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The application proposes to return the area back to its original grid pattern with 102 Street to be opened from 105 Avenue to 106 Avenue as well as complete the bike network along 104 Street to the north. Improvements to all streets in the area will upgrade the public realm to provide activation and people back to the streets.
Within the Village at ICE District, 102 Street as well as 105 Avenue are intended to be more commercial focused streets at grade and residential/office uses above. With its connection to Downtown, commercial uses will continue to frame the street. Commercial and retail uses are proposed at grade with extended frontage zones allowing restaurants and cafes to spill out with seating opportunities and for retailers to provide display areas while still providing ample space for pedestrians to walk and gather. Commercial uses are to have increased transparency and direct access to the street allowing for easy access and visibility in and out of the storefronts.
The residential and mixed streets are proposed along 103 Street, 104 Street, and 106 Avenue. The residential and mixed streets are intended to be more residential focused with opportunities for residential related uses as well as limited commercial uses to be integrated at grade. Residential uses are to provide individual accesses at grade with uses such as townhouses. Where commercial uses are provided, increased transparency and at grade accesses are required. Above the residential and commercial uses will be additional residential. The residential uses along 106 Avenue will also help in providing a more sensitive transition to the residential uses to the north of 106 Avenue.
The proposed shared street runs east – west approximately along 105A Avenue. Anchored by the MacEwan LRT Station Park to the west and the new park to the east, the shared street provides opportunities for active linkages through the site. The shared street is intended to create a space for all modes of transport, however with priority given to the pedestrian. The shared street is intended to include special treatment through methods such as but not limited to different types of pavers, stamped concrete, etc. and either a rolled or no curb to create a seamless street. Adjacent uses are encouraged to front and activate the shared street to both enliven the street and provide eyes on the street with uses such as cafes, patios, and
outdoor displays. The shared street also provides opportunities for events and festivals to occur in this area. The shared street can be closed to vehicular traffic for special events and activities, provided an extended space along this corridor.
Development is proposed to start in the northwest corner of the site in proximity to 106 Avenue and 103 Street. The first stage of development is proposed in this area due to the ability to tie into existing services as well as accessibility and visibility to the bordering roadways connecting the site north, east and west. As development continues it is anticipated to move south and east. Development to the west may be delayed depending on the City’s requirement for a surface parking lot for Emergency Services. The parking lot is currently located on 103 Street, however there are opportunities for the parking to be relocated to 104 Street (between 105 Avenue and 106 Avenue). Due to the size of the site, development will occur over an extended time frame with anticipated build out in approximately 15 years. The time frame is market dependent.