Development Projects – Bridgeland

Bridgeland Place Redevelopment

Bridgeland Redevelopment Rendering
Bridgeland Redevelopment Rendering

The Bridgeland Place project at 736 McDougall Court N.E., managed by Calgary Housing, represents a transformative initiative aimed at inclusive urban redevelopment and community revitalization.

Located in the vibrant Bridgeland Riverside neighbourhood, this project aims to transform an aging 1971 housing infrastructure into modern, affordable dwellings that foster a sense of belonging and opportunity for residents.

This redevelopment will introduce approximately 195 modern, affordable housing units, with a mix of unit sizes to accommodate the diverse needs of housing in Calgary. The design will incorporate strategies from innovative energy-efficient design features to accessible amenities and services to contribute to long-term affordability and a better quality of life for residents.

Following over 50 years of service, the building was closed in early 2023 to prepare for a comprehensive redevelopment. Interior demolition is slated to commence in Fall 2024, followed closely by the redesign phase.

As plans evolve, the Bridgeland community will be actively engaged, ensuring that the redevelopment not only meets the needs of future residents but also contributes to the overall resilience and vibrancy of the neighborhood. This project is not just about constructing a building; it’s about nurturing a sense of belonging and dignity, empowering individuals and families to thrive and contribute to the social fabric of their community.

Property Details

Project Name: Bridgeland Place
Location: McDougall Court NE
Community: Bridgeland
Type: Highrise Tower
Number of homes: Approx. 195
Number of Calgarians served: Approx. 500
Project: Complete regeneration
Schedule: Demolition – 2024; Construction start anticipated in 2025.
Ownership: City of Calgary
Funder: City of Calgary, Government of Alberta, Government of Canada

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In early 2024 we will be reaching out to residents to gather your experiences, opinions, and ideas to inform our Anti-Racism Strategy.

You can participate by:

  • Completing the survey that will be distributed in early 2024
  • Volunteer to join a focus group (this will be available through the survey)


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