URBAN NEIGHBOURHOODS NEED PEOPLE WHO LOVE THEM, AND GREAT LIVING SPACES MAKE THAT HAPPEN.
JEMM is inspired and driven by passion for community. Our current development, Bridge, will bring people who embrace the pace of urban living to a neighbourhood that delivers an exciting mash-up of old world charm, gracious green spaces and modern community life.
Bridge, located at 950 Mcpherson Square NE, will be ready for occupancy in July of 2022.
What’s Next for Bridge
How is construction progressing? The project is progressing on track with the concrete structure completed at the end of June. The finishing stages of the
1. Development Vision
2. Land Use Application Submission
3. Public Consultation
4. Land Use Approval at City Council
5. Development Permit Submission
6. Public Information Session BRCA Community Hall 6:30-9pm
7. Development Permit Approval
8. Start of Construction
9. Start of Leasing
About Bridge at Bridgeland
JEMM, together with Zeidler Architecture, has designed Bridge to rise along the southern edge of Bridgeland’s award-winning 30-acre master-planned enclave, Bridges. Bridge will introduce leasable living spaces into a sought-after community, creating new opportunities for people to enjoy urban life with flexibility and ease.
Bridge will provide 285 apartment-style leasable living spaces above carefully curated retail shops and restaurants. Inside the building, tenants will find places to connect with people, work out, store bikes, share a car or charge an electric bike.
Bridge has been designed as multi-tiered building with a 16-storey tower on the Northeast corner of 9th street NE, an 11-storey wing to the south, and a 7-storey wing to the west. At the main entry point for residents the building height drops down to two storeys, alongside an outdoor plaza space.
Bridge offers car-free living, encouraging residents to take advantage of all the opportunities for daily discovery on foot or bike. Bridgeland’s main street, cycling pathways, St. Patrick’s Island, Calgary’s downtown core, the Bridgeland/Memorial LRT station, the banks of the Bow River and thirteen local bridges are all just moments away.