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Sept. 04, 2019 | Josh Skapin

Bigger and better: Connected communities pace population growth

Calgary communities that provide convenient access to desirable amenities and major roadways are leading the way in growth.

Courtesy Morrison Homes

June 24, 2019 | CREBNow

SPONSORED: Morrison Multi-Family's Q Condos officially breaks ground

Q Condominiums, a groundbreaking new northwest project from Morrison Homes (Calgary Multi) Ltd., officially broke ground on Tuesday, June 18th. Q Condos is located in the retail development of Sage Hill Quarter and brings a vibrant condo concept - never before seen in the city's northwest - to the heart of Symons Valley. Focused on encircling the residences amongst a unique selection of businesses, Q Condos will place homeowners next door to trendy coffee shops, banks, health facilities, a Shoppers Drug Mart, and a state-of-the-art Co-op grocery store.

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June 19, 2019 | Gerald Vander Pyl

Where to find your ideal Calgary condo for $250,000 or less

For anyone looking to buy an affordable condo in Calgary, now is the time, with a variety of both townhome- and apartment-style units available for $250,000 or less throughout much of the city.

Courtesy Morrison Homes Multi-Family

June 20, 2018 | Gerald Vander Pyl

Embracing density

Builders and the City work together to rein in urban sprawl

It used to be that mentioning the word "density" would get some Calgarians riled up over plans for a new community they felt had too many homes per hectare, or a condominium project with too many units.
But faced with the alternative of urban sprawl, increasing density is now an established policy for residential development.

In 2009, city council approved a new Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and Calgary Transportation Plan (CTP) that address density in both new communities and established areas.

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Dec. 06, 2017 | Mario Toneguzzi

The new reality

Calgary homebuilders adapt in the face of adversity

There's no question that demand in the Calgary housing market eased following the collapse of oil prices in late 2014.

The impact of that global event sent shockwaves through the local economy, as thousands of people lost their jobs through two brutal years of recession in 2015 and 2016.

A slowing economy and job uncertainty always have an impact on the housing market, and the city saw a corresponding ease in home demand.

However, Calgary's homebuilders have been resilient and creative.


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