A valued partner in CMLC’s redevelopment pursuits since 2010, BOSA Development is a fully integrated real estate construction, development and asset management company. Building on more than half a century of expertise and leadership, BOSA—like CMLC—is bold, forward-thinking and relentlessly committed to urban design excellence.
We build communities by building relationships. We liaise, consult, cooperate and engage.
We foster relationships with the country’s largest commercial landlord, smallest arts collective and everyone in between. Our unique working relationships allow us to pursue complex, often challenging projects and see them through to completion as envisioned. And as promised.
We learned that when our partners succeed, so do we.
CMLC works hand-in-hand with the numerous Business Improvement Areas, Community Associations and Neighbourhood Associations in our communities to ensure residents and retailers are engaged in the redevelopment of the Rivers District. These groups include East Village Neighbourhood Association (EVNA), Vic Park BIA, Beltline BIA, Beltline Neighbourhood Association (BNA) and 17th Ave BIA.
FRAM Building Group is renowned for its creativity in planning, designing and building premier residential and mixed-use communities across Canada and the US. Slokker Homes is a specialist in multi-family development, creating quality homes and livable communities across Alberta for more than 14 years.
RioCan develops, owns and manages a variety of urban and suburban shopping centres across Canada. Founded in 1993, the company has grown into one of the largest and most successful real estate investment trusts in the country.
Based in Winnipeg, Alston Properties is known for bringing creative and unique developments to urban settings throughout Western Canada. Alston’s extensive experience working with stakeholders to create community-specific buildings that complement unique neighbourhoods—as in Winnipeg’s Exchange District, a National Historic Site—makes the company a natural fit for East Village.
With offices in Alberta and Ontario, ONE Properties develops and manages mixed-use real estate that enables businesses, empowers individuals and defines communities. Since 1987, ONE Properties has developed more than 48 million sq ft of retail, office and industrial real estate across Canada.
Founded in Ontario and operating in Canada and the US since 1955, Minto builds and manages residential and commercial real estate. For its innovative, future-forward products and building practices, the group is a three-time winner of the Ontario Home Builder Association's Home Builder of the Year award and was named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers in 2019.
As experienced upscale hotel developers, Matthews Southwest Hospitality (MSWH) has a proven track record of developing convention center hotels including the Omni Dallas Convention Center Hotel, the W Element Convention Center Hotel in Philadelphia, and Calgary’s Bow Tower. The firm designs hotels with a lens toward sustainability, functionality, connectivity and activation.
A non-profit social enterprise created and owned by The City of Calgary, Attainable Homes was founded on the mandate to build 1,000 well-made, entry-level homes for moderate-income Calgarians—a goal the organization is close to achieving thanks to partnerships with 11 builders, eight financial institutions, seven law firms and three mortgage insurers.