Examples of Quality Infill

CASE STUDY 1: Garneau front-to-back duplex

Located in the neighbourhood of Garneau, this three storey front-to-back duplex on a 33-foot frontage provides a unique option for family-oriented living without a traditional basement suite. From the rear view the main door of the three-bedroom principal residence can be found on the side of the house, while the unit spans from the basement to the third floor. Resembling an L-shape the principal residence extends over the secondary suite in the front to fully occupy the second and third floors. The basement and main floor are partitioned off and fully enclosed to allow for a generously sized four-bedroom suite that appeals to a wide variety of demographics. This allows the principal residence to have unimpeded access to the fully fenced backyard and detached garage, while providing ample sunlight and living space for the secondary suite found in the front on both the basement and main floor. 

The home was built and designed
by: Art House Residential


Case Study 2: Crestwood Row house 

This three unit, two storey, street oriented row house is located in Crestwood. Each unit offers a three bedroom and three bathroom configuration with the main living space on one level, including laundry, and entrance to a private amenity space.  It is placed in an ideal location on a corner lot on a service road running parallel to 149 St with access to multiple transit stops, ample shopping, services and community amenities such as churches, park spaces and the Edmonton river valley and its extensive trail system. The private living area is located entirely on the second floor with a master bedoom and an ensuite along with two bedrooms and a main bathroom. 

Among the three units there is up to 1264 square feet with up to 632 square feet in developable basement area. The outdoor private amenity space of each unit consists of a deck, a patio space and green space that is professionally landscaped and designed. This space provides privacy while creating comfortable distance to allow for interaction with neighbours and passerbys using natural vegetation such as shrubs, hedges, and privacy screens as opposed to hard fence materials. Each unit has its own single vehicle, detached garage, accessible by direct walkway or sidewalk. Easily accessible parking is available on 98 Ave and the 149 St service road that can accommodate up to nine vehicles.