Southwood Corner Redevelopment
Sable Developments and Rick Balbi Architects Ltd. are planning to redevelop the Southwood Corner site. The proposal is to add an additional three storeys of seniors' independent living above the No Frills to Fabricland portion of the mall; as well as a two storey (three storeys including the ground level) parkade to the south of the building.
The application is in submission with the City of Calgary as work is being completed on the Traffic Impact Assessment. Continue checking the City’s website for any updates on when comments may been presented to the file manager. The application number is LOC2017-0255.
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Project FAQ and additional drawings
Rick Balbi, the architect for the Southwood Corner redevelopment project, has provided information related to questions and concerns raised by the community at a number of meetings. The information is related to what is being sought for the redevelopment of the property, as well as additional drawings showing the project's shadow study and other figures. Read the letter and view the drawings here.
In the November 2017 Newsletter, the description for the Southwood Corner Redevelopment read as follows:
"...Their proposal is to add an additional 3 storeys of seniors independent living above the No Frills to Fabricland portion of the mall; as well as a 2 storey (3 storeys including the ground level) to the south of the building."
The 2 storeys (3 from ground level) to the south of the building will remain as the parkade. The plans for this have not changed.
September 7, 2017 - There was an initial meeting between Sable Developments Inc., the Southwood Home Owners' Committee, and other affected neighbours. Read the report here.
August 30, 2017 - Becky Poschmann, the Director of Development for the Community Association, along with the Southwood Committee Pat Befus, Brooke Dillon, and Rick Vigrass, held a meeting with neighbours in close proximity to the site to provide information regarding the project and discuss their questions and concerns. Read the report here.