LDA18-0733 Tower 106 - Downtown

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A colour rendering of a proposed tower of approximately 45 storeys in height, shown from a distance near ground level.

Image: Applicant rendering (subject to change)

***The discussion has concluded and a What We Heard Report is now available.***

Thank you for participating in engagement activities for this rezoning application.

The application is expected to go to City Council Public Hearing for a decision, with the exact date still to be determined. For more information, please visit these FAQs (External link) for Council meetings.

Because of public health issues, the City can't host an in-person public engagement event to share information and collect feedback, as usual. This page is to help you find out information and tell us what you think, instead of having an in-person meeting.

Please review the information on this page. Tell us what you think and ask any questions below, before the end of the day on May 17, 2021. We will use any feedback that you share to make sure our review of the application is as complete as possible, and will also summarize it for City Council so that they know your perspective prior to making a decision.

The City has received an application for a proposed rezoning at 10123 & 10145 - 106 Street NW.


The proposed rezoning from the Urban Warehouse Zone (UW) to a Site Specific Development Control Provision (DC2) would allow for the development of a residential tower with the following key characteristics:


  • A maximum height of 155 metres (approximately 45 storeys);

  • A maximum floor area ratio (FAR) of 13.5;

  • Up to 550 residential dwellings; and

  • 500 square metres of commercial space at ground level.


An accompanying application has been made to amend three maps in the Edmonton Zoning Bylaw associated with the Downtown Special Area to reflect the above proposed changes.


More information, including technical reports related to transportation, drainage, wind impacts and sun shadows can be found on the application page.


This application conforms to the Capital City Downtown Plan.

Image: Applicant rendering (subject to change)

***The discussion has concluded and a What We Heard Report is now available.***

Thank you for participating in engagement activities for this rezoning application.

The application is expected to go to City Council Public Hearing for a decision, with the exact date still to be determined. For more information, please visit these FAQs (External link) for Council meetings.

Because of public health issues, the City can't host an in-person public engagement event to share information and collect feedback, as usual. This page is to help you find out information and tell us what you think, instead of having an in-person meeting.

Please review the information on this page. Tell us what you think and ask any questions below, before the end of the day on May 17, 2021. We will use any feedback that you share to make sure our review of the application is as complete as possible, and will also summarize it for City Council so that they know your perspective prior to making a decision.

The City has received an application for a proposed rezoning at 10123 & 10145 - 106 Street NW.


The proposed rezoning from the Urban Warehouse Zone (UW) to a Site Specific Development Control Provision (DC2) would allow for the development of a residential tower with the following key characteristics:


  • A maximum height of 155 metres (approximately 45 storeys);

  • A maximum floor area ratio (FAR) of 13.5;

  • Up to 550 residential dwellings; and

  • 500 square metres of commercial space at ground level.


An accompanying application has been made to amend three maps in the Edmonton Zoning Bylaw associated with the Downtown Special Area to reflect the above proposed changes.


More information, including technical reports related to transportation, drainage, wind impacts and sun shadows can be found on the application page.


This application conforms to the Capital City Downtown Plan.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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    With 3 builds around the proposed parks, is there any consideration to not having all of them be 40+ stories? With all of the builds around that park, sun becomes an issue, and having high rises surrounding all the corners seems... uninviting.

    Lauren asked 6 months ago

    Thank you for the question.  As with the other recent applications, the City does review a Sun Shadow Study to understand the cumulative impact of all the potential new towers.  This information factors into Administration’s recommendation to City Council and the details are also provided to City Council for their consideration prior to making a decision.  The Sun Shadow Study for this proposal is available on the application webpage within the Urban Design Brief.