CALGARY — Development of the University of Calgary’s West Campus has been described as a “game-changer” for the post-secondary institution and by early next year a detailed master concept will be ready for the massive project, the Herald has learned.
“The majority of this development will be residential. We are looking to do some office. Probably a third of this development will be office and then local retail. Not destination retail. Local retail to serve the population that will live here,” said James Robertson, president and chief executive of West Campus Development Trust, an independent organization run by a board of trustees to manage the development of the land, just west of the university campus.
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