Construction Updates

FIRST STORE OPENINGS ANTICIPATED FOR SPRING 2019

Trinity has successfully received approval of its first two development permit
applications: one for the south portion of the Town Centre and the second for the east
half of the Gateway Centre. 
 
The Town Centre is the development area closest to Sarcee Trail. The project consists
of seven buildings including main street retail facing Na’a Drive with residential above.
Behind the main street, Calgarians will be able to shop at larger retail stores, including
Save-On- Foods, an anchor tenant for the development. Save-On- Foods will bring much
needed grocery shopping options to Trinity Hills and the surrounding communities.
  
Customers will be able to choose between surface and underground parking to access
their favourite stores. Trinity is targeting the third quarter of 2018 to begin construction
with store openings anticipated in the second and third quarters of 2019.
  
Construction is also slated to begin on the east half of the entertainment area, the
Gateway Centre, located at the new Bowfort Road interchange, near Canada Olympic
Park. The proposal will include a pedestrian oriented shopping street with restaurants
and retail, anchored by both Good Life Fitness and the outdoor lifestyle store MEC
(Mountain Equipment Co-op). 
  
The majority of parking will be structured below grade with additional opportunities for
on-street parking. The proposal will include a bridge linking both east and west halves of
the Gateway Centre over Canada Olympic Drive. Construction is also expected to
commence in the third quarter of 2018 with store openings in the third and fourth
quarters of 2019.
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Keeping you informed

We’re committed to providing important information to our neighbours. Check this page for important updates as construction progresses.
 

SARCEE TRAIL INTERCHANGE OPEN AND FULLY OPERATIONAL

The TransCanada Highway (TCH) – Sarcee Trail Interchange project is open and operational.
 
Commuters may notice some finishing touches being tended to as we complete clean up and landscaping this spring. The pathway underpass and public access road into the new development are the only small projects left to finish.
 
The City of Calgary is continuing to work on the rehabilitation of the existing TCH overpass structure. Temporary construction traffic conditions will be in place over the bridge and its approaches until the project’s completion in the fall of 2018
 
Trinity plans to have access to the Medicine Hill community open to the public by late 2018.
 

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