What's coming to the heart of Liberty Village
In just a few decades, what was once a collection of time-worn buildings on forgotten lands has been transformed into an eclectic, urban hotspot. Today, Liberty Village is a meld of upscale residential, statement-making workspaces and hip hang-outs.
First Capital is excited to share its vision for the redevelopment of 61 Hanna Avenue, 75 Hanna Avenue, and 120 Lynn Williams Street.
The Proposal will intensify this underdeveloped site in Liberty Village to deliver a mixed use development that includes office, retail and residential uses. A new public park will sit at the heart of Liberty Village, providing a focal point for the development and the entire Liberty Village community.
The development will reshape and define the site as the new heart of Liberty Village, knitting the site into the fabric of the surrounding neighbourhood.
New Public Park
Snooker St Extension & Other Public Realm Elements
The Consultation Process
Working with the Community
We're kicking off our extensive community consultation process. First Capital employs a variety of community consultation techniques to include everyone in the development process.
Community members can anticipate a mix of the following tools over the coming stages of the development application.
We've built this website as your one stop shop for information and updates on the development.
Townhalls & other public consultation meetings where you can provide direct input.
We'll bring the experts and planners in for public and private question & answer sessions.
Online polls, surveys and a dedicated contact box to get your suggestions, ideas and concerns!
When new information becomes available, we'll find the community online via social media to keep them informed.
You can sign up for our email updates on this development project to be the first to know of new details.
Shops @ King Liberty
The proposed development includes the following elements:
Block A at 75 Hanna Avenue is proposed as a 4 storey office podium with retail at grade and two residential towers at 29 and 34 storeys.
Block B at 120 Lynn Williams Street is proposed as a 7 storey podium with retail at grade and the second level and a 33 storey residential tower above.
Approximately 41% of the site area is devoted to public realm elements - the Public Park, the Snooker Street Extension, the Promenade, and the Urban Plaza.