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CALGARY’S COMMUNITY. MINDFULLY MADE.

THE FUTURE OF URBAN RETAIL

IN NORTHWEST CALGARY

CONTACT:

Rob Walker Colliers International Senior Vice President & Partner 403-298-0422 [email protected] www.colliers.com/calgary

Erin Wallace West Campus Development Trust Director of Real Estate 587-747-5289 [email protected] www.myuniversitydistrict.ca

4 acre central park is the open space heart and gem of the community. The park is framed with mixed-use landmark buildings that accentuate the views and animate the area surrounding the park and plaza.

CALGARY’S COMMUNITY. MINDFULLY MADE.

8.74 MILLION TOTAL SQUARE FEET

245,000

RETAIL SQUARE FEET

University District is a comprehensive, 184-acre master-planned community located in northwest Calgary. The neighbourhood plan applies the best ideas in urban design, intelligently adapted to our local urban fabric. The University District sits in one of the city’s high density employment areas outside of downtown, in an area that is currently underserviced by retail. Upon full buildout, University District will add over 6,000 homes and a population of 15,000 people and jobs. The community will provide a wide selection of new community amenities including grocery, pharmacy, daycare, restaurants, retailers, professional and personal service providers. Residents of the University District will be able to fulfill everyday shopping needs within a short walking distance of their homes and the community which will create a new vibrant retail node for the surrounding communities.

7 MILLION

RESIDENTIAL SQUARE FEET

This premiere retail experience, combined with diverse housing choices, class A office space, hotel and 40 acres of natural green space and trails, make this community the source for Calgary’s most connected and complete urban lifestyle.

1.5 MILLION

OFFICE SQUARE FEET

*APPROXIMATE SQUARE FOOTAGE.

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LOCATION

BRIGHT URBAN VITALITY Close to Calgary’s downtown core University District is in one of northwest Calgary’s most desirable locations – the 184 acres of inner city land bounded by TransCanada Hwy, Shaganappi Trail, 32nd Ave, and University of Calgary main campus. With direct access to key traffic arteries, and some of Calgary’s finest communities within easy walking distance, University District is the ideal spot for a new urban experience – and the perfect location for a thriving new node of smart retail and services.

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AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY

DALHOUSIE

VARSITY

CALGARY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 20 Minutes

BRENTWOOD Brentwood LRT

MARKET MALL

18,000 TRAFFIC COUNT 83,000 TRAFFIC COUNT

32ND AVENUE

OUTDOOR CENTRE

DEVELOPMENT SITE NEW ENTRANCE VIA SHAGANAPPI TRAIL

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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS

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SECONDARY TRAFFIC ROADS

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23,000 TRAFFIC COUNT

MAJOR TRAFFIC ROADS

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BANFF 90 Minutes

University LRT

OLYMPIC OVAL

2016 Construction Completion

MONTGOMERY

UOFC MAIN CAMPUS

The community promotes green methods of transportation and by design will remain convenient for customers who visit by car. The site is accessible from the TransCanada Highway, Shaganappi Trail, 32nd Ave, and 24th Ave. A 15 minute walk to the University LRT station and in close proximity to Brentwood and Banff Trail LRT stations. There are currently 3 bus stops located on the site with 2 more stops expected to be added in the future.

MCMAHON STADIUM

Banff Trail LRT

18,000 TRAFFIC COUNT

TRANSPORTATION 3 LRT Stations 4 Bus Routes Retail-Friendly Transit Strategy

ST. ANDREWS HEIGHTS

40,000 TRAFFIC COUNT

FOOTHILLS MEDICAL CENTRE

WEST HILLHURST

EXISTING BUS STOPS FUTURE BUS STOPS

PARKDALE

SIGNALIZED ALL TURNS ACCESS SIGNALIZED 3 WAY ACCESS ACCESS (EXIT OFF OF 16TH AVENUE)

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY MAIN CAMPUS 5,000 faculty & staff 31,000 students 10,000 continuing education students

DOWNTOWN 10 Minutes

MARKET MALL Regional shopping centre 940,000 GFA FOOTHILLS MEDICAL CENTRE 15,000 employees 1,800 physicians 1,000 volunteers 700,000 outpatient visits per year

ALBERTA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL 1,300 employees 360,000 outpatient visits per year FOOTHILLS ATHLETIC CENTRE Ultimate frisbee, soccer, tennis, little league baseball, track and field, rinks, volleyball, aquatics MCMAHON STADIUM 37,000 seats OLYMPIC OVAL ‘The Fastest Ice on Earth’ 2,000 seat ice rink UNIVERSITY OUTDOOR CENTRE The largest centre of its kind in North America: 30 unique activities and skills 20,000 clients

Numbers – 2013 average daily weekday traffic volume. Source: City of Calgary.

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TRADE AREA POPULATION PROJECTIONS Within 1 km

Within 3 km

Within 5 km

2015 estimates

1,807

22,627

65,699

2020 estimates

4,457*

27,802*

74,748*

2025 estimates

7,150**

33,226**

83,167**

TRADE AREA – North

*estimates 2,500 University District Residents **estimates 5,000 University District Residents

CALGARY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 20 Minutes

DALHOUSIE

POPULATION: 10,000 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $124,138

2015 DAYTIME POPULATION AT WORK Within 1 km

Within 3 km

Within 5 km

4,213

51,711

155,931

DRIVE TIME: 5 min

BRENTWOOD

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT

VARSITY

POPULATION: 15,000 PROJECTED AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $104,513

BANFF 90 Minutes

TRADE AREA DEMOGRAPHICS 2014 Population

25,427

2014 Average Income

$126,686

2014 to 2017 Change in Average Household income

$15,336

UofC CAMPUS

TRADE AREA – West

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT TRADE AREA – East

POPULATION: 3,900

TRADE AREA POPULATION BY AGE

MONTGOMERY

AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $129,059 DRIVE TIME: 4 min

Age

Total

Total Population

25,427

0 to 9 years

2,273

8.9%

10 to 19 years

1,998

7.9%

20 to 29 years

4,904

19.3%

30 to 39 years

4,458

17.5%

40 to 49 years

2,299

11.8%

AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $138,853

50 to 59 years

3,273

12.9%

DRIVE TIME: 4 min

60 to 69 years

2,298

9.0%

70 to 79 years

1,588

6.3%

80+ years

1,636

6.4%

Median age – total

37.6

4

% of Total Population

AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $88,144

POPULATION: 2,900

DRIVE TIME: 5 min

TRADE AREA – South

PARKDALE

ST. ANDREWS HEIGHTS

POPULATION: 6,700

DOWNTOWN 10 Minutes

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Signalized all turns access point from Shaganappi Trail.

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COMMUNITY CONCEPT VARSITY 32nd Avenue

NORTHERN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY MAIN CAMPUS

MAIN STREET & CENTRAL PARK

PROFESSIONAL DISTRICT

ALBERTA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS

MONTGOMERY

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FOOTHILLS MEDICAL CENTRE

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RETAIL OPPORTUNITY GROSS LEASABLE AREA:

OPPORTUNITIES:

Phase 1 – 100,000 sq ft Phase 2 – 145,000 sq ft

Grocery Store Pharmacy Restaurants and Cafes Financial Services Sporting Goods Home Décor Hardware Professional/Personal Services Fitness Hotel Specialty Foods General Merchandise

PARKING

SHOPPING

CO M

INMENT DISTRICT RTA TE N E ESSITIES NEC TY I UN RESTAURANT/ M

SHOPS, CAFES & RESTAURANTS

SHOPS, CAFES & RESTAURANTS

RETAIL/CAFES

PHARMACY

RETAIL

Phase 1 – Anticipated parking ratio of 4 stalls per 1,000 sq ft Phase 2 – Anticipated parking ratio of 3 stalls per 1,000 sq ft upon neighborhood buildout

HOTEL RETAIL/CAFES

TIMING

Phase 1 – 2018 Possession MARKET PLACE

CAFES & RESTAURANTS

RETAIL

ZONING

DC C-COR1 (Mixed Retail/Residential)

GROCERY STORE LOCATION

LEASE RATE

Please contact Colliers

Mixed Use Urban Village 245,000 Retail sq. ft 35,000 to 40,000 sq. ft Grocery Store Space 3.5 Parking Stalls per 1,000 sq. ft.

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LAND USE MAP

LEGEND

184 Acres Total Area

BUILT FORM LAND USE

Over 6,000 Homes

M-G & DC (M-G) Residential-Low Density 2-3 Storeys/±32.9 ac

40 Acres of Open Space

M-2 & DC (M-2) Residential- Medium Density 4 Storeys/±24.9 ac M-H1 Residential - Higher Density Up to 8 Storeys/±4.3 ac

8 Kilometres of Multi-use Pathways and Trails

M-H2 Residential - Higher Density/Tower Opportunity Up to 16 Storeys/±3.0 ac DC (C-COR1) Mixed Use - Retail/Residential 2-3 Storey Podium, up to 6 Storeys above/±14.3 ac *Hotel site up to 16 storeys DC (C-O) Mixed Use - Retail/Office 4-8 Storeys/±10.7 ac Overall Site Area Overall Stats

Area (acres)

Total Land Area (Gross Area of the Plan)

OPEN SPACE LAND USE

Area (hectares) 74.55

184.22

Less S-UN (ER) Gross Developable Area (GDA)

3.26

1.32

180.96

73.23

Parks / Open Space

S-SPR Municipal Reserve

% of GDA

S-SPR (MR)

19.27

7.80

10.6%

DC-Central Park

3.12

1.26

1.7%

S-CRI (PUL)

13.38

5.42

7.4%

Lanes

2.30

0.93

1.3%

Residential Streets

Roads

S-CRI PUL

16.34

6.61

Activity Street

5.04

2.04

Collectors

17.72

Primary Collectors

11.19

4.53

Arterial

2.35

0.95

1.3%

Total

54.94

22.23

30.4%

9.0% 2.8%

7.17

9.8% 6.2%

Outline Plan Statistics Zoning Designation (assumed*)

Area (acres)

1

Low Density Residential

M-G & DC (M-G)

32.93

13.33

18.2%

2

Medium Density Residential

M-2 & DC (M-2)

24.99

10.11

13.8%

3

High Density Residential

DC (M-H1)

4.31

1.74

2.4%

4

Residential Towers

DC (M-H2)

3.01

1.22

1.7%

List

Colour Code

Land Use

Area (hectares) % of Total GDA

Anticipated Density (units/ha)

Maximum Density (units/ha)

Anticipated Units

Maximum Units

67

80

893

1,067

251

1,997

2,534

Residential Space

197 494

Non Residential Space 5

Retail/Residential Mixed Use

DC (C-COR1)

14.32

6

Commercial/Office Mixed Use

DC (C-O)

TOTAL

499

861

799

931

972

1,133

FAR (avg)

FAR (avg) 1,345

1,580

870

5.79

7.9%

2.6

3.0

10.70

4.33

5.9%

3.2

3.8

n/a

n/a

90.26

36.53

50%

n/a

n/a

6,068

7,184

Land Use Plan Statistics Zoning Designation (assumed*)

Area (acres)

Anticipated Density (units/ha)

Maximum Density (units/ha)

Anticipated Units

Maximum Units

1

Low Density Residential

M-G & DC (M-G)

32.93

13.33

18.2%

67

80

893

1,067

2

Medium Density Residential

M-2 & DC (M-2)

24.99

10.11

13.8%

197

251

1,997

3

High Density Residential

DC (M-H1)

4.31

1.74

2.4%

494

499

861

List

Overall Site Area

Colour Code

Land Use

Area (hectares) % of Total GDA

Residential Space

Overall Stats Total Land Area (Gross Area of the Plan) Less S-UN (ER)

Area (acres)

Area (hectares)

184.22

74.55

3.26

1.32

180.96

73.23

S-SPR (MR)

19.27

7.80

10.6%

DC-Central Park

3.12

1.26

1.7%

Gross Developable Area (GDA) Parks / Open Space

4

S-CRI (PUL)

13.38

5.42

7.4%

Lanes

2.30

0.93

1.3%

Roads Residential Streets

16.34

6.61

9.0%

Activity Street

5.04

2.04

2.8%

Collectors

17.72

Primary Collectors

11.19

7.17 4.53 0.95

1.3%

54.94

22.23

30.4%

Outline Plan Statistics List

Colour Code

Zoning Designation (assumed*)

Area (acres)

Area (hectares) % of Total GDA

Anticipated Density (units/ha)

Maximum Density (units/ha)

Anticipated Units

Maximum Units

Residential Space 1

Low Density Residential

M-G & DC (M-G)

32.93

13.33

18.2%

67

80

893

1,067

2

Medium Density Residential

M-2 & DC (M-2)

24.99

10.11

13.8%

197

251

1,997

2,534

3

High Density Residential

DC (M-H1)

4.31

1.74

2.4%

494

499

861

870

4

Residential Towers

DC (M-H2)

3.01

1.22

1.7%

799

931

972

1,133

Non Residential Space

FAR (avg)

FAR (avg)

5

Retail/Residential Mixed Use

DC (C-COR1)

14.32

5.79

7.9%

2.6

3.0

1,345

1,580

6

Commercial/Office Mixed Use

DC (C-O)

10.70

4.33

5.9%

3.2

3.8

n/a

n/a

90.26

36.53

50%

n/a

n/a

6,068

7,184

Anticipated Density (units/ha)

Maximum Density (units/ha)

Anticipated Units

Maximum Units

67

80

893

1,067

TOTAL

Colour Code

Land Use

Zoning Designation (assumed*)

Area (acres)

M-G & DC (M-G)

32.93

Area (hectares) % of Total GDA

Residential Space 1 2

8

3 4

1.7%

799

931

972

1,133

FAR (avg)

FAR (avg)

5.79

7.9%

2.6

3.0

1,345

1,580

6

Commercial/Office Mixed Use

DC (C-O)

10.70

4.33

5.9%

3.2

3.8

n/a

n/a

90.26

36.53

50%

n/a

n/a

6,068

7,184

S-SPR

19.27

7.80

10.6%

7

Municipal Reserve

8

Central Park

DC-Central Park

3.12

1.26

1.7%

9

PUL

S-CRI

13.38

5.42

7.4%

10

Environmental Reserve

S-UN

3.26

1.32

1.8%

39.02

15.79

Low Density Residential Medium Density Residential High Density Residential Residential Towers

Density Summary

Anticipated

Total Units

M-2 & DC (M-2) DC (M-H1)

24.99 4.31

13.33 10.11 1.74

18.2% 13.8% 2.4%

197 494

251 499

1,997 861

7,184

808,979

965,218

Gross Land Area (GLA) (sq.m.)

745,502

745,502

Gross Developable Area (GDA) (sq.m.)

732,325

732,325

FAR on GLA

1.09

1.29

FAR on GDA

1.10

1.32

Residential Density (units/ha) based on GLA

81 83

98

Total People + Jobs / Hectare based on GLA

225

269

Total People + Jobs / Hectare based on GDA

229

273

Townhouses

DC (M-H2)

3.01

1.22

1.7%

799

931

972

1,133

FAR (avg)

FAR (avg)

Retail/Residential Mixed Use

DC (C-COR1)

14.32

5.79

7.9%

2.6

3.0

1,345

1,580

Commercial/Office Mixed Use

DC (C-O)

10.70

4.33

5.9%

3.2

3.8

n/a

n/a

Ancitipated Occupancy Rate (Pop.per Unit) 2.4

Number of Units

Maximum

People

Number of Units

893

2,143

1,067

Apartments Mid-density

2.0

1,997

3,995

2,534

Apartments High-density

1.6

3,178

5,084

3,582

6,068

11,222

7,183

Total

Ancitipated

870

6

96

Residential Density (units/ha) based on GDA

2,534

5

Non Residential Space

Maximum

6,068

Total Gross Floor Area (GFA) (sq.m.)

Population Statistics

Land Use Plan Statistics List

1.22

14.32

TOTAL

Land Use

870

3.01

DC (C-COR1)

TOTAL

6.2%

2.35

Total

2,534

DC (M-H2)

Retail/Residential Mixed Use

Open Space

9.8%

Arterial

Residential Towers

5

Non Residential Space

% of GDA

Office

Employee Multiplier Number of Units Rate (sqm/employee) 30 149,707

Retail*

40

Hotel

135

Total Grand Total People + Jobs:

20,368 11,058 181,133

People 2,560 5,069 5,731 13,360

Maximum Gross Floor Area

People 4,990 509

179,570 23,864

82

11,058

5,581

214,492

16,804

Jobs 5,986 597 82 6,665 20,025

S-UN Environmental Reserve

COMMUNITY DEVELOPER The West Campus Development Trust is an independently operated, wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Calgary. The WCDT was established in 2011 to hold and develop the lands on behalf of the University of Calgary. Since its creation, the WCDT has engaged in comprehensive consultation with stakeholders to finalize the master plan and successfully secure land use approval from the City of Calgary. The West Campus Development Trust model provides an innovative approach to land development. It is based on a unique public-private development structure. The development will maximize the return on the land for the benefit of the University of Calgary while creating a vibrant destination place for the city.

The northern neighbourhood is a naturalized oasis just steps from the retail heart of the community.

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CONTACT:

Rob Walker Colliers International Senior Vice President & Partner 403-298-0422 [email protected] www.colliers.com/calgary

Erin Wallace West Campus Development Trust Director of Real Estate 587-747-5289 [email protected] www.myuniversitydistrict.com

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