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Rezone area north of Rogers Place arena, generally between 105 Avenue and 106 Avenue, and from 102 Street to 104 Street.

The City received an application to rezone an area north of the Rogers Place arena, the area generally between 105 Avenue NW and 106 Avenue NW, and from 102 Street NW to 104 Street NW. The applicant is Stantec Consulting, representing the landowners ICE District Properties.

About the Project

The proposed rezoning would allow for the development of a high-density, mixed-use area with residential units, retail, and commercial space.

The application includes an amendment to the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP), to accommodate the rezoning. The ARP currently designates the area for high-rise development.

Public Engagement Session

Edmontonians were invited to a drop-in engagement session July 11, 2019 to learn more about the proposed rezoning.

The session provided an opportunity for residents to learn more about the proposed rezoning and share feedback with the City and the applicant. Feedback will be summarized in a report to City Council when the proposed rezoning goes to a future Public Hearing for a decision.

Meeting Materials

Display Boards
What We Heard Report

Proposed Rezoning Map

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Existing Zoning

The area is currently zoned under
Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan DC1 Area 1 - Precinct C.
This allows for residential, high-rise development up to 15 storeys.

Existing Statutory Plan

Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP)
The ARP designates this area as part of the Downtown North Edge Development Concept. Precinct “C” is designated for Transit Oriented Development / High-Density Residential.

Key Features of the Rezoning and Plan Amendment

The pre-application submission includes a site Vision.


“The subject lands are currently underutilized as they are either vacant or developed with surface parking. Recognizing the location of the lands within the North Edge, its proximity to Downtown Edmonton, the LRT network, and to Rogers Place, it is important to look a little bit out of the boundaries of our lands to ensure that the area is redeveloped more cohesively.

The vision for the area is to redevelop the lands to create a mixed use urban village with more of a focus on residential development to complement the arena and entertainment district to the south. The residential development will be developed in the form of high rise buildings. Commercial streets will be identified and developed into the base of residential with the opportunity for retail and office space.

Private and public open space will be integrated into the development to provide active and passive space for both the residents and the community.”

City Council Public Hearing Date

To be determined.

Request to Speak at a Council or Committee Meeting

Agendas are available approximately 3 weeks before the public hearing date. Anyone who wishes to speak at a public hearing can register online or call the City Clerk’s office at 780-496-8178.

Reference File Number


For More Information

Andrew McLellan

Title Planner II



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