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Bridlewood Affordable Housing Development

Bridlewood affordable housing development

The Bridlewood affordable housing project, located at 2375 162 Ave S.W., consists of 62 new homes in the community Bridlewood and will provide housing stability for up to 250 Calgarians.

This development accommodates families living low and moderate incomes.

About the project


This development consists of:

  • 10 buildings
  • 14 four-bedroom units
  • 48 two-bedroom units
  • 14 of the units are barrier free
  • Community resource building, with a kitchen and washroom
  • open park space for residents and the community

This development is made possible thanks to our partners at Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Government of Alberta, Graham Construction, Integral Group and MTa Architecture. It was funded in part by the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre’s Alberta Municipal Solar Program. 

Energy performance


Green building techniques and materials were used to maximize energy efficiency and limit environmental impact. An electrical solar panel system installed. This will help reduce the energy costs for the residents of the units.

This decision also supports The City’s Climate Resilience StrategySustainable Building Policy and to help prepare Calgary Housing for more stringent energy codes.

Community engagement


We worked with the community of Bridlewood to ensure the building was well designed and integrated into the community.

Project photos


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