Artful design: Landmark pieces of art heighten community appeal

Posted on Apr 16, 2015 in Qualex Landmark in the News
Artful design: Landmark pieces of art heighten community appeal

At the Mark on 10th project, by Qualex-Landmark, the residential lobby atrium of the Beltline project will feature artwork from one of Canada’s most well known authors and visual designers, Douglas Coupland. It will be the first large scale Coupland piece in Alberta and its series of colourful circles represent modern Calgary. As Coupland describes […]

Artsy weathervane points to brisk sales for condo project

Posted on Mar 6, 2008 in Qualex Landmark in the News

Add a reputable artist’s work to your condo-tower project and it may appreciate more quickly than the building.That’s what Mohammad Esfahani and Roger Navabi learned with their Qualex-Landmark firm’s 30-floor Pomaria……….. VANCOUVER SUN

Are You Living In An Award Winner?

Posted on Oct 13, 2007 in Qualex Landmark in the News

Pomaria, by the Qualex Landmark Group, voted best residential highrise………… VANCOUVER SUN

Pom-Poms For Pomaria

Posted on Oct 11, 2007 in Qualex Landmark in the News

It was an apple-sweet moment for Persian expatriates Mohammed Esfahani and Roger Navabi last week, when their 30-floor Pomaria tower at Beach and Howe received the Urban Development Institute’s excellence award for highrise multi-family development…………….. VANCOUVER SUN

Pomaria’s geoexchange system heats and cools from the ground up

Posted on Jun 6, 2007 in Qualex Landmark in the News

As far as downtown developments go, Pomaria is a clear example of the movement to green building technology. Located in Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood, Pomaria was designed to leave a smaller environmental footprint than similar developments of comparable size…………….. TERASEN NEWSLETTER

Foot of Howe St. goes green

Posted on Jun 9, 2005 in Qualex Landmark in the News

It’s the $92-million, 180,000-square foot townhome-and-tower complex, the latter element so designed that all units are located on corners…………… VANCOUVER SUN

$2.95-million view

Posted on May 6, 2005 in Qualex Landmark in the News

A 2,751-square-foot penthouse at Pomaria (developer Qualex-Landmark) on the north shore of False Creek just sold for $2.95 million – almost $1,100 per square foot. That price per square foot could be a Vancouver record………….. VANCOUVER SUN

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