Southeast Calgary

Mercado Village in Mahogany

Located a few blocks from Mahogany Lake on the community’s southern boundary, this 25-acre mixed-use development is slated to feature a collection of retail services, office space and multi-family residences. Mercado Village is designed as a square and park in Mahogany, and will have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of residents and guests through a pedestrian-friendly layout that encourages walking or cycling. Mercado Street will be the main commercial thoroughfare linking the development’s homes, businesses and offices.

Connectivity is further enhanced through the open space system, which provides pedestrian and bicycle routes north to the historic Ollerenshaw Ranch site and south to the planned community of Rangeview. Joint-use sites are connected through a series of linear parks, open-space squares and streets, as well as the regional pathway. Open spaces have been strategically placed to create focal points and facilitate additional pedestrian linkages throughout the neighbourhood.

At a Glance

  • Mixed-use commercial, office and residential village in Mahogany
  • 25 acres
  • Pedestrian-oriented design encouraging non-vehicular transit
  • The central Mercado Street will be flanked by commercial buildings, with street parking to evoke a traditional ‘Main Street’ feel
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A distinctive urban concept with authentic character, Mercado Village will offer a broad assortment of amenities, services and gathering spaces for residents to connect and flourish
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Key Benefit

Rich in Amenities & Convenience

Mercado Village will put residents central to a vibrant mixed-use hub in award-winning Mahogany, home to year-round recreation and Calgary’s largest lake. Sustainable design is a defining feature of this pedestrian-oriented community, with shops, services and attractions all situated within walking distance. The new Mercado Village will provide vital services and lifestyle amenities to Mahogany residents as well as the thousands of families who call southeast Calgary home.

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