The Louise Station Project is a mixed-use facility consisting of an 11 storey affordable housing tower and a 14 storey condominium apartment tower constructed over a fire station and condominium offices podium. The overall facility is constructed over a common 3-storey underground parkade. The facility was constructed on a parcel of land previous under City ownership.
The project was delivered through a unique hybrid P3/Design-build methodology between the City of Calgary and LaCaille Developments Ltd. A strata title agreement was developed for ownership. The affordable housing tower, fire station and related portions of the parkade are owned by The City of Calgary and operated by Calgary Housing Company and Calgary Fire Department respectively. The condominium apartments and office units have been sold by LaCaille to private owners.
Browning Projects acted as PEER Review and oversight Project Managers looking after the interests of the City of Calgary. LaCaille Developments Ltd.was the project developer.