February 2016

Found 3 blog entries for February 2016.

As the East Village begins to take shape, the Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) is beginning to cast its eye around the city.

This corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the City of Calgary and the brains behind the East Village area.  This once neglected area full of derelict buildings was ripe for redevelopment.  Ambitious plans include world-class condos, a welcoming street-scape, retail shops and restaurants, parks and architectural interest.  To say the East Village will rejuvenate the area east of City Hall is an understatement.

Now, the creative engine of the CMLC is applying all that they’ve learned in planning East Village to the Calgary Stampede and Exhibition, Olympic Plaza and to Arts Commons downtown.  Exciting new

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Every once in a while, a unique community comes along that offers home buyers all the right ingredients for the perfect suburban lifestyle:  well-designed homes, pedestrian friendly streets, beautiful amenities and ease of access.

All of these desirable attributes of the ideal community come together in Mahogany, a lake community in the far south-eastern edge of Calgary.

Developed by Hopewell Residential, Mahogany continues to earn accolades from the Calgary Home Builder’s Association (CHBA) in the Calgary Region.  Last year Hopewell took home three major awards from the Sales and Marketing (SAM) Awards, an annual event and a very prestigious one held by the CHBA.

Mahogany was also recognized at the provincial and national level as the

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Even before the big fire last November, plans were underway to tear down the Stadium Shopping Centre just off 16 Ave NW across the street from Foothills Hospital.

Now, the developer has finalized plans for the massive complex that will eventually take the nearly 60-year-old shopping plaza’s place on that high traffic corner.  It has presented the proposal to the City of Calgary for approval.

The development permit application submitted by Marshall Tittemore Architects calls for a mixed-use multi-building area of residential and commercial space on the 800,840-square-foot area.

It’s estimated that the City of Calgary will review the application over the next six months or so, and will no doubt go over the plans with a fine tooth comb.

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