Life In Balance
Thank you to all in attendance at the PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING PROPOSED OAKMONT AREA STRUCTURE PLAN AMENDMENT AND LAND USE BYLAW AMENDMENT FOR 230 AND 250 BELLEROSE DRIVE, AND 300 ORCHARD COURT ST. ALBERT, AB, via Zoom Webinar on Oct 6, 2020.
For those unable to attend, or to review the Zoom Webinar, a recording has been
posted on our Blog.
Your input, by way of questions and comments, is appreciated and will be taken
into consideration as we continue to advance the redesign of Riverbank Landing.
Many of the changes seen in the redesign options stem from feedback we have
received to date from the residents of St. Albert
Boudreau Communities and the Design Team at Arc Studios will continue to review all input gathered, and farther develop the redesign of Riverbank Landing.
A redesigned application to amend the Oakmont Area Structure Plan (ASP) and Land Use Bylaw from Direct Control to Direct Control Mixed Use (DCMU) will be submitted to the City of St. Albert by Boudreau Communities Ltd. in the near future.
Again, we thank you for your role in the redesign of Riverbank Landing, a development that is sure to enrich the lives of many.
Two New Preliminary Design Options
Based on the feedback received so far from the first proposed design for Riverbank Landing, two preliminary design options have evolved and will be the starting point to gather opinions from St. Albertan’s regarding the redesign for Riverbank Landing. We’ve kept the best and changed the things we heard were concerning.
Building heights have been greatly reduced from 100 meters to a maximum of 50 meters.
Over All Density
The number of residential units has been reduce from 466 to a maximum ranging from 360 to 390 units. A reduction has also been made to the amount of commercial space.
With the reduction in residential units and commercial space the traffic to and from Riverbank Landing will be reduced.
We’ve Kept the Best!!!
Access to Greenspaces and Outdoors
This beings with pocket parks and a village square connected by on site walking paths for all of St. Albert to enjoy. Boudreau Communities will work with the City and the Province and attempt to connect the Red Willow Trail System on the north side of the river and add a launching point or dock to the river.
The Comforts in Life
A signature destination restaurant is still a big a part of Riverbank Landing as well as cafés, gourmet shops and the boutique shopping experience. And to provide the supports we need in life professional, medical, health and spa service will still have a place to set up shop.
Option “A” Highlights
-Unit count reduced to 360 to 399 from 466
-Tower heights reduced from 100 meters to 50 meters
-Condo building backing Oakmount reduced to 20 meters from 36
-Building 4 traffic access through Oakmount
-Commercial space reduced
-And all the features mentioned in “We’ve Kept The Best”
Option “B” Highlights
-Unit count reduced to 360 to 399 from 466
-Least amount of building mass over 33 meters due to stepped design
-Maximum 50 meters.
-Reduced off site shadows from Option A
-Single family townhouses and 2 story building provide a transition between existing homes
-Largest setbacks from all adjacent properties
-Larger amount of green space than Option A
-Larger Village Square with river views than Option A
-Building 2 steps back from the river
-Most efficient construction schedule
-And all the feature mentioned in “We’ve Kept The Best”
Share Your Ideas With Dave
In addition to completing the survey , Dave President of BCL, is interested in hearing what’s important to you in the design of Riverbank Landing. Email your ideas, thought or comments directly!
While Riverbank Landing is going through a redesign and will be smaller in height and density the vision for the lifestyle it will bring to St. Albert has not changed! Hear firsthand about the inspiration for a Live, Work, Play community.
A master planned, walkable community with the right balance of premium character residences, restaurants, boutique shops, entertainment, wellness and professional services and abundant access to nature, offers a healthy, modern urban lifestyle.
This balance is Riverbank Landing, a proposed mixed-use development situated on the banks of the Sturgeon River Valley on Bellerose Dr. St. Albert.
A vibrant, family friendly place to call home, set up shop and develop relationships. A place to meet up with friends, enjoy a meal, window shop, grab a coffee, sit, relax and unwind. A place to take in nature and breathe…Life in Balance
We all want to live our best life and do what’s right for the environment and those that come after us…Riverbank Landing makes that a little easier.
https://youtu.be/XLonHd7844wThank you to all in attendance at the PUBLIC INFORMATION...
Click link below to read the article on St. Albert...
Thank you to all those who completed the Riverbank Landing...
NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING PROPOSED OAKMONT AREA STRUCTURE PLAN AMENDMENT...