Bonnie Doon TOD

Transit Oriented Planning


The Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre, built in 1958, is the second oldest mall in Edmonton, Alberta. Over the years, Bonnie Doon has been enclosed, renovated, and expanded several times over to meet the growing demand for local and regional services in south central Edmonton. Owned by Canadian institutional investors and managed by Morguard Investments Limited, the shopping centre is once again evolving to meet the needs of existing and future citizens.

Combined with LRT investment and supporting intensification policies, the site is a major redevelopment opportunity for the City of Edmonton and the centre’s investors. Redevelopment of the site establishes a significant Transit Oriented Development (TOD) node along Edmonton’s new Valley Line: a major transit corridor connecting Bonnie Doon to Downtown and South Edmonton.

Morguard retained B&A Planning Group to lead the urban planning exercise to shape a new future and evolve the 12 hectare site from a traditional shopping centre into a cutting edge transit-oriented development (TOD) town centre. This high-density comprehensive mixed-use development will feature vibrant urban living environments, exciting boutique retail experiences, and luxurious open spaces.

The rezoning application is expected to be approved in the fall of 2018.


Team members on the project

Brian Murray
Vern Hart
Chris Andrew
JP Leclair
Steve Morris