September 13, 2012
Ground breaking signals buyers ready for new urban experience
MEDIA RELEASE — Less than six months after the launch of their initial riverfront residential offering in East Village, Embassy Bosa Inc. broke ground today on their first tower – FUSE
March 31, 2012
Grand opening of sales centre
CALGARY HERALD — More than 1,200 people got a glimpse of the future of East Village during a recent official grand opening of a sales centre for the inner-city area.
March 31, 2012
First phase of Evolution project by Embassy Bosa
CALGARY HERALD — If a show suite in the first phase of Embassy Bosa Inc.'s project in East Village is any indication, the tower's name makes perfect sense.
Febuary 17, 2012
CALGARY HERALD — Bringing a major condo project to market as part of the rebirth of East Village in Calgary was an opportunity too good to pass up, says a developer.
October 16, 2010
CALGARY HERALD — Who says history doesn't repeat itself? The current Calgary recession is looking more and more like that of the '80s when downtown office vacancy rates — Calgary’s best economic benchmark — exceeded 15 per cent, as is currently the case.
October 5, 2010
CBC NEWS — A major development deal has been struck by the Calgary Municipal Land Corporation to transform Calgary's East Village.
WEST COAST HOME SEARCH MAGAZINE — Legacy and legend - that's the heady combination centred on the twin-towers "village" concept now under construction by Embassy Development Corp. in Burnaby.
BUILDER/ARCHITECT MAGAZINE — You could say it runs in the family. Or you could say it's a natural predisposition due to a serendipitous combination of ge-netics and environmental upbringing. Or then again, you could simply express it the way Ryan Bosa does: "Building is what I do. It's fun, and I can't picture myself doing anything else."
October 11, 2003
NEWS LEADER — The developer behind the first plan aimed at transforming the Holdom Street SkyTrain station area into an urban village is asking to increase density for the project.
October 1, 2003
NEWS LEADER — The first step in the transformation of the Holdom Street SkyTrain Station area into an urban village took place Monday when city council instructed staff to start working on the first rezoning bylaw for the area.