Construction has kicked into high gear at the corner of Stony Plain Road and 142nd Street, no longer a languishing construction site, but a frenetic community in the making. Beaverbrook Developments' infill division, InHouse, has been watching the West Block project rise above Glenora since May 2017. The 16-storey 100 West Block is the first of a multi-building development to get moving, and as it quickly approaches its pinnacle, its first tower level is now being dressed in window wall.

100 West Block and ghosted future phases, image via InHouse

According to a sticker slapped to the West Block website, the inaugural 60-unit residential tower is 65 percent sold. All suites are equipped with large kitchen islands and oversized terraces — many of them size in between 1,600 and 2,000 square feet, providing couples and young families with additional space.

100 West Block nears its pinnacle, image by Forum contributor Daveography

The lower levels of the GEC Architecture-designed 100 West Block will include commercial space. Offices will spread across the second floor, while retail will animate the bordering streets on the ground level. Components of the rest of the site are also being secured for commercial use, primarily 300 West Block, a three-storey building planned to be erected to the east. A future residential tower could climb to a 24-storey height at the corner of Stony Plain Road and 140 Street.

Window wall applied to 100 West Block, image by Forum contributor Daveography

A public plaza in the centre of the site knits the southern half of the site to the north half, which will host another residential tower and a stacked townhome complex in future phases. Existing single family homes at the northeast quadrant of the property will remain untouched.

100 West Block under construction, image by Forum contributor Daveography

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Related Companies:  Beaverbrook Developments, GEC Architecture