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Proposed rezoning along 104 Street NW north of Jasper Avenue NW to allow for a high-rise, mixed-use tower.

A planning application has been received for land located along 104 Street NW north of Jasper Avenue NW.  This proposal includes 10145 and 10149 104 Street NW.  

The proposed rezoning, from Heritage Area Zone (HA) and Special Area Downtown Overlay to Site-Specific Development Control Provision (DC2), would allow for the development of a mixed-use tower with commercial/retail uses within the lower base structure, and hotel and residential uses within the tower above. The site is currently functioning as a two-storey commercial building and surface parking lot. 

Public Engagement

Public events and online opportunities will allow residents, communities, businesses and industry representatives to provide input throughout the process.

View the public engagement activities, history and reports.

About the Application

Rezoning

The proposed rezoning would change the rules about which buildings and activities could happen on this site.  

Existing Zoning 

Heritage Area Zone (HA)
Special Area Downtown Overlay

Proposed Zoning

Draft Site Specific Development Control Provision (DC2).

Text Amendment

Section 910 of the Zoning Bylaw contains two appendices which will require amending to accommodate the rezoning. 

Key Features of the Proposal

  • A maximum height of 115 metres (approximately 34 storeys) 
  • A maximum of 295 dwellings
  • A maximum Floor Area Ratio of 17.0
  • A maximum tower floor plate of 700 sq. m 
  • Parking provided underground

Public Amenity Contributions

For a complete list of contributions being contemplated, please see the Draft Site Specific Development Control Provision (DC2).

Land Uses

Apartment Housing 
General Retail Stores
Health Services
Hotels
Restaurants

For a complete list of proposed uses, please see the Draft Site Specific Development Control Provision (DC2).

Technical Reports Under Review

Technical reports submitted by the applicant are currently under review by the City to determine the technical feasibility of the proposal.

They include a Traffic Impact Assessment, Drainage Servicing Report, Environmental Site Assessment, Sun Shadow Study, Pedestrian Wind Statement and an Arborist’s Report. 

Once these reports have been accepted as accurate by City staff, they will be published on this web page.

City Council Public Hearing Date

To be determined.

More information about Public Hearings and how to register to speak can be found on the Council and Committee Meetings webpage

Reference File Number: 

LDA18-0628

For More Information

Stuart Carlyle

Title Planner
Telephone

780-496-6068

Email stuart.carlyle@edmonton.ca

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