At Maple Projects we focus on distinctive, high quality projects in niche markets and prime locations.
The management team at Maple Projects has been actively involved in Canadian real estate since 1986. Currently managing a growing portfolio of over $400 million, we have owned and managed large residential projects in both Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta. As asset managers, we oversee a large rental portfolio and develop condominium projects and townhomes.
In addition to our residential portfolio, we manage and operate several hotels as well as commercial office space; our broad range of experience throughout the real estate market has given us a unique perspective on what Canadians are looking for, in terms of both lifestyle and living quality. It is our pride and privilege to promote community living in prime locations and niche markets.
Just steps from Uptown 17 - Calgary's most energetic shopping, dining and entertainment district - you'll find UNO, a condo collection with Mount Royal mystique and 17th Avenue attitude. Modern. Stylish. Classically cool. Forty seven suites - some with one bedroom, others with two. For La Dolce Vita - The Sweet Life - there's only one. UNO.
Dare to indulge in phenomenal living. Located just steps away from 17th Avenue, you'll find TEN - forty-seven suites equipped for luxury with nine-foot ceilings, designer lighting, and state-of-the-art finishings. Close to schools, shopping, and dining while maintaining a cool and quiet sense of community, we think you'll agree this is a perfect TEN.
Live a walkable lifestyle in the heart of Calgary’s desirable Beltline area near Mission. 1215 is intelligently designed with spacious floor plans, upscale finishing, and energy efficient appliances. Our unbeatable location is just a few steps from 17th Avenue SW and Mission area, the downtown business district, and several outdoor green spaces including the Elbow River.
reImagining the future.
reImagining is a community engagement process designed to help shape a new future for the former Highland Golf Course site. More than 1,270 residents have participated in the engagement process to date, providing 739 ideas in five key areas (housing, traffic, commercial development, stormwater management and open space).