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Take A Look: Local developers present development plans

May 14, 2013

Project proposal for the vacant site at the corner of Mission Road and 34th Ave. Click for larger view (1.6mb .pdf).


Assured Communities and Calgary Urban Equities have assembled a development team who’ve created an exciting proposal for the vacant site at the corner of Mission Road and 34th Ave.  With feedback from surrounding communities as well as the municipality, the team presented their revised plans at the Parkhill Stanley Park Community Hall on May 14, 2013.  Using the 2011 Mission Road Charrette results as a guide, the plan features progressive design, multiple residential types, commercial space and provision for future adaptive uses.  If you missed the presentation, you can request information from


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    This is the moment we’ve all been planning towards.

    Beginning Wednesday, June 15, 2011, citizens, landowners, and City staff sat down with an international consulting team to translate years worth of lessons learned into a plan for healthy growth along Mission Road. Just as important, they used this week-long planning workshop as a test run for how Calgary's residents, business people, and government might better go about charting the future of our neighbourhoods together.

    That’s why we’ve described this project as: Neighbours on a mission. In reality, we’re all neighbours. And we have to work together to get where we want to go. Read more here.