Updated Oct 2019 due to second application beside the first development on the same street.

For years the land at the end of Tuscany Summit Heath has been up for redevelopment after being slated to be a church or park area for many years. Proposals came and went and so did responses from the various community organizations to the City of Calgary. Much of the initial rezoning/development information was available in 2012. The initial applicant later sold a part of the land to Rockford which is now the one developing the north section of land. The Tuscany Community Association has been responding to these applications for years, providing feedback about access, parking and other resident concerns.

2018 Application (North Section): Currently under Construction.

Recent news indicates that construction will start this spring on 85 townhouses in the location developed by Rockford Tuscany. (Oct 2019 – This area is now under construction). This is the development application at the City of Calgary: Development Permit DP2016-5101

The Tuscany Community Association has been tracking this project for years and has the most public information I could personally find.

These include: Most recent update from the Tuscany Community Association on the Rockford Application Information Package on Proposed Development – old 2012 plan as below.   This is the original Landscape Plan as posted on the TCA website. This was the 2012 plan which included the church. Not the one that is going forward today.

Rockford is calling the project Tuscan Rise.

2019 Application: Currently under Review

There is a new sign up on 12 Mile Coulee as you exit the area regarding a new land use redesignation application. This is beside the current townhouse development under construction.

Development Permit with the City of Calgary: https://developmentmap.calgary.ca/#property/DP2016-5101

This application proposes to change the designation of this property to allow for:

  • multi-residential buildings (e.g. townhouses, apartment buildings)
  • a maximum of 93 dwelling units, based on a density of 57 dwelling units per hectare
  • a maximum building height of 14 metres
  • the uses listed in the proposed Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile (M-C1) designation