Stories Tagged - Calgary Development
Sept. 15, 2016 | Barb Livingstone
It is the urban employment hub of northwest Calgary. And now, with a projected influx of 6,000 new residences over the next 15 years, the new University District community is slated to become the quadrant's residential core.
The first two housing developments just launched in the District — Ivy by Brookfield Residential and Noble by Truman Homes — will be uniquely positioned in the 81-hectare project between two hospitals (Foothills Medical Centre and Alberta Children's Hospital) and the University of Calgary, for potential buyers.
March 18, 2016 | Cody Stuart
Dec. 09, 2013 | CREBNow
Currently, the City of Calgary took extra measures allowing 183 homes, the northwest recreation centre, the Tuscany fire station and a middle school in Royal Oak to finish construction.
Oct. 09, 2013 | Cody Stuart
Calling for an end to what he calls a developer "subsidy" that amounts to $4,800 for every new suburban home built in the city, Nenshi has laid out his arguments against the current agreement between the city and suburban developers.
May 30, 2013 | Cody Stuart
As founder of Lamb Development Corp. - the flourishing Toronto developer responsible for nine completed projects, along with four projects under construction and six in development, it's tough to deny the success of Brad Lamb. CREB® Now caught up with the busy developer to talk all things condo, including his upcoming 6th and Tenth project in Calgary.