Developer's highrises would add 800 residential units to downtown Edmonton
Despite Alberta’s economic downturn, two Edmonton developers are starting plans for a project that could see four residential towers about 28 storeys tall built downtown.
But the ambitious development is also proposed for land where unique Spanish-style apartments now sit.
The development would likely include two towers, each about 85 to 90 metres high, on Jasper Avenue east of 108th Street, and two similar-size towers north of Jasper on 108th Street, said Kevin McKee, president of Pangman Development Corp.
Each pair of towers would be linked by a two- or three-storey base with commercial space, and the total project would contain approximately 800 units, said McKee, whose firm is acting as development manager for owners John Day and Maclab Enterprises.
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