New Renderings for Quarry Bay's Riddell Kurczaba Architecture-designed Brentwood Commons reveal a more integrated relationship between each of the mixed-use development's five structures than existed previously. Consisting of three residential buildings, an office block, and a gas station, Brentwood Commons will blend a mix of urban and suburban landforms - an appropriate balance given the project's Brentwood address. 

Brentwood Commons, image via Quarry Bay

Visible above, the latest renderings of the project show an essentially circular arrangement, the height of the project as a whole increasing steadily from one end of the development to the other. Starting from north (left) side of the site, the gas station will sit in-between the oblong, family-friendly mid-rise structure (top), and the 5-storey office/retail block (bottom). Across the parking lot to the south (right) side of the property, the two high-rise residential towers, interconnected at ground level, will round out the development reaching 23 and 40 storeys respectively. 

Brentwood Commons, alternate view, image via Quarry Bay

Projected to include as many as 500 residential units, Brentwood Commons will inject a great deal of pedestrian vibrancy to the area, the added office and retail components to fill in the rest of the development, and serve the surrounding neighbourhood. Located just steps away from Brentwood Station alongside Crowchild Trail NW (Hwy 1A), residents will be well-connected to transit and the downtown core. Set for completion by 2022, Brentwood Commons is still some ways away, the transformative project soon to become a part Calgary's ongoing suburban redevelopment. 

SkyriseCalgary will be sure to return to this project as progress continues. For more information, check out the associated Database file and Forum thread, and as always, feel free to join the conversation in the comments section below. 

Related Companies:  Quarry Bay Investments, Riddell Kurczaba Architecture