LEED-ND is an international certification that recognizes the highest commitment to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Neighbourhood Development.
Designed as a complete, sustainable neighbourhood, University District has been certified with the highest distinction: LEED-ND Platinum. Learn more here.
A LEED-ND certification evaluates a community’s Master Plan on an array of measurements including:
Apart from being a part of one of the most innovative communities in North America, all buildings within University District will be constructed to BUILT GREEN Gold standards, saving residents energy and water costs. Just a couple of the many perks of living in an internationally recognized sustainable community.
University District is a multi-family development with homes to suit an array of living needs. The current options include apartments, townhomes and condominiums suitable for a variety of family sizes. Visit the Discovery Centre to learn more about our housing options, view our show suites and get to know the builders bringing U/D to life.
The development will have approximately 7000 units when complete.
Rather than a show home parade, we’ve brought our builders and their show suites under one roof. The University District Discovery Centre is located just north of the Alberta Children’s Hospital, at 4410 University Ave NW; the street formerly known as West Campus Way.
Tour the community information with one of our Customer Experience Ambassadors or do a self-directed tour with our touch screens. Explore the community model table, or get a tour of show suites with sales staff ready to help you learn more about home options for living at U/D.
The Discovery Centre hours of operation are:
Tuesday to Friday: 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Sales staff are currently showing the following suites:
Rental accommodation and our long term Seniors care—our two living options not for sale—do not currently have show suites located at the Discovery Centre. You will, however, be able to view plans and access alternate viewing options closer to opening.
Yes, it is a new urban community development that blends the unique history of existing neighbouring communities as well as the institutions currently located within the development. It is a new mixed-use urban community development.
The development has a long-term vision, with implementation taking place over the next 20 years. Completion is anticipated in 2034.
The street names honour the 13 University of Calgary Chancellors who have served as the bridge between the City of Calgary and the University since it was founded in 1966.
The land is not for purchase. At University District, land is under a leasehold model in partnership with the University of Calgary. Learn more about a leasehold model for home ownership here.
After the 99 years there are two possibilities:
Green space abounds! There are 40 acres of green space and parks in University District for enjoyment and entertainment. Find out more here.
If you have any questions about retail and office, you can contact us here.
During our construction season, the community’s developer—West Campus Development Trust—issues regular construction updates. Find out about the most up-to-date construction insights on our website here, or have updates sent directly to your email.