Yesterday, October 16, Ivanhoé Cambridge and its partners AIMCo and Matco Investments Ltd. marked the official opening of the West Tower of the Eighth Avenue Place office complex in Calgary, Alberta. Joined by representatives from building manager Hines, the new building’s tenants and various members of the Calgary business community, along with municipal and government representatives, celebrated the opening of this iconic building in its splendid glass lobby.
Eighth Avenue Place is among a series of major development projects for Ivanhoé Cambridge. Our projects are found around the world.
- In Toronto two weeks ago, we announced one of the city’s biggest real estate projects, at 45-141 Bay Street.
- In Montreal, we announced the Maison Manuvie project, a world class office tour at 900 de Maisonneuve West.
- In Paris:
- In Chicago, we have started work on the prestigious River Point project.
Eighth Avenue Place, together with these other projects, provides a perfect illustration of Ivanhoé Cambridge’s workspace strategy and its high-quality service, which exceeds the expectations of the most demanding clients. We continue to invest and develop to strengthen our presence in the world’s major cities.
About Eighth Avenue Place
Eighth Avenue Place provides nearly 176,500 m2 (nearly 1.9 million ft2) of leasable space in the heart of downtown Calgary. It consists of two towers: the East Tower, completed in 2011, with 49 floors, 96,619 m2 (1.04 million ft2) of leasable space and LEED® Platinum CS (Core and Shell) certification; and the West Tower, completed in 2014, with 40 floors, 75,251.43 m2 (810,000 ft2) of leasable space and LEED® Platinum CS (Core and Shell) pre-certification. The two towers share a winter garden and various landscaped terraces.
The complex is a marvel of architectural and sustainable design, providing some of the top equipment and services in Calgary to its tenants. It has a green roof with an area of nearly 2,325 m2 (almost 25,000 ft2), Canada’s biggest in this category of building. Pickard Chilton, the international architecture firm renowned for delivering design excellence, served as design architect for both towers.