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Londonderry Breaks Ground

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Londonderry Breaks Ground

The Londonderry Affordable Housing Redevelopment officially broke ground today! Today’s announcement and sod turning event, led by Capital Region Housing, the Government of Alberta, the City of Edmonton and kicked off by Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson, introduces a new mixed-income model for affordable housing in Edmonton, and is the first social housing regeneration project in the city. The GEC team is excited for the next phase of the Londonderry project, with construction expected to be complete by Fall 2021! For more information on today’s event, visit our website or click on the links below:

 

Ground Broken on $70M Londonderry Housing Project

https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/ground-broken-on-70m-londonderry-housing-project-1.4128566#_gus&_gucid=&_gup=twitter&_gsc=K3ZR7NC

 

Province Invests in Affordable Housing in Edmonton

https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=60781B1C1B6C7-FDCB-DF70-94EFCE8B6BCB9380

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New Model for Affordable Housing

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New Model for Affordable Housing

The new Londonderry Mixed-Use Redevelopment was recently featured in the Globe and Mail. With the innovative unit mix, design, and revenue model, the development is “being hailed as groundbreaking for Edmonton and those involved hope it will be a blueprint for future affordable housing developments.”

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Social housing regeneration

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Social housing regeneration

GEC is currently working with Capital Region Housing on the Londonderry mixed-use redevelopment, which received unanimous support from Edmonton City Council yesterday. Located in in Edmonton’s Kilkenny neighbourhood, the development will contain 240 residential units with a mix of market-rate and subsidized homes.

“This is fantastic work. It really is a community you’re building here,” Mayor Don Iveson said of the 240-unit Londonderry redevelopment.

Read more on the Londonderry housing in the Edmonton Journal here

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U of A’s East Campus is Taking Shape With New Residences

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U of A’s East Campus is Taking Shape With New Residences

The University of Alberta East Campus is quickly evolving into a student residence village destined to be an iconic part of student life at the U of A. With sweeping views of the river valley, dining halls, collaboration spaces, and individual rooms, the residences will provide a place for students to live, share ideas, and connect as part of a vibrant student community.  As the landmark residence on the site, Peter Lougheed Hall is expected to be complete this spring for students to move in and make their mark. Visit SKYRISE Edmonton for a detailed look at the East Campus residence development.

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