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About this project

Brookfield Place Calgary was a full-block commercial development consisting of two office towers, retail space and an outdoor plaza in downtown Calgary with an estimated cost of $1 billion. Standing at 247 metres tall, the 56-storey east tower is the tallest building in western Canada and provides 2.4 million square feet of office space.

In addition to the east tower, development plans called for an additional office tower totaling approximately 1 million square feet, a 60-foot high transparent glass pavilion, restaurants, retail shops and amenities at street level, and underground parking – accommodating 1,100 parking stalls.

Location

Calgary, AB

Client

Brookfield Office Properties Management LP

Stakeholders

The Bank of Nova Scotia (as Administrative Agent), The Toronto Dominion Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation of Canada, United Overseas Bank Limited, La Caisse Centrale Dejardins du Quebec, HSBC Bank Canada, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada), Alberta Treasury Branches, Canadian Western Bank

Services

Construction cost estimating, Project monitoring, Independent landwork schedule analysis

Sectors

Office, Retail

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