November 2019

Found 3 blog entries for November 2019.

Perched at the very edge of the Edmonton River Valley with spectacular views of the city from downtown to the university, sit two shining examples of luxury living in Edmonton. Nestled within the established community of Laurier Heights, 8512 134 Street and 8516 134 Street exemplify the incredible progress that’s been made in the city’s Luxury market within just the last decade. 

It’s a trend very familiar for Architect Sebastian Mielczarek "The home is now becoming a piece of artwork - a type of expression where owners want to showcase to their family, to their friends and to the community that their home is a representation of their personality and part of who they are as a human being," says Mielczarek, Partner of designtwogroup inc.

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No matter how far your career takes you– there is just something about coming home and being recognized by a hometown crowd that makes hard work and sacrifice worthwhile.

On Saturday, November 17th, Jason Holland was recognized as the Sturgeon Hockey Club’s first inductee to the Hockey Walk of Fame, inside the town’s newly constructed Morinville Leisure Centre. 

With the Morinville Jets and St. Albert Merchant’s teams lined up on the blue line, Jason walked out onto the ice with a wave to the crowd as the Sturgeon Hockey Club unveiled a banner recognizing Holland’s lengthy hockey career. 

“It was a real honour to be back in Morinville and to be recognized,” says Holland. It was unexpected but a really nice gesture.  I have so many

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While many sharp, shiny new condos and commercial towers continue to rise up above the River Valley, one expansive redevelopment project stands to shape the future of Edmonton's downtown.  Rooted in history on the east edge of Jasper Avenue, the rustic three-story Pendennis Hotel is undergoing a spectacular transformation that will blend history with open, modern design and spark new interest in the area.

“We have not seen much revitalization in the Quarters and it has unfortunately eroded over the years,” explains Lorraine Bodnarek, Principal for Pendennis Developments. “We hope to change that a little bit by restoring some of our beautiful architecture and preserving it while creating opportunities for small businesses and organizations that are

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