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ST. PATRICK'S ISLAND

CMLC’s redevelopment of St. Patrick’s Island was completed in July 2015. Since its reopening, the park has become a gathering place for Calgarians and visitors alike.

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st. Patrick's Bridge

A crucial link in the vision for East Village, the new St. Patrick’s Bridge is a key connector for Calgarians entering East Village and Calgary’s core from Bridgeland, Sunnyside and other neighbourhoods north of the Bow River. 

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Elbow River Traverse

A river is a beautiful thing, so it’s hardly surprising that Calgary’s first neighbourhood – East Village – took root at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers. Of course, when it comes to moving people in and out of Calgary’s core, rivers pose significant obstacles. And that’s why a bridge is also a beautiful thing.

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4th Street Underpass

A vital link from East Village to the Beltline communities and Stampede Park, the 4th Street SE Underpass opened to traffic on November 1, 2011, after more than three years of planning and construction. 

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RiverWalk™ Stage 1

Embracing the Bow River and celebrating its rich history, RiverWalk™ is the true soul of the Rivers District. 

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5th Street Square

Located at the intersection of 7th Avenue and 5th Street SE, this urban space incorporates a diagonal pedestrian route – “the Riff” – with connections to other pedestrian paths in East Village.

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6th Street Edges

The Fort Calgary Edges landscaping project was designed to create a respectful delineation between East Village – an urban residential and commercial village – and Fort Calgary, a national historic site and unique open space in the city.

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Streetscaping & Infrastructure

When CMLC embraced the challenge of redeveloping East Village in 2007, we knew infrastructure improvements would be crucial catalysts for public and private sector investment and development.

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Urban Squares

Woven purposefully into the East Village master plan are three urban squares: 5th Street Square, Celebration Square and Crossroads, each designed to nurture human connections and offer escape from the dizzying pace of daily life. 

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Heritage Buildings

Though few in number, the historic buildings in East Village are big in character. The colourful histories of the Simmons Building, Hillier Block, St. Louis Hotel and King Edward Hotel add a compelling dimension to the neighbourhood’s personality.