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Introduction Background Study Area Building Heights FAR Draft ARP. Massing Study Process Max FAR Constraint Floor Heights 4 m (Ground) 3.2 m (residential) Footprint Assumptions Lot shape can be managed Aggregation will happen at some point Parking underground (2-3 levels)

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Introduction

    • Background
      • Study Area
        • Building Heights
        • FAR
        • Draft ARP
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Massing Study

    • Process
      • Max FAR
      • Constraint
        • Floor Heights 4 m (Ground) 3.2 m (residential)
        • Footprint
      • Assumptions
        • Lot shape can be managed
        • Aggregation will happen at some point
        • Parking underground (2-3 levels)
        • Foundation issues can be solved
        • Cost not an issue – land and building
        • Public space development resolved off site)
        • Phasing issues can be managed
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Introduction

    • Computer Model
      • Urban form suggestive of architecture
      • First model
      • Current model
        • ARP
        • Preference to Tower
          • Podium + Tower
        • Area, FAR
    • Model
      • Real time
      • Web accessible
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Ultimate Purpose
    • Hillhurst/Sunnyside: To prepare land use and urban design options to optimize redevelopment opportunities for medium to high density mixed use development in strategic locations within the study area boundaries. Variations in build-out densities and built form should be explored.
    • West LRT Line:To develop a high level land use structure and urban design strategy . identify pedestrian-oriented areas, auto-oriented areas and transition areas; establish design principles for public systems and urban design. (TOD Charettes – Draft Detailed Agenda V1.4)
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Design Precedent in Calgary
  • Proposed Zoning and Design Guidelines
    • Massing
      • Min and max floor plate
      • Heights
        • Max height for towers
        • Landmark building
      • FAR
      • Setbacks
      • Sun and Shade
    • Architectural Character
      • “Kensington is a village”
      • Historic Landmarks
    • Mix
      • Commercial / Retail
      • Residential
        • Affordability
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Introduction
      • Parking
        • Location
        • Min. footprint
      • Streetscape
        • Sidewalk width, 3 to 4.5 m
        • Public space plan
    • Future
      • Traffic
        • Local
        • Truck
        • Retail and commercial
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Introduction
    • Phasing
      • 5, 10, 20 years
        • Parcel aggregation
        • Which are the first sites to be developed under the new zoning
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Introduction
    • Design Concept
      • Design Precedent in Calgary
        • Massing
          • 2 Stories
          • 3 Stories
          • 4 Stories
          • 5 Stories
          • 6-8 Stories
          • Towers
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Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station
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Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station
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Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

Current

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Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

Proposed Massing

166,513 m sq ( 43,221 Commercial; 123,310 Residential)

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Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

Proposed Massing: Towers Above Second Story

175,944 m sq ( 45,110 Commercial, 130,834 Residential )

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36,911 m sq (13,027 Commercial, 23,885 Residential )

FAR for the Site 4.781

  • Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

20 Story Height Tower

St John’s Site: Early Concept

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37,406 m sq (15,619 Commercial, 21,787 Residential )

FAR for the site 4.85

  • Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

St John’s Site: No Towers

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35,001 m sq (17,507 Commercial 17,494 Residential )

FAR for the site 4.53

  • Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

St John’s Site: Towers and Street Concept

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35,001 m sq (17,507 Commercial 17,494 Residential )

FAR for the site 4.53

  • Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

St John’s Site: Towers, Street and Public Square Concept

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Study Area
    • To create a 3D-computer model that can be used for studying the visual impact of current and future development within close proximity of the Sunnyside LRT station

St John’s Site: Towers, Street and Public Square Concept

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