Past Projects

Brentwood is proud of the completed projects listed below. Each project meets high standards while providing buyers and investors with the value and quality they have come to expect from our company.




Village Landing


In 2001, Brentwood purchased Village Tree Mall, a 180,000 square foot enclosed mall anchored by Zellers. In addition to the acquisition Brentwood acquired a perimeter private road and negotiated a land swap with the City of St. Albert for the municipal transit depot. Negotiation with new anchor Save On Foods, Brentwood negotiated lease surrenders with existing tenancies, including Zellers, and began a 20 month redevelopment including demolition of 120,000 square feet of the original mall, and redeveloping 150,000 of retail space including the addition of 6 stand alone and multi-tenant out parcels. After ten years of successful operation Brentwood sold the property to a pension fund advisor in 2012.


St. Albert, AB

Edson Landing


Developed in 2005, this 13,000 square foot multi-tenant plaza underwent 6,500 square feet of re-tenanting in 2011 following the nationwide closure of a video store. Brentwood maintained national tenant representation in this secondary market through its ownership, subsequently selling this asset to a private buyer in 2012.


Yellowhead Highway and 45th Street
Edson, AB

Ellerslie Landing


Brentwood purchased a 3.24 acre site located in Edmonton’s “Ellerslie Retail Corridor” adjacent to the City’s rapidly developing and affluent communities of Summerside and Ellerslie. In 2008 Ellerslie Landing was developed, a modern 25,000 square foot strip centre, adjacent to a new Rexall drug store. Lead tenants include a standalone Alberta Treasury Branch, KFC/Taco Bell, Original Joe’s, Second Cup, Quiznos, and a strong mix of service/professional tenants. A strategic disposition of the asset was made in 2010.


Edmonton, AB

Terwillegar Gardens


In 2002 Brentwood developed this stylish 34,000 square foot Shopping Centre on 3.5 acres in the affluent Terwillegar neighbourhood in Southwest Edmonton.  The project included the areas first Starbucks, in addition to a Bank of Montreal, the high-end Ric’s Grill Steakhouse and the Dolce Spa and Salon.  To further grow its expanding development portfolio Brentwood sold the desirable property in November 2007, at which time completed the development by constructing a 4,600 square foot pad building occupied by Edo Japan and KFC.


Edmonton, AB

Victoria Common 


Victoria Common consists of two sites (with a combined area of approximately 3.3 acres), developed in 2004-2005. The projects complement the modern retail hub of "East Victoria", Regina. Excellent exposure and access from the Trans-Canada Highway enhances the strategic location of Victoria Common. The development consists of CRU, restaurant/service pad sites and a stand-alone retail box. Disposition of Victoria Common occurred in 2005-2006.


East Victoria Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan

Station Crossing  


Station Crossing is ideally situated in the quaint City of Fort Saskatchewan located just 20 minutes north of Edmonton and is definitely a highlight of this community. The project includes a Shoppers Drug Mart, Booster Juice, and Alberta Treasury Branch.
Disposition of Station Crossing occurred in February 2005.



Fort Saskatchewan, AB

Olde Town Shopping Centre


Olde Towne Centre is located in North Edmonton this Shopping Centre was revitalized throughout our extensive leasing and renovation program in 1999. Disposition of Olde Towne Centre occurred in December 2000.


118th Avenue & 34th Street, Edmonton, AB

Castle Downs Shopping Centre


Castle Downs Shopping Centre was revitalized in 1999 throughout our extensive renovation and leasing program to become a premiere retail centre in the area. Disposition of Castle Downs Shopping Centre occurred in December 2000.


137th Avenue & Castle Downs Road
Edmonton, AB

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