Vancouver’s Qualex-Landmark, has almost single-handedly reshaped the Beltline

Vancouver’s Qualex-Landmark, has almost single-handedly reshaped the Beltline

Since Calgary’s urban living renaissance began in the early ‘90s, Vancouver developers have been instrumental in shaping our city’s 21st century urban condo culture. Vancouver’s Nat Bosa was one of the first developers to realize that Calgary’s downtown could more than just a place to work before heading back to the ‘burbs’ to live. Today, […]

Developer building sixth highrise condo project in Calgary Beltline area

Posted on Jun 27, 2014 in Project Updates, Qualex Landmark in the News
Developer building sixth highrise condo project in Calgary Beltline area

      Developer building sixth highrise condo project in Calgary Beltline area More than $370 million in sales in past decade A rendering of the rooftop garden at Mark on 10th is part of Qualex-Landmark’s footprint in the condo market in Calgary’s Beltline neighbourhood. CALGARY – A new $110-million, 34-storey residential condo tower is […]

KINGS OF THE BELTLINE

Posted on Jun 25, 2014 in Qualex Landmark in the News
KINGS OF THE BELTLINE

KINGS OF THE BELTLINE: Qualex-Landmark stakes out new ground in Beltline fiefdom   The high-rise kings of the Beltline are at it again. Walking into the Mark on 10th presentation centre, the massive model of the 35-storey high-rise condominium is surrounded by floor plans with SOLD signs plastered over them Broadway style — yet another […]

‘Sister’ towers prove popular

Posted on Jun 10, 2006 in Qualex Landmark in the News

Apparently, good looksrun in the family.Nova — the bigger sister of the earlier Stella condo project — recently sold out over a weekend, marking the second successful venture into Calgary by the Qualex-Landmark Group of Companies of Vancouver………. CALGARY HERALD

Nova Condo Tower To Join Earlier “Sister” Stella

Posted on Jan 21, 2006 in Qualex Landmark in the News

Stella has a sister coming to town. Her name is Nova — and she’s arriving in Calgary this spring, about 18 months after her older sister…….. CALGARY HERALD

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