Building New Opportunities

Over the next three years, we have plans to grow to 800 units, housing close to 1,500 residents. Once we complete construction, we partner with an agency to provide social supports to residents in the building. Each new development will increase the number of affordable housing units in our city to meet the goals of Calgary’s Updated Community Plan to End Homelessness.

We work with talented home builders, consultants, government and the community through the planning and development of each project.

Community consultation and engagement is important to us before and during the development of each building. We meet with community associations, neighbours and businesses in advance. We review Good Neighbour Communications with communities to ensure strong and open relationships going forward.

If you have concerns or questions about a planned development in your area, please contact us.

Beltline

This property was purchased in summer 2019 to construct a 50-unit, permanent rental apartment building for single adults. Total project cost is expected to be $10 million and occupancy is slated for 2021. This building was made possible through funding from the Government of Canada through the Canada Mortgage and …

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Downtown

In February 2018, the City of Calgary awarded HomeSpace three parcels of land following a competitive application process for several non-market housing development sites including 933 5th Ave SW. HomeSpace supplied an application to construct a 74-unit, permanent rental apartment building for single adults. Total project cost is expected to …

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Forest Lawn: The Triveri House

This property was conditionally purchased in February 2018 to construct a 38-unit, permanent rental apartment building for single adults. Total project cost is expected to be $5.4 million and occupancy is slated for spring 2020. This building was made possible through an unprecedented joint commitment of the Government of Canada …

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Hillhurst

This property was purchased in February 2018 to construct a 27-unit, permanent rental apartment building for single adults. Total project cost is expected to be $5.4 million and occupancy is slated for Summer 2020. This building was made possible through an unprecedented joint commitment of the Government of Canada through …

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