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Completed housing developments

Manchester South

  • 132 unit 14-storey apartment tower, including 10 accessible units
  • Includes exercise room, laundry room, and a multi-purpose room
  • 70-unit 3-storey seniors residence, Peter Coyle Place, managed by Trinity Place Foundation
  • Seniors residence includes kitchen, dining areas, and lounge areas.
  • Total budget: $16,782
  • Opened in 2005

Crestwood

Crestwood
 

Project profile

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    60 unit four-storey apartment building
  • 52 two-bedroom and eight one-bedroom units, including 10 accessible units
  • Located in Ogden
  • Includes playground, underground parking, laundry room, community room, accessible building & site, and sustainable building design
  • Total budget: $13,229,000
  • Opened in 2008

Vista Grande

Vista Grande
 
 
  • 41 unit four-storey apartment building
  • 32 two-bedroom and nine one-bedroom units, including 5 accessible units32 two-bedroom and nine one-bedroom units, including 5 accessible units
  • Located in Vista Heights
  • Includes tot lot, accessible building & site, sustainable building elements, underground parking, and laundry room
  • Total budget: $8.8 million
  • Opened in 2008

The Bridges - Phase 1

 
The Bridges, Phase 1
 
  • 16 apartment units purchased through The Bridges land sale RFP process from 2 builders, Windmill Development Group and Sandlewood
  • 14 studio and 2 accessible units
  • Located in Bridgeland
  • 2 units located in Windmill’s LEED Platinum building, Vento
  • Integrated into market developments
  • Total budget: $800,000
  • Opened in 2008

Alice Bissett

Project profile

  • Alice Bissett
     
    103-unit three-storey apartment building with a five-bedroom apartment ‘pod’ and ten 3-bedroom townhomes
  • Located in Inglewood
  • Partnership between Horizon Housing Society (the operator), CMHC and the Government of Alberta (capital funding), the City of Calgary (land and servicing), Calgary Homeless Foundation (funding), Calgary Home Builders Foundation (funding and project management), and Alberta Gaming (funding)
  • Includes accessible building, sustainable building design, tenant room, and laundry room
  • Total budget: $19.75 million
  • Opened in 2009

Completed housing developments: 1998 - 2001

The Government of Alberta re-initiated the capital funding of affordable housing​​​​​​ developments along with the Government of Canada, in 2001, when it signed the Canada-Alberta Affordable Housing Agreement.

By 2002, funding was available to non-profits, private sector organizations and municipalities through Phase One of the Affordable Housing Partnerships Initiative (AHPI).
Prior to this and despite limited resources, The City contributed $10 million to affordable housing and homelessness initiatives which contributed to the creation of 1,327 units and beds. Between 1998 and 2001, The City donated land for projects led by non-profit housing and shelter providers and such as the Calgary Drop-In Centre and the Bob Ward Residence.  

The following are some examples of the housing developments that were undertaken and completed in that period: 

Bob Ward Residence Glamorgan​

Bob Ward Residence
Bob Ward Residence
 
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  • 60 apartments
  • Low-income and mental health
  • $935,000 City contribution
  • SCPI funded
  • Operated by Horizon Housing
  • Opened in 2003​

 

John E. Robson House, Ogden
John E. Robson House
John E. Robson House
 

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  • 10 townhomes
  • Low-income families
  • $701,000 City contribution
  • Operated by Calgary Housing Company
  • Opened in 2000
 
 

 

Cyprus Greens, CFB West

Cyprus Greens
Cyprus Greens
 
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  • Land donation from Canada Lands Corporation
  • 65 single family dwellings
  • Low-income families
  • $4.7 million City contribution
  • City Ownership
  • Operated by Calgary Housing Company
  • Opened in 2002
 

Salvation Army Centre of Hope, East Village

Salvation Army Centre
Salvation Army Centre
 
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  • 191 emergency beds
  • 135 transitional units
  • City contribution of land
  • Operated by the Salvation Army
  • Opened in 2001

 

 

Calgary Drop-In Centre, East Village

Calgary Drop-in Centre
Calgary Drop-in Centre
 
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  • 530 emergency beds
  • 270 transitional units
  • City contribution of land
  • Operated by Calgary Drop-In Centre Society
  • Opened in 2001
 

 

West End

West End
West End
 
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  • 47 apartments including 1 accessible/barrier free unit
  • Single room occupancy (SRO)
  • City contributed $1.45 million to renovate and refurbish plus $750,000 from RRAP and Calgary Homeless Foundation
  • Operated by Calgary Housing Company
  • Opened in 1999
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