This area adds layers to the fabric that High Level Line is stitching. There are community residents, downtown workers, tourists, vehicles, cyclists, the river bank, LRT below, and an easy-going streetcar above.
What is currently a sunken trail south of 100 Avenue is brought up to street level, engaging with 109 Street and the neighbourhood to the west. The space becomes a market square and transit junction, with direct access to the Capital Line LRT at Grandin Station. The mix of Track Shack shops and services in Grandin Junction are ever-changing to meet the needs of everyone weaving through.
Two parks—Constable Ezio Faraone Park and Alberta Legislature Grounds—are connected above the traffic at the north end of the High Level Bridge. The sweeping park brings pedestrians, cyclists, and streetcar users to a stunning vantage point overlooking the North Saskatchewan River Valley and provides a wide range of uses through all seasons.