Another new tower is in the pipeline for the Oliver neighbourhood; dubbed simply as "Grandin Tower 2" for now, a 28-story, 88-metre tower by Westrich Pacific is proposed for the northwest corner of 100 Avenue and 112 Street, the latest to be added to the company's "Grandin City" proposals.
A representative from design firm Chris Dikeakos Architects presented their proposal to the Edmonton Design Committee Tuesday afternoon, showing a 210-unit residential tower that sits atop a podium of two residential townhouses facing 112 Street, and two retail bays that face 100 Avenue.
According to the presentation, the development will include approximately six underground levels of parking, which includes space for about 150 bicycles, as well as a dedicated space for a car share vehicle.
This latest proposal joins three others in the area near Grandin LRT station, collectively dubbed "Grandin City" by Westrich, and includes the contentious but recently-approved The View development. A fifth parcel of land further south on 112 Street is also included but has not yet had a proposal announced.
SkyriseEdmonton will continue to watch the progress of this proposal and others in Westrich's Grandin City vision. More information can be found in the project database or in our discussion forum, where you can join the conversation on this proposal. You can also let us know what you think of this latest proposal by leaving a comment below.
|Related Companies:||Chris Dikeakos Architects, Westrich Pacific Corp.|