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Jasper Avenue between 109 Street and 124 Street is changing. Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP), consolidated in May 2016, builds on the existing character of Oliver as a blend of housing types and forms oriented toward a range of households, while increasing flexibility for mixed-use development opportunities. The plan also calls for the development of a high quality pedestrian oriented commercial corridor along Jasper Avenue as well as infrastructure for cyclists.

The change in the ARP has resulted in an explosion of transformative projects along the roadway that once constructed will bring more people to the neighbourhood, enhance street-level vitality and boost economic activity of the area.

Commercial Development

The Pearl
The Pearl on Jasper Avenue is a condo development in the Oliver neighbourhood. Towering over adjacent buildings, its 36 stories make it Edmonton’s tallest residential building.

The Pearl

Mayfair Village North
Set right at the eastern edge of the Imagine Jasper Ave project boundary, the Mayfair Village North project will create 237 rental units in a 10 story structure. The main level will feature retail space.

Mayfair Village North

Canadian Western Bank Main Branch building
The 28,000 square foot new CWB branch at 122 Street replaces the old main branch building at 11350 Jasper Avenue and offers expanded business and personal banking services. It has underground parking and is a LEED® Canada Certification candidate.

CW Bank

Our Parents’ Home
Opened in 2015, Our Parents’ Home at 119 Street and Jasper Avenue is a 14 story senior’s high-rise community with 130 supported or independent living, one and two bedroom suites.

Our Parents' Home

The Emerald
From the same developers as the Pearl, the Emerald will become Edmonton's tallest residential building at 45 stories. Currently in pre-construction, it will be built on the northeast corner of 114 Street and Jasper Avenue.

The Emerald

Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) plans to replace its office on 120 Street and Jasper Avenue with a 35-storey apartment building that would be accessible to the blind. The CNIB plans to use the bottom floors as new office space, and rent the apartments on the upper floors.


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