The City has received a planning application to rezone property at 5340 Admiral Girouard Street NW.
The proposed rezoning fromto the would allow for the development of a 23-metre tall (approximately 6 storey) apartment with the opportunity for limited street-level commercial uses, such as child care services, general retail stores, health services, and professional, financial and office services.
An associated application to amend the Griesbach Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan is also being proposed to re-designate a portion of the Mixed-use Centre to Medium Density Residential land use. If approved, this change would increase the maximum height allowed on the site from 4 storeys to 6 storeys.
Share Your Feedback
Edmontonians are invited to share their feedback on the proposed rezoning online from April 26-May 18 through the .
Input from Edmontonians will be used to ensure the City’s review of the application is as complete as possible. Feedback will also be summarized in the report to City Council when the proposed rezoning goes to a future City Council Public Hearing for a decision.
Site and Policy Context
The site is located within the southwestern portion of the Griesbach neighbourhood. The site is currently zoned Griesbach Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan.and allows for a limited range of low-intensity interim land uses, as explained in the
The site is next to lands zonedto the south and to the west. The CB2 zone allows for commercial uses with limited residential uses, while the DC2 Provision allows for a limited range of low-intensity and interim land uses.
This site is within a 200-metre radius of the future Metro Line NW LRT Extension at Castle Downs Road and 137 Avenue. The Metro Line will extend from Churchill LRT Station in downtown Edmonton to Campbell Road near St. Albert. The future station development will be guided by the Transit-Oriented Development Guidelines (TOD). The Castle Downs Road and 137 Avenue sites are identified as neighbourhood LRT stations within the guidelines. The guidelines will help residents and community groups understand the nature of development that could occur close to LRT stations and transit centres.
Edmonton’s new City Plan sets the strategic direction for growth, mobility systems, open spaces, employment, and social networks, generally touching most aspects of Edmonton's life. The City Plan identifies 137 Avenue as a primary corridor: a prominent urban street designed for living, working and moving. It serves as a destination in itself but also provides critical connections throughout the city and beyond. Primary corridors include a wide range of activities supported by mixed-use development and mass transit.
Council Public Hearing Date: To be determined
Reference File Number: LDA21-0090
Planner: Email Vivian Gamache or call 780-944-0122