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Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) and its partners, The City of Calgary and Arts Commons, are thrilled to announce the Olympic Plaza Transformation—a new city-building initiative to renew an important but aging downtown cultural space, amplify the potential of the Arts Commons Transformation (ACT) and foster continued revitalization of the downtown core.
CMLC and our partners at Arts Commons and The City of Calgary are pleased to announce the selection of EllisDon as construction manager for the Arts Commons Transformation.
The hundreds of LED lights that illuminate Reconciliation Bridge were due to be upgraded this year and CMLC took the opportunity to re-evaluate its community lighting program and develop a new program that would prioritize Indigenous stories in the annual lighting calendar.
KPMB, Hindle Architects, Tawaw Architecture Collective, and SLA are announced as the prime design team for the Arts Commons Transformation (ACT) project
Calgary’s newest mixed-use design intervention for urban explorers and art enthusiasts
Art and music under a new pergola will bring new life to 110-year-old Fire Hall No. 1 outdoor courtyard
CMLC recently led a multi-channel public engagement campaign to learn the aspirations of what Calgarians are looking for in their new arts centre. The results are in and we’re thrilled with the way Calgarians got involved and shared their ideas with us!
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) and Platform Calgary celebrate the opening of an innovative new East Village parkade following two and a half years of complex construction.Completed on budget, the mixed use building combines seven stories of parking with 50
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), together with our partners at Arts Commons, is delighted by The City of Calgary’s announcement today to allocate $80 million towards the Arts Commons Transformation (ACT) project through its Greater Downtown Plan .