Which home remodeling projects have you done?
The home renovation market is changing, with more and more people looking to do renovations.
But the majority of these projects involve remodeling homes in their homes.
That means home owners can expect to spend $3,500 to $4,000 to get their home in a good condition.
That includes remodeling the floors, walls, ceilings and appliances, among other things.
Here’s a look at the best home remodels in Calgary, as well as some of the best renovations that are currently available in the city.1.
Home remodeling project at the Laval Centre Calgary City Council has approved a $1.6-million home renovation project to help improve the Lauraville Centre and create an indoor playground.
Construction on the project began earlier this year.2.
Laval Place Calgary’s Laval Square, one of Calgary’s most iconic street addresses, is slated to be redeveloped.
The project will include a new public plaza, a new pedestrian bridge, a cafe and a new bar.3.
Lava Village, Calgary’s biggest community park, will be expanded with a community center, playground, water park, fitness centre and water feature.4.
LRT in the Lava neighbourhood is being renovated and reopened.
The first phase of the project includes a new LRT station and a bus stop on the north side of the LRT tracks.5.
The Laval Gardens Community Centre, which was demolished in 2000, is being rebuilt.
The building is slated for a $150-million facelift.6.
Larger homes and properties are being converted into loft apartments in downtown Calgary.
The plan is to open a new 100-unit apartment building, complete a mixed-use development with offices, restaurants and retail and add a parking garage for the area.7.
The Downtown Calgary Urban Redevelopment Agency is developing a $100-million mixed-used project on the site of the former H&R Block, a historic shopping and office centre.
The redevelopment will include retail, housing and offices, including the new Downtown Calgary Mall.8.
The Calgary Municipal Land Trust is purchasing the site that is currently home to the Calgary Municipal Auditorium and is planning to demolish it and convert the site into a mixed use building.
The site is currently used by the Municipal Auditoria for events and performances.9.
A new mixed-income housing development will be built on the corner of 13th Avenue and Highway 16A in the downtown Calgary area.
The planned project will be the third in a series of developments that will include office space, retail and apartments.10.
The $1-billion Calgary Tower development is being revitalized.
Construction is underway on the two-tower, two-storey, 260-metre-high tower.
The development will include apartments, retail, hotel rooms and offices.11.
Calgary Riverfront has been re-opened to the public.
The old city hall is being transformed into a pedestrian plaza and a community centre.12.
The City of Calgary has approved the purchase of two vacant parcels of land on the western edge of the city for the creation of a new mixed use development on the west side of Highway 17.
The plans include retail and office space.13.
The new downtown development, The Lachine Village, will include more than 50 affordable housing units and a mixed purpose residential and retail complex.14.
The Edmonton Heritage Centre, one the largest municipal heritage sites in Alberta, will receive a $4.5-million upgrade to make it accessible for visitors.
The renovations will include an accessible outdoor pavilion and a large open space area.15.
The Northland Art Gallery will be renovated to create a new, state-of-the-art, exhibition space.
The upgrades will include lighting and sound, a redesigned auditorium, new seating and a redesigned roof.16.
A $1 billion redevelopment of the University of Alberta’s North Campus will bring about a $200-million new university library.
The changes include improved accessibility, enhanced technology, a large new library and a public plaza.17.
The B.C. Public Library will undergo a $700-million expansion to create an 11,000-square-foot, new, open, high-quality building.18.
The Kootenay Community Centre is undergoing a $500-million renovation to add a community library, open a restaurant and more.19.
A series of $1 million renovations to the Northwood-Mendocino Transit Centre will be complete.
This $2-million, three-building transit centre will be converted into an office and retail space.20.
The West End neighbourhood is undergoing an $8-million rehabilitation project to create two new buildings with the goal of creating 1,500 jobs.
The work will include new sidewalks, a landscaped park and a pedestrian walkway.21.
A public-private partnership is being finalized to develop a new residential, retail space on the southwest corner of Highway 15 and Highway 20.
The proposal will include