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March 01, 2019

Calbridge holds virtual groundbreaking for Triveri House

Pepper Rodriguez

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Calbridge Homes took its turn to launch its contribution to the RESOLVE Campaign to end homelessness in Calgary with the virtual groundbreaking ceremonies for Triveri House.


Triveri House marks the eighth new permanent supportive housing development to be constructed for the Calgary Homeless Foundation and its housing collaborator HomeSpace Society, through the RESOLVE Campaign.

Calbridge Homes is one of 11 home builders and developers that each committed $1.4 million to create affordable rental housing with support services for up to 3,000 vulnerable and homeless Calgarians. Including other donations, $27 million has been donated by the local homebuilding industry to
RESOLVE.

Construction for Triveri House is underway in Calgary’s southeast community of Forest Lawn, and is the largest project to date, with 38 bachelor-style suites. Each home will have a kitchenette and washroom, there will be communal and amenity space in the building for residents’ use, and they will have
24-hour supports available. Construction is expected to be completed in February 2020.

Triveri House is named after Calbridge Homes Chairman and Founder Joe Ferrraro’s mother’s side of the family, and dedicated to the memory of both of his parents — Catherina Triveri-Ferraro and Raimondo Ferraro.

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