September 2008 | Issue 105 Cover

September 2008 | Issue 105

In this issue:

Welcome to the Green Issue.

Verde Lofts is shaping up to be one of Calgary's most eco-friendly townhome projects, integrating the latest environmentally-responsible technology with modernist design and European styled interiors.

London at Heritage Station is the first multi-residential project to receive a Silver LEED certification (green design). It features 1,200 suites in four high-rise condo towers and a commercial base. Its proximity to the C-Train lets residents ride a bike or walk to the LRT to go downtown or to other parts of the city.

Quattro Porte (four doors in Italian) is a three-storey, four unit boutique condo in the historic and trendy neighborhood of Kensington. Peter Mauro, owner of developer New Casa Company built it green.

Long-term energy cost savings and healthier living have come to the inner city. Check out our profile of luxurious Sarina Homes townhouses.

And while we're talking about the inner city and environmentalism, you'll want to find out more about Oslo's two residential towers. Being good to the earth never looked this good.


In This Issue

Lofty dreams fulfilled

Lofty dreams fulfilled

There’s something brewing in Calgary’s inner city and it isn’t just the beer at one…

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A natural leed-er

A natural leed-er

Find the perfect balance between the environment and high-quality design at London at Heritage Station,…

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Friendly foursome

Friendly foursome

Green living options are becoming more and more available in Calgary as developers are considering…

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Enviable address

Enviable address

Optimum value, long-term savings in energy costs and a healthier living environment are all available…

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