Riverside development will start to take shape this yearRDCA-Admin
Capstone at Riverlands to feature mix of residential and commercial buildings amid public spaces
Red Deerians will get a taste of the potential for the city’s marquee riverside development this year.
While large-scale development is likely at least a year away for Capstone at Riverlands, the public will see key roads finished, bike trails, sidewalks and lighting added and, if all goes well, the completion of a public gathering spot called Canada 150 Square.
“At this point, (the site) still probably doesn’t look a lot different to most people,” said project manager Cory Edinga. “But by the end of this year, we expect it will start to take shape.”
The city has ambitious plans for Riverlands and its prime location on the river in an area once dominated by the city’s public works yards, which were demolished in 2014.