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.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the organization responsible for redeveloping East Village and lead developer of the city’s New Central Library has reached another major milestone in the library construction program - the completion of Phase 2 – the skeletal framework of the building
Planning gets underway for master-planned district on downtown Calgary’s east end with $150 million commitment to infrastructure investment.
CMLC CELEBRATES GROUNDBREAKING FOR ANOTHER NEW EAST VILLAGE HOTEL
Group Germain and Homes by Avi begin construction on $40 million co-developed hospitality project
CMLC welcomes local wildlife artist Curtis Sorenson to its curated art program along Jack and Jean Leslie RiverWalk.
Today marks another major milestone for the New Central Library with the installation of the iconic exterior curtain wall getting underway.
You can’t judge a book by its cover. But a library…well, that’s another story altogether.
Trading one of Calgary’s historic landmarks for another, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the organization responsible for transforming East Village into one one of the city’s most sought-after neighbourhoods – has relocated its offices from the Hillier Building to the historic St. Louis Hotel right across the street.
Today, the City of Calgary and Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the organization leading the transformation of East Village into one of Calgary’s most sought-after addresses – are delighted to unveil a new Music Pavilion on RiverWalk near Fort Calgary, gifted to the citizens of Calgary by our sister city, Quebec City.
Less than a decade after Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) accepted the challenge
of redeveloping and revitalizing East Village and the Rivers District, Calgary’s original neighbourhood is rising rapidly skyward as one of Calgary’s most sought-after inner-city neighbourhoods.
And as FRAM+Slokker breaks ground on another East Village condominium tower, the array of cranes and construction vehicles in full swing in downtown Calgary’s east end is set to grow once again.
The 288-unit tower, called Verve, is the first residential project along The Riff – the diagonal thoroughfare through East Village that connects residents from the southwest side near the new National Music Centre to the landing of St. Patrick’s Bridge on the opposite side of the neighbourhood.
$500 MILLION RETAIL/RESIDENTIAL PROJECT BREAKS GROUND IN EAST VILLAGE
In 2007, when Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) accepted the challenge of bringing Calgary’s oldest (and arguably most neglected) neighbourhood back to life, plenty of Calgarians scoffed with skepticism, many of them muttering “We’ve heard that one before.”
Less than a decade later, the new East Village is rising skyward as one of Calgary’s most sought-after inner-city neighbourhoods – and as a powerful testament to what vision, determination and strategic partnerships can achieve.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation and Calgary Stampede have been neighbours, literally, since 2007 when the development company moved into East Village and began to deliver a master plan vision for the East Village neighbourhood. Like all good neighbours, the two organizations have had many occasions over the years to collaborate on the delivery of several infrastructure programs and community partnerships.
Today, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation and Calgary Stampede announced they have signed aMemorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the advancement of the master plan of Stampede Park.
CALGARY’S AILING ECONOMY HASN’T HALTED MOMENTUM OF EAST VILLAGE REDEVELOPMENT
With four major projects ready to break ground, East Village will be 2016’s silver lining
With oil prices plummeting and the Canadian dollar dangling at a 13-year low, you could reasonably expect Calgary developers to slow right down on construction spending and put the brakes on project starts.
“Instead, our developer partners in East Village are keeping the pedal to the metal on all their planned projects for 2016,” says Michael Brown, President & CEO of Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – the organization responsible for transforming East Village into Calgary's newest, oldest, coolest, warmest neighbourhood.
Since 2007, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) has been advancing an ambitious redevelopment vision for what was once one of Calgary’s most downtrodden neighbourhoods – East Village. As the fully redeveloped and revitalized East Village now rises skyward, CMLC is assisting the City of Calgary by providing a comprehensive investigation and assessment of the extent of the environmental contamination of West Village in order to determine if the community can be transformed into a vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood.
In April 2012, CMLC inked a major land deal with Widewaters Group, a USA-based commercial real estate development firm, to build a dual-branded Hilton hotel along 4th Street SE – the commercial node of East Village. The 320-room hotel, which combines the brands of Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites under one roof, will have a south-facing rooftop terrace with pool and fitness facilities, convention services and two levels of underground parking.