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The new community at the 200 acre (80.9 hectare) site is based on the principles of smart growth and sustainable community design. The vision for Currie will build on the successful designs at Garrison Woods and Garrison Green to create an even denser community with a richer mix of land uses, housing types, and servicing innovations to achieve a more complete and integrated neighbourhood. Currie was designed to set a new standard in sustainable development. This includes traffic-calmed streets and pedestrian networks that bring most residents within a five minute walk of shops, parks, and public transportation and within 10 minutes of downtown Calgary.
Canada Lands Company has entered into a joint venture agreement with the highly respected Embassy Bosa Inc. for the development of 23 acres of mixed-use retail and multi-family residential development in the heart of the community.
As part of its commitment to memorializing the historical legacy of its sites, Canada Lands Company held a special ceremony in 2010 to formally dedicate two special commemorative parks: Valour Park and Victoria Cross Park. These linear parks pay tribute to Canada’s military and to those who served their country during the Second World War. Community engagement is ongoing regarding public art and greenspace initiatives as the community continues to evolve.
At full development, Currie is expected to include approximately 5,700 housing units of various types, 250,000 square feet (23,226 square metres) of retail space, roughly 615,000 square feet (57,135 square metres) of office space and 23 acres (9.3 hectares) of parks and open, accessible public areas.
Certain statements in this presentation contain forward-looking statements about the objectives of the Partnership and management’s expectations, beliefs, intentions or strategies for the future. Future events are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that may cause the actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such risks, uncertainties and assumptions include, but are not limited to: general economic conditions; actions by government authorities; actions by regulatory authorities; availability of raw materials and trades; changes in raw materials prices; foreign exchange rates; interest rates; competitor activity; industry pricing pressures; seasonality of the construction industry; and weather.