Qualex-Landmark, an award-winning Vancouver-based developer that has built six projects in Calgary’s Beltline area, has found the sweet spot when it comes to creating shared amenities.

Andrea Cox, The Calgary Herald

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It’s better together: Shared platforms offer richer living

Whether it’s a communal vegetable garden, outdoor terraces with benches and barbecues or a bicycle sharing program, savvy real estate developers are taking a special look at shared living platforms.

“It’s not a new concept. ‘Global living’ cities like New York, Chicago, Toronto and Vancouver have been doing this for years,” says Robert Duteau, senior vice-president of development at Grosvenor, a multi-national global real estate development company and the developer behind the successful Drake, Smith and Avenue West End projects in Calgary.

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