Future Projects

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Future Plans

CMLC was created to implement infrastructure improvements in the Rivers District. The varied and complex projects we've undertaken since 2007 range from raising the East Village floodplain to the construction of RiverWalk to master planning St. Patrick’s Island. While we've completed most major infrastructure projects, the CMLC team continues to fulfil important infrastructure mandates and assess future projects within the area. Click on link to view larger map. Enlarge map

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Cecil Hotel

In 2015, the Cecil Hotel was demolished after two due diligence investigations. The site is now being prepared for future development opportunities.  

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3rd street se public realm

In 2016, CMLC will undertake detailed design work on the 3rd street SE Public realm with construction of this multi-phased development expected to begin by the end of the year.

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riverwalk stage 2

Extending our much-celebrated riverside promenade past 9th Avenue SE to Victoria Park, RiverWalk Stage 2 will add two more kilometres to the pedestrian and cycling pathway described in the 2008 RiverWalk Master Plan. 

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West Village

In November 2015, CMLC announced they will assist the City of Calgary by conducting environmental evaluation of West Village. As the fully redeveloped and revitalized East Village now rises skyward, CMLC is assisting the City of Calgary by providing a comprehensive investigation and assessment of the extent of the environmental contamination of West Village in order to determine if the community can be transformed into a vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood.

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Broader Rivers DistricT

In 2016, CMLC will expand our focus to unlock placemaking potential in the broader Rivers District area.

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David D. Oughton School Site

CMLC is working with City of Calgary to acquire the land that formerly housed David D. Oughton School for redevelopment in the community Albert Park/ Radisson Heights. We are currently undergoing community engagement to explore possible future uses of the site – Have Your Say.