On Tuesday, July 14 and Wednesday, July 15, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) is inviting Calgarians to gather along St. Patrick’s Bridge deck to watch a new permanent art installation – Bloom – take shape on the newly redeveloped St. Patrick’s Island.
Commissioned through CMLC’s Art in the Public Realm program, Bloom is a monumental sculpture of streetlights by Canadian artist Michel de Broin.
Since 2007, the CMLC team, has systematically and tirelessly been bringing East Village back to life; stewarding complex infrastructure programs and land development deals which have resulted in over $2.4 billion of planned investment being attracted to the community. Two years ago, the CMLC team announced that three notable and home-grown food and beverage brands had been chosen to occupy the prime real estate site along the Bow River pathway symbolizing a new era for the downtown community.
For Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), the wise words of Confucius – “Study the past if you would define the future” – neatly encapsulate the company’s philosophy on redeveloping Calgary’s oldest inner-city neighbourhood, East Village.
As the developer responsible for breathing new life into Calgary’s downtown east end, CMLC has given enormous consideration to the neighbourhood’s historical and historically relevant buildings, eager to sustain the spirit and character of East Village’s proud past while preparing the assets for new generations of Calgarians to utilize and experience.
Bloom by Michel de Broin will add inspired form and function to revitalized park
The exciting revitalization of St. Patrick’s Island by Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) is nearly complete, and the park’s Grand Reopening this summer is certain to be one of the year’s highlights for Calgarians.
Introducing Placemakers: An EV Speaker Series by CMLC. Save the date for our first event May 19, 2015.
Ever since Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) unveiled the master plan for East Village in 2009, citizens have watched in awe as Calgary's newest, oldest, coolest, warmest neighbourhood has taken shape.
New pedestrian connector opens today after five years of planning and construction
The landmark library will be a cultural connector between east and west communities
RioCan confirms Loblaws Market as first retail tenant and announces partnership with Embassy BOSA to bring more multi-family development to community
Another exciting first in fulfilling the East Village retail strategy
New Elbow River Traverse creates vital link between Calgary’s inner city and surrounding communities
CMLC infrastructure improvements along 6th Street include landscape feature for Fort Calgary
Knightsbridge Homes to deliver Gen Y residents to East Village
Calgary Drop-In residents share their passion for art on a collaborative piece for all to enjoy
LRT encapsulation is an impressive feat of engineering –
and a “first” for Calgary
We are sharing a new 3D animation – with one major difference: this time, it shows the neighbourhood as it is actually taking shape. East Village has moved from hopeful speculation to exciting reality!
Latest plans revealed for the New Central Library
The placing of the last of 35,000 square meters of brick marks the end of an aggressive road infrastructure program that has been six years in delivery.
From 38 submissions that arrived in East Village from as far away as Copenhagen and Tokyo, a selection committee has narrowed to four, the field of contenders eager to design the new Central Library in East Village.
Not surprisingly, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – developer of the East Village redevelopment project – chose the historic Simmons Building as the site to announce two significant strides forward in its commitment to the East Village master plan unveiled in 2009.