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Redevelopment

Sable Group of Companies' core focus is redeveloping inner-city communities. We bring to life a vision for a modern future of buildings and their communities, while honouring their heritage and history, and doing it the right way. We restore, not replace and seek to "Leave your jersey in a better place."

Starting from The Pillar's in 1999, Sable has redeveloped the following local Calgary properties: Riviera Place, Royal Terrace, Cameron Heights, Kitsilano Place, 1809 - 11 Ave SW, Parkview Terrace, 920 Royal Ave SW, Taymar, Kensington Riverside, Centro, Roxboro River Shoppes, and 916 Memorial. 

Our Projects

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115 25th Ave SW, Calgary

Completed: October 2014

Westside Apartments

Live in the heart of trendy Mission!  Well-managed, concrete building just steps from shops, eateries, pathways, Erlton Station, and the Elbow River.  These large one and two-bedroom units are spacious and filled with natural light. Each unit has a large patio, perfect for a summer afternoon.

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916 Memorial Drive NW, Calgary

Completed: October 2014

916 Memorial

This inner-city project consisted of a concrete 5-story, 37-unit redevelopment on Memorial Drive NW.  Ideally located across from Calgary’s Peace Bridge, with convenient access to downtown and riverside pathways, owners enjoy one of the city’s "Most Walkable Neighbourhoods. Comprised of 1 & 2-bedroom units, the building also offers covered parking, a bike storage room, and an elevator.

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2500 4th Street SW, Calgary

Completed: January 2004

Roxboro River Shoppes

Located on 4th Street SW, in Calgary’s trendy Mission area.  A vibrant neighbourhood, the area hosts a myriad of restaurants and boutique shops.  Home to the annual Lilac Festival, the area draws huge crowds for a celebration of artisan crafts, music, and culinary fare held each year in May.

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1420 Memorial Drive NW


Completed: March 2005

Kensington Riverside Condominiums

This 28-unit concrete redevelopment is located in a private cul-de-sac, facing the Bow River.  Completed in 2005, the renovation allowed for efficient floor plans and front patios with river views.

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317 - 19 Avenue SW


Completed: February 2005

Taymar

At the time of its debut in 2003, Taymar’s was Sable’s most ambitious project.  Using the solid concrete and steel construction that is a fundamental charm of the Mission area, the company completely overhauled the mechanical and electrical and redesigned the building to incorporate a covered entrance, parking level extension, and the addition of a Loft floor and elevator.  There were ultimately 46 units in total; 34 1+den or 2-bedroom units and 12 Loft suites.

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920 Royal Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: March 2005

920 Royal Avenue SW

In 2003, Sable brought an element of “funky” to the historically prestigious neighbourhood of Mount Royal with their 18-unit project 920 Royal Avenue.  Catering to young, first-time home buyers, the restyle of this property offered innovative design features such as concrete floors and a mid-wall gas fireplace to define the interior spaces.  Exterior improvements included newly-installed Stone tile blended with the original brick, to keep with the overall rich feel of the neighbourhood.

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60 - 38A Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: April 2005

Parkview Terrace

Located 2 blocks from Stanley Park, this 24-unit redevelopment included a rooftop patio that offered owners great city views.  In addition, mechanical systems were replaced, electrical upgraded, and improvements done to the exterior and common areas.

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1809 - 11 Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: June 2003

1809 – 11 Avenue SW

Completed in 2003, Sable transformed this low-rise building into a boutique redevelopment in Sunalta.  Boasting large decks, custom designer cabinetry, and open floor plans, this project was quickly identified as providing exceptional value for buyers.

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1835 - 18 Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: January 2002

Kitsilano Place

This 20-unit, vintage 1970’s concrete building was completely restyled in 2001.  Interior upgrades included hardwood flooring, maple cabinetry, tile surrounds in the kitchen and bathroom, brand name fixtures, seven-appliance package, and unique design features like a built-in wine rack.

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1129 Cameron Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: January 2002

Cameron Heights

Sable’s fifth redevelopment project in Calgary’s inner-city core, Cameron Heights continued the standard and affordability on which the company built its reputation.  This five-storey, 24-unit concrete building just steps from trendy 17th Avenue SW, offered people an alternative to renting.  The renovation included mechanical, electrical, heating, landscaping, exterior enhancements, contemporary interior finishings, a paved parkade, new windows and roof.

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1125 - 17 Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: December 2001

Royal Terrace

In 2001, Sable transformed a 1930’s apartment building into a 15-unit condominium complex comprised of 1 and 2-bedroom suites.  Located in Lower Mount Royal, close to restaurants and shops, and where the average home cost $2.5M, Sable sought to bring affordability and lifestyle amenities to first-time home buyers. The building was reconditioned and modernized but kept some heritage elements, such as oak hardwood floors, in order to maintain the building’s character.

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117 - 23 Avenue SE, Calgary


Completed: March 2000

Riviera Place

Sable’s second condominium conversion was in-line with the company’s vision for redeveloping prime inner-city neighbourhoods.  Being located in the Mission district offered buyers walking access to shops and restaurants.  Being built of concrete offered buyers a solid investment opportunity.

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715 - 15 Avenue SW, Calgary


Completed: February 1999

The Pillars

Sable undertook this seven-story 1970’s building redevelopment in 1999.  Located in the Connaught district, steps to shops and eateries located on 17th Avenue, the location and price point appealed to renters looking to purchase in a neighbourhood that offered a walkable lifestyle.

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