In building innovative property solutions for its major real estate projects, Canada Lands Company attempts to leave behind a lasting legacy for the local community. These can vary from a monument commemorating the heritage of the site, to a public green space, or a carefully planned interpretative walking tour. Local community support for these initiatives facilitates the company's activities and increases the financial and community value of the project.
Glenlyon Business Park, the Natural Habitat for Business, is the premier suburban office park in Western Canada. Situated in the Big Bend area of South Burnaby, the park is centrally located and completely surrounded by green space including parkland, the Fraser River and a golf course.
Award winning Village At Griesbach offers north Edmonton’s most beautiful character homes. This new community features an innovative “urban village” design, ensuring places to live, work and play are all just minutes away.
The sites, close to Ottawa’s downtown core, present a once-in-a-life-time opportunity to address issues of urban reintegration, quality of life and factors important in designing the places where you live, work, learn and play.
The Old Port of Montréal offers something for everyone. The Old Port of Montréal is a premier tourism and event venue in Québec, attracting millions of visitors each year. The historic Old Port welcomes many types of cultural and entertainment activities, such as culinary, sports, music and outdoor festivals.
The second-largest science centre in Canada, the Montréal Science Centre is helping visitors of all ages acquire an understanding of science and technology.
Transforming Montréal’s industrial port lands into a dense, sustainable and vibrant mixed-use development that captures the spirit of the city’s historic interior port
Garrison Crossing is an award-winning community that combines the best in residential living with local shopping and other amenities. Nearly sold out, this 153-acre site, featuring over 1,700 units, is modeled on the principles of "new urbanism" and has created livable neighbourhoods in Chilliwack to live, work and play.
Downsview Park is a dynamic urban park that combines active and passive elements, reflecting the diverse nature of the surrounding Downsview community. Visitors from all over the Greater Toronto Area are attracted to the Park’s various on-site uses, ranging from education, sports, nature, recreation and cultural events.
The Downsview Lands project in north Toronto surrounds Downsview Park; one of Toronto’s largest urban green spaces. Its neighbourhoods will be interconnected, incorporating city transit, walking and cycling networks. These park centered developments will feature innovative design and provide places to live, learn, work and play.
Currie, the third and final phase of the redevelopment and reintegration of the former Canadian Forces Base Calgary, continues to evolve as one of the most progressive communities in Calgary. The roughly 200 acre (80.9 hectare) development combines a mix of housing and retail, green space, heritage commemoration and a walkable urban design that is just minutes from the downtown core. Located in the heart of southwest Calgary, Currie will be a contemporary urban village where work and play rest in perfect balance, with vibrant amenity spaces just steps from your door. Following on the success of Garrison Woods and Garrison Green, Currie is a showpiece community for the latest in urban living.
Defining the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated structure. As the proud owner and manager of one of the country’s most popular tourism attractions, Canada Lands Company is constantly striving for innovate ways to share the CN Tower with visitors from across Canada and beyond.