Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—master developer of East Village and the new Central Library that now adorns it—is thrilled to be breaking ground on another new project whose planning and construction CMLC is leading on behalf of Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) and Platform (Zinc Ventures).
CMLC is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Environmental Design (EVDS) to activate the main floor of the Castell Building, formerly the old central library.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—the placemaking and development team leading the revitalization and redevelopment of the Rivers District (including the dramatic resurrection and transformation of East Village—has spent nine months engaging with Calgarians about Calgary’s future Culture and Entertainment District in and around east Victoria Park.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—the organization that has managed every aspect of the New Central Library’s design and construction since the project got underway in 2013—is thrilled to announce completion of its role as lead developer of the New Central Library that now adorns East Village.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—lead developer of Calgary’s New Central Library (NCL), draws closer to completion of the five-year construction program with the installation of its delightful public art pieces by international artist Christian Moeller.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—lead developer behind the re-envisioning and revitalization of downtown Calgary’s east end—is thrilled to announce that one of its own has been recruited by the 2026 Olympic Bid Corporation (“Calgary 2026” or “Bidco”) to help bring the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games back to Calgary.
On August 16, 2018 Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), the organization leading the redevelopment and revitalization of downtown Calgary’s east end, closed the George C. King Bridge – the pedestrian bridge that spans the Bow River between East Village and Bridgeland.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the placemaking and development team that is leading the Rivers District Master Plan for east Victoria Park has partnered with Springboard Performance to help realize a temporary mural installation adjacent to Enoch Park. The installation marks the second placemaking gesture in the district as CMLC works to advance a holistic community vision for Calgary’s future Culture and Entertainment District.
The East Village master plan takes another step forward today with the groundbreaking of one of East Village’s prime riverfront development parcels. Immediately east of the historic Simmons Building, the innovative mixed-use project will bring village-style retail space to the ground level with unique office space and residential above.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation – the master developer behind the rejuvenation of East Village is bringing new life to the walls of the 4th Street SE Underpass with a vibrant painted mural that extends CMLC’s placemaking efforts from East Village into the balance of the Rivers District known as east Victoria Park.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—lead developer of Calgary’s New Central Library (NCL), a $245 million fully-funded civic amenity in the re-emerging neighbourhood of East Village—is delighted to announce the public art installations for the New Central Library and to introduce the artist who’ll create them.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the placemaking and development team that accomplished the seemingly impossible by bringing Calgary’s oldest and most neglected neighbourhood, East Village, dramatically back to life—has spent the past 12 months creating an imaginative, practical, forward-thinking master plan for east Victoria Park: the Rivers District Master Plan.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the organization tasked with overseeing every aspect of the New Central Library’s design and construction – has now completed removing the temporary LRT encapsulation structure it built in 2014/15 to enable construction of the library building, and the team is standing by to receive nearly three thousand tables and chairs sourced from manufacturers around the world through a carefully selected group of local vendors.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the master developer of East Village – has announced many development projects over the last ten years and today in the community where Calgary’s future is unfolding, a strategic future-focused development is coming to life in partnership with Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) and Platform. The approximately $80 million-dollar project will combine a 500+ stall, across 5-levels with a space for Calgary innovators called Platform.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – lead developer of the highly successful rejuvenation of East Village – is kicking off 2018 with an exciting line-up of milestones slated for the community over the course of the next year and leading the charge is an announcement of a dynamic local partnership who will bringing the café space inside the New Central Library (NCL) to life.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – master developer of East Village understands the importance of creating a vibrant retail environment in the community and now as East Village continues to welcome new residents, its largest retail centre is rising skyward and will provide residents with all the services they need without having to leave the community.
Generations of Calgarians have fond memories of visiting the 103-year-old St. Louis Hotel to meet old friends, and today, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) initiated a Request for Proposal (RFP) process to identify a commercial operator who will inform the next century of storytelling for the historic site.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – lead developer of Calgary’s New Central Library in the reimagined, re-emerging neighbourhood of East Village – is thrilled to announce that Calgary’s long-awaited, much-anticipated New Central Library is now just 12 months away from opening its doors!
CMLC is celebrating yet another significant step forward in the construction of the New Central Library. The building is now officially ‘weather-tight’, which means it is fully enclosed, its exterior shell is materially complete and the exciting final stage of construction is now underway.
Encompassing approximately five city blocks from 9th Avenue SE to Riverfront Avenue along the Bow River, the 3rd Street SE Streetscape Improvement Project will dramatically reshape a space currently dominated by vehicles and LRT lines into a pedestrian-oriented streetscape that connects the New Central Library with Jack & Jean Leslie RiverWalk™ and the Bow River.