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Imagine the possibilities: our submission for a new Civic Office Tower

We had already been looking at this site in particular, when the Request For Expressions of Interest came from the City of Edmonton for a new Civic Tower.  We knew that the responses this RFEI would prompt from the development community would be fairly predictable.  This is where we saw an opportunity.  An opportunity to not only throw our hat in the ring and show what our team can do, but also to raise the bar and expectations in the community.  Whether our submission is selected or not, we hope... Read the Rest →

 

In the media: RedBrick’s first narrow lot design revealed

I was interviewed by David Staples, a columnist for the Edmonton Journal.  We discussed the City of Edmonton’s proposed bylaw changes to allow subdivision of 50ft lots, and how the combination of narrow lots with flexhousing principles will help bring affordable family housing to mature neighbourhoods.  Here is a link to the complete article. Through my involvement with Elevate, the Sustainable Communities Taskforce report, my community league, and the NextGen Committee, I have learned that if we are going to attract young families and next geners to the mature neighborhoods... Read the Rest →