How can development be better? What is the future of our streets, communities and cities? Remington has answers; they’re found in each one of the company’s projects.
The company was Alberta’s first private developer to design and construct a LEED Gold Certified building (Quarry Park West). Remington was the first private company to undertake a land swap with the Weed Lake Wetland Restoration Project. And Remington was the first company in Western Canada to employ a more energy efficient precast panel in the construction of industrial warehouses. The company has fully developed eight brownfield sites in the past 20 years alone, even more since inception. Cycling and walking have been promoted as legitimate forms of transportation; live/work in a new community can be a reality. The contribution of reverse commuting has been realized. Nature reserves have been established and rivers and streams have been protected with overland drainage systems. Site remediation and recycled construction materials are industry norms. Most importantly, the company’s development approach has contributed to the social and economic fabric of the community.
The community of Quarry Park prior to redevelopment and site remediation.
Fairview Business Centre prior to site remediation and redevelopment
Fairview Business Centre
Heritage Towne Centre
The importance of inner city development and densification will be magnified at Remington Development's Rail Town
A portion of the community of Ramsey prior to the development of Remington's Portland Street Depot.
Remington's Portland Street Depot provided an employment node for the community of Ramsey.
The integration of different housing styles in one comprehensive community is a fixture in Quarry Park.
Designing communities near existing transportation arteries - like this example at Quarry Landing - benefits all users.
Leveraging and adding to existing services at Remington Development's Rail Town will rejuvenate the surrounding neighbourhoods.
Parks and pathways in Remington's communities are notable. Visit a Remington property - industrial, design build, office or community - and you will see the difference.
Reverse commuting is a fixture in the visioning of Remington's Quarry Landing. Rather than commuters travelling in one direction, roads can be used more effectively and safely when commuters travel in opposite directions during peak travel times.
Communities designed with convenient transportation access.
A walkable commute in a community where residential, retail and offices are developed concurrently.
Commuters on two wheels enjoy the connectivity of Quarry Park to City of Calgary pathways.