Commercial & Mixed Use

Saskatoon Land supports economic growth and development by maintaining an inventory of land suitable for commercial and mixed-use development. Commercial and mixed-use (e.g. multi-unit residential, commercial and office units) parcels are available in different areas around the city, including new communities developed by Saskatoon Land. 

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321 Avenue C North - Caswell Hill

City/Town: Saskatoon
Type: Land
Zone: Currently zoned light industrial - process underway to rezone to accommodate mixed-use development
Land Area: 1.85 ac
Building Footprint: 41,740 square feet
Civic Address: 321 Avenue C North
Possession: Negotiable

This property is located in the Caswell Hill neighbourhood, within walking distance to Saskatoon’s Central Business District, River Landing area, and Riversdale Business District. The property is 1.85 acres with a building footprint of 41,740 sq.ft. The site and buildings were formerly the Saskatoon Transit bus maintenance facilities. Saskatoon Land is seeking parties interested in the purchase and redevelopment of the site.

The site is within the boundary of the South Caswell Concept Plan, a redevelopment plan approved by Saskatoon City Council in 2010. The concept plan boundary includes a number of sites for which the City of Saskatoon is seeking a purchasers/developers interested in redevelopment that aligns with the overall intent of the concept plan.

Ideally, the subject site would be redeveloped as residential, commercial, office/institutional uses or some combination thereof that would be part of an overall redevelopment of the area as a mixed-use hub. The site is currently zoned light industrial, however, the process is underway to rezone the site to accommodate mixed-use development rather than industrial uses. While adaptive re-use of the existing buildings is not essential, retaining the existing structure at the southwest corner of the site is desirable due to its architectural features and potential for adaptive re-use.

The proposal submission deadline for 321 Avenue C North closed on December 31, 2021.