T2G: Calgary-East Village

April 2012
Alberta Views;Apr2012, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p12
The article profiles the East Village in Calgary, Alberta. It mentions that the village is a combination of both vintage and modern construction, with the historic Fort Calgary at the center of its neighborhood. It notes that plans to rebuild the city is being planned, making it a sustainable, mixed-use community with commercial and residential buildings.


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