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Calgary’s East Village has just launched their first two residential projects bounded by the new Riverwalk. Call us for exclusive access to the front of the line of these two developments.

RiverWalk is a transformative amenity for East Village, the 4 kilometers of RiverWalk will link key city neighbourhoods.  Beginning in Chinatown, RiverWalk follows along the Bow through East Village to the confluence of the Elbow River, then flows south toward Stampede.

Phase I of RiverWalk completed in late 2010 and has provided many Calgarian’s the opportunity to enjoy pleasurable walks and bike rides and to view a dozen city neighbourhood’s along the way.  Sit and relax on its many benches, have lunch, enjoy the views or join in the celebrations on the wide plazas!

The newly completed 4th Street Underpass, RiverWalk and St. Patrick’s Island pedestrian bridge provide improved connectivity to Bridgeland, Inglewood and other inner city neighbourhoods.  

FIRST by Fram+Slokker

Enjoy the 5 star view of the Bow and Elbow Rivers in your new elegant 18 story high rise.  FIRST will be the only building with a rooftop Sky Lounge and WiFi Cafe lobby.  With prices starting from $199,900!

The red-brown brick exterior pays homage to East Village’s existing historic brick buildings.  Carefully chosen colour palette of natural browns and a range of light greys and blues reflect the variation between the sky, riverbank and water along the Bow and Elbows river.

Evolution by Embassy Bosa

Fuse is the first phase in the Evolution of Urban living in Downtown Clagary.  With Pricing Starting at $359,000 – $960,000

Evolution includes over 600 residences offering a broad collection of townhouses, mid-rise homes, rooftop homes, tower condominiums and penthouses.

Live amoung beauty and style in these glass, concrete and brick residences in this trendy new community.

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