The City of Kelowna is leading the development of Central Green, a new sustainable community located adjacent to downtown Kelowna.
The heart of the development will be a community park surrounded by LEED certified multi-family dwellings, retail spaces, and public amenities.
Pedestrian walkways through the central public plaza will create the perfect setting for residents to be socially connected while enjoying entertainment, shopping, dining and mingling with neighbours.
Central Green will help set a new standard for development within the city and exemplify sustainable planning and building practices in an economically responsible manner.
For more on development, visit development opportunities page and explore the available lot parcels on the interactive map.
Council approved Central Green Comprehensive Development Zone- CD22 to guide the design of Central Green as a low environmental impact, mixed-use development.
Located across from Kelowna Central School, the site is bordered by Harvey Avenue, Richter Street and Rowcliffe Avenue. The Central Green site was once the home of Kelowna Senior Secondary School.
Previously three buildings were situated on the Central Green property, a brick veneer school building constructed in 1939, the gymnasium, and the Pettigrew House. The Pettigrew house was later relocated to a lot in the adjoining neighborhood.
Manager, Strategic Land Development