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Proposed rezoning in Oliver for an apartment building

Residents are invited to an open house to provide feedback on the proposed rezoning of a site located on two parcels of land at 10135 118 Street NW from (DC1) Direct Development Control Provision to (DC2) Site Specific Development Control Provision.

Date:
Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Time:
7:00 p.m. - 9:00pm

Location:
Oliver School, 10227 - 118 Street NW

The proposed rezoning would allow for the opportunity to develop the current parking lot into a 45 metre (approximately 15 storeys) tall high-density apartment building with surface parking located at the rear of the building and an underground parkade.

An update to the map in the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) would also be required to reflect the rezoning.

The open house will be an opportunity to learn more about the proposal and provide feedback to the City and the applicant, IBI Group Inc. Feedback will be summarized in a report to City Council for a final decision on the rezoning.

For more information:
edmonton.ca/PublicInvolvementCalendar

Media contact:
Karen Burgess
Communications Advisor, Current Planning Branch
780-496-4908

Source: http://www.mailoutinteractive.com/Industry/View.aspx?id=779103&q=1004148034&qz=f50ff7
 
Rezoning up at council on Sept. 7:
http://sirepub.edmonton.ca/sirepub/mtgviewer.aspx?meetid=1687&doctype=AGENDA

FAR 6.0
108 units
Tower floorplate 650.0 m2
Has support from administration

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Meh, tucked behind a taller building facing Jasper and the height that is same to the rest of the area. This will have practically zero impact, rather see development elsewhere.
 
Reference ID: Job No 241206712-001
Description: To construct an Apartment Housing building (108 Dwellings).
Location: 10135 - 118 STREET NW
Plan 7261AB Blk 17 Lot 30
10135 - 118 STREET NW
Plan 7261AB Blk 17 Lot 29
Applicant: IBI GROUP
Status: To Be Assigned
Create Date: 2/13/2017 2:19:31 PM
Neighbourhood: OLIVER
 
According to their EDC submission, this one now has a name: Devonshire

B. APPLICATIONS
March 7, 2017
FORMAL PRESENTATION
B.1. 4:15 p.m.
Devonshire 10135 - 118 Street
(Development Permit Application #241206712-001)
IBI Group - Blaydon Dibben
10135 - 118 Street NW
Site legally described as:
Lots 29 and 30, Block 17, Plan 7261AB

https://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/documents/EDCAgendaMarch7.pdf
 
From the EDC Minutes:

FORMAL PRESENTATIONS
B.1. Devonshire 10135 - 118 Street (Development Permit Application)
IBI Group - Blaydon Dibben
10135 - 118 Street NW
Site legally described as:
Lots 29 and 30, Block 17, Plan 7261AB

P. Speary read the comments of the Development Planner.
MOVED: F. Cavaliere
Motion of support with conditions. Administrative Walk-On required.
● Create a more useable and defensible space for the front yard of the ground floor townhouses (i.e. consider possibly raising the main floor elevation from grade in order to differentiate the front yard from the public boulevard and sidewalk)
● Create further distinction between the front entrance of the building and the individual townhouses through the creation of an architectural hierarchy of importance for the various entrances
● Consider how the townhouses are integrated with the internal circulation of the building (i.e. underground parking access, mail services, trash disposal, amenity space, etc.)
● Consider the Winter Design Guidelines to inform the exterior design of the building, the entrance sequence from street to interior, connection to the street, and landscape
● Consider a reconfiguration of the entrance vestibule, west façade of the townhouses, and adjacent windows to allow more natural light into the second floor bedrooms of the townhouses (i.e. including moving the front facade of the townhouses further west and/or pushing the entrance vestibule exterior wall further east)
● Consider greater articulation of the design for the top of the tower
● Consider greater articulation of the details for the podium elements in order to create a greater distinction of the townhouse units from the tower and each other
● Re-examine the geometry of the ramp access to the underground parkade
● Provide safe access from the back lane visitor parking to the building entrance and lobby
● Submit a lighting plan, a signage plan, a materials board, and winter season renderings in order to illustrate the design intent of the building components relative to the overall composition of the project
SECONDED: A. Rowe
CARRIED
FOR THE MOTION: F. Cavaliere, C. Craig, D. Deshpande, M. Figueira, S. Kaznacheeva, R. Labonte, H, Mapstone, A. Rowe

https://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/documents/EDCMinutesMarch7.pdf
 

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