Placemaking—our purpose and our passion—is all about creating spaces that bring people together for experiences enriching, uplifting and often exhilarating. Through summer 2019, CMLC drew tens of thousands to the energy and excitement of downtown Calgary’s east end with oodles of opportunities for unforgettable fun.
Beyond boosting cyclist safety and improving connections to key destinations, the East Village Cycle Tracks—a collaborative initiative by CMLC and the City—are creating a safer environment for pedestrians and improving the flow of motor vehicles (with additional on-street parking to boot!).
Just eight months after receiving the City’s stamp of approval on the Rivers District Master Plan, CMLC's vision for east Victoria Park is rapidly—and dramatically—taking shape. A major expansion of BMO centre, a new event centre, and the much-anticipated extension of 17th Avenue SE into Stampede Park are just the beginning…
The start of a tremendous opportunity for Calgary’s Culture and Entertainment District moved ahead yesterday with Calgary City Council‘s positive vote to support the agreement between the City, Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC) and the Calgary Stampede to build a new public sports and entertainment complex in east Calgary.
Alongside the Calgary Stampede, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation is pleased to announce the project team that will transform BMO Centre into a modern and international-ready venue.
The newly named School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape officially opened the doors today of the City Building Design Lab – an innovative research-hub in downtown Calgary – thanks to a partnership with East Village master developer Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC).
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—the placemaking and development team leading the revitalization and redevelopment of downtown Calgary’s east end—has found the perfect developer partner to inject new life into the former David D. Oughton (DDO) School site in southeast Calgary.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) is on a mission. Again. As it leads the effort to transform downtown Calgary’s east end into one of the city’s most exciting and inviting destinations, CMLC is determined to bring the same energy, appeal and investment to east Victoria Park that its redevelopment and placemaking strategies over the past 12 years have injected into neighbouring East Village.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) – Following the fire this past weekend that overwhelmed the Enoch Sales Residence – the historic house has been demolished due to the extent of damage inflicted by the fire. While this tragic event has taken one of Calgary’s historic assets, it has been confirmed that no individuals were injured in the fire.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) has owned the Enoch Sales Residence and adjacent land parcel since April 2017 and share in the concern expressed by many citizens this morning in learning of the fire at the historic house. While details of the fire are still being investigated by the Calgary Fire Department, we hope first and foremost, that nobody was injured in the fire and that crews can safely extinguish the fire.
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC)—the organization leading the effort to transform downtown Calgary’s east end into one of the city’s most exciting and inviting destinations—is ready to move full steam ahead on its plans to bring the same energy, appeal and (of course) investment to east Victoria Park that its redevelopment and placemaking strategies over the past 12 years have injected into East Village.
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.