.
The Heritage Conservation unit provides a rehabilitation grant of up to 50% of eligible costs to a maximum of $75,000 in matching grants. In order to maximize the $75,000 grant, an owner would have to undertake a minimum of $150,000 in eligible rehabilitation work.
It is highly recommended that owners email the Heritage Conservation Unit prior to any rehabilitation work being undertaken.
As designated Municipal Historic Resources, the Oliver Heritage Buildings are legally protected from demolition or inappropriate alteration. Owners are required to undertake the proper rehabilitation of the buildings, in accordance with the applicable Designation Bylaw and the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada, and to the satisfaction of the Heritage Conservation Unit.
After the initial rehabilitation work is completed, an owner is eligible to access maintenance grants from the City on a 5-year cycle. These grants address the maintenance of the identified historic elements of the building, and are up to 1/3 of eligible costs, to a maximum of $10,000 in matching grants.
Designated Municipal Historic Resources also qualify for conservation grants from Alberta Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women. For more information, please see Historic Resource Conservation Grants.