In addition to the residential suites being 100% occupied, the commercial spaces located at the base of Bridge are also fully leased with Anytime Fitness, Five Vines and Good Earth Café snapping up the great frontage along 9A street NE.
Bridge is now home to over 450 people (and pets!), from newborns to seniors as well as experienced locals and new Canadians. Over the past year, residents have come together on the expansive rooftop lounge and 8th floor pet lounge for countless events and meet-ups, creating bonds and forming an authentic community.
“From the very beginning, we wanted this to be a place for connections,” said Edan Lindenbach, Principal of Land Planning & Development for JEMM. “We love Bridgeland and wanted to add to this amazing community, as well as create a great ecosystem for people within Bridge.”
Bridge is a 241,000 sf, Class A, purpose-built concrete rental development with unique attributes – smart technology, high efficiency mechanical systems and a low parking ratio. For incoming Bridge tenants, the forward-thinking features held big appeal for modern renters looking for high quality home. Adding to that, a bold art story (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCL_pZHYunk) involving three local artists and a massive piece of public art makes Bridge an exciting place where local creativity is evident throughout each floor.
JEMM Properties extends deep gratitude to the hundreds of people who have worked so hard make Bridge special for its residents, including exceptional planners, architects, designers, marketers, artists, leasing teams and property managers.