The City of Edmonton is partnering with Homeward Trust to build supportive housing in Westmount. Learn more about similiar developments in Inglewood, King Edward Park, Terrace Heights and Wellington.   

Public engagement on a Good Neighbour Plan for the Westmount site took place in spring 2021. Read the  What We Heard Report .

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Site Information

Address: 11039, 11045 and 11049 130 Street NW (City-owned parcels)

Number of Units: 54

Height: Maximum of 14.5 metres (approximately 4 storeys) 

Zoning: RA7 (low rise apartment zone)

Operator: To be selected by Homeward Trust through a competitive process in Fall 2021

Site Activity

Update — July 2021

Pile installation and foundation work are complete. Construction on main floor columns, elevator and stair cores, and second-floor structural slabs will take place in July and August. Work is progressing as per the current project schedule with completion by the end of 2021.

Previous Updates

Hazardous material was safely removed from the buildings before demolition. The removal of trees was completed in adherence to the Corporate Tree Management Policy that ensures growth, sustainability, acquisition, stewardship, maintenance, protection and preservation of Edmonton's Urban Forest.

The City and its partners adhere to the Community Standards Bylaw (Construction Activities, P. 12) and will keep noise at or under acceptable level thresholds.

Design Update

Homeward Trust and the City are pleased to share the final design renderings for Edmonton’s new supportive housing developments. The buildings were designed by GEC Architecture, one of Edmonton’s leading design firms. Learn more about the design process

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