As long-term stewards of Menno Hall, being good and responsible neighbours is one of the primary goals for both PCDA and Hyland. Through the 3 year consultation process every consideration for how Menno Hall will impact the surrounding community has been contemplated. From how the site will be designed, to the way it will interact with the neighbourhood around it, our goal has been to produce a response that reflects neighbourhood priorities and brings benefit to the wider community by providing a special place that elevates the neighbourhood.

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Sustainable Development

  • Mass Timber
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Rainwater Management
  • Green Roof

Neighbourhood Integration

  • Context & Scale
  • Sensitive Density
  • Noise Mitigation
  • Enhanced Public Realm

rental housing for the missing middle

  • 32 Studio Apartments
  • 28  1BR Apartments
  • 19  2BR Apartments
  • 7  3BR Apartments

Student Housing

101 new purpose-built student residences.

Enhanced Public Realm

  • Preservation of Existing Trees
  • Small Ground Floor Footprint
  • Welcome Plaza
  • Landscape Design
  • Design Vision
  • Connectivity

community uses

  • Gathering Spaces
  • Centre for Peace

Regional Connectivity

The location of Menno Hall places it in an ideal area for transit accessibility as well as immediate access to bike lanes and pedestrian walkways.

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