1445 17 Street NW
This Agricultural (AG) land is being analyzed for low density residential, row housing and medium density residential developments.
Project Phase: Analysis
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As Edmonton grows to a city of 2 million people, the City’s Land Development team plans, designs and delivers residential land for sale in greenfield and infill neighbourhoods to increase the housing stock and encourage housing affordability.
This ranges from low, medium to high density development that will aid in creating denser, vibrant and diverse neighbourhoods.
13007 128 Avenue NW
This application proposes to rezone portions of 13107 - 128 Avenue, 13023 - 128 Avenue, 13019 128 Avenue and 13007 - 128 Avenue, from AJ (Alternative Jurisdiction Zone) and AP (Public Parks Zone) to RA7 (Low Rise Apartment Zone) and AP (Public Parks Zone), and to close the N-S 130 Avenue road right-of-way into 2 parts, to be consolidated with the proposed subdivided parcels, to create 1 multi-family lot and 1 large park site. The intent of this application is to allow for a multi-unit affordable or supportive housing development and to designate the remainder of the area as park.
207 Warwick Road
This surplus school site was approved by City Council for the First Place Housing Program in 2006. The City is currently working to sell the site to Landmark, and once sold, Landmark will carry out the design and development of the site. Once completed, individual units will be available for sale to the public.
Edmonton Exhibition Lands is a major transformative redevelopment project in the heart of northeast Edmonton. The area will be redeveloped in phases to create a vibrant, safe, accessible, sustainable and inclusive urban community with a mix of commercial, residential and open space uses.
Parcels 1A and 1B are currently being subdivided for sale. See public listings - Edmonton Exhibition Lands.
The City owns approximately 61 acres of commercial and industrial land and 243 acres of residential land which will be developed over 16 phases in this neighbourhood. In order to progress development, the City will be submitting an amendment to the Goodridge Corners NASP in 2023.
Phase 3 will be subdivided to make way for 112 units of Residential Mixed Dwelling development. Design will occur in Q2 of 2023.
The Phase 3 Rezoning (Charter Bylaw 20465) was approved by City Council on May 15, 2023.
3408 Riverbend Road NW
On February 1, 2021, Executive Committee (item 6.9) passed a motion directing Administration to evaluate a building location at the east side of Henderson Estates Park, adjacent to Riverbend Road, as an alternative to the existing surplus school site.
The site will be developed as a mix of market and non-market medium density housing. The community will be informed in advance of any development plans and public engagement opportunities.
Heritage Valley Town Centre
The City owns approximately 119 acres of land in Heritage Valley Town Center. 55 acres will be dedicated as municipal reserve for the District Park and the remainder is planned for a storm water management facility, future LRT alignment, utility lots and a mix of commercial and high density residential.
Servicing design has been ongoing for the saleable lots, school site and the park. The City started grading in 2022. The remainder of construction expected to start in Q2 2023 with completion in 2024.
Rezoning (Charter Bylaw 20324) and the associated amendments to the Heritage Valley NASP (Bylaw 20323) were approved by City Council on December 6, 2022.
Redevelopment of two RF1 Single Family Lots, to create five Low Density Infill Zone (RF2) lots and one Small Scale Infill Development (RF3) zone for sale in a future public property offering. Working alongside Building Great Neighbourhoods, servicing construction is anticipated to begin in Q3 2023.
Rezoning (Charter Bylaw 19937) was approved by Council on January 23, 2023.
1035 Webber Greens Drive
This site is being analyzed for development potential under the existing Row Housing (RF5) zone and a possible public sale offering.
A council report detailing the timelines and next steps of development was presented at Urban Planning Committee on June 1, 2023. The report was received for information
1233 96 Avenue
River Crossing is the transformational redevelopment of West Rossdale. This project will see the creation of new public spaces that support our connection to and through the river valley, celebrate 10,000 years of Indigenous placemaking and gathering, and invest in the rehabilitation and reuse of the historic Rossdale Power Plant.
Land Development will advance the community redevelopment components of the River Crossing vision including investments in the transportation network and upgrading servicing to enhance connectivity and catalyze private investment that will see the creation of up to 2,654 new households. River Crossing is guided by the Council-approved River Crossing Business Plan and Heritage Interpretive Plan.
A council report related to the governance structure that includes Indigenous communities with historic ties to Ross Flats was presented to the Executive Committee on June 23, 2023. The report was received for information.
This is not intended to be a full, comprehensive list of all Land Development projects. Only active Land Development projects are displayed. Historical projects and projects under review are excluded.