The Livingston Homeowner’s Association is a multifaceted, meticulously programmed mixed-use facility with 32,000 square feet of indoor space and a four-acre outdoor area. The indoor area contains various amenities, such as a gymnasium, a temporary fire station, a coffee shop, daycare facilities, meeting rooms, change rooms, a mechanical workshop, and a commercial kitchen that caters to a 125-seat banquet hall. The facility serves as a central hub for community members and also houses the Homeowners Association offices.
The 4,725-square-foot fire station has been thoughtfully developed to align with current Calgary Fire Department standards, operating autonomously from the remainder of the mixed-use facility. Distinct access and egress points for the fire station are deliberately segregated from the main building, facilitating the efficient deployment of the Calgary Fire Department and safeguarding public safety.
An expansive community garden, accessible through the central grand hall, offers a range of recreational amenities, including a splash park, a recreational ice surface, a full-size hockey rink, tennis courts, a toboggan hill, and landscaped interpretive pathways.
This facility is a cornerstone for building community, providing a multitude of recreational activities and social opportunities for Livingston residents for years to come.
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