Symphony Tower is truly a unique project for the city of Edmonton. At 27 stories high, this building is a mix of penthouses, condos and townhomes, and it sits right in the heart of the city. On March 1, 2018 we joined all of the teams that have been so integral in this project to celebrate a major milestone - the topping off of this amazing structure.
At Cyrcorp, we pride ourselves on being advocates of our projects, making decisions with the best interest of our projects in mind, not just trying to satisfy one party over another. That's why it is with great pride that we announce our latest achievement - completing our QAS ISO 90001:2015 certification.
Centre in the Park is a new mixed-use development in the centre of Sherwood Park, with close proximity to its main public library, public performing arts space, high schools, and retail centres. Cyrcorp is excited to help deliver this project to completion.
Cyrcorp Partnership Ltd. (Cyrcorp) would like to announce that it has been awarded the project management contract for the new Stony Plain Alliance Church (SPAC).
When the new Symphony Tower project was announced back in 2014, the real estate community definitely had a lot to talk about. This multi-residential project is a unique structure not only in Edmonton, but certainly across the country.
Century Park is uniquely positioned as a focus point for residents, commuters, as well as retail customers. It is also a major transit hub and has hundreds of patrons that come in and out of the area daily.ProCura has proposed a new design that introduces a shared parking model for residents and visitors.
The first high rise to be built in Edmonton's historic Whyte Avenue district in over 60 years, The Mezzo has brought about significant changes in zoning bylaws and will propel redevelopment in this neighbourhood forward.
Cyrcorp is part of the team working on Privada Private Residences, a luxury condo development that is being built on 3.5 hectares of land and will achieve net zero efficiency.
In January 2017, CUE is kicking off its largest infrastructure project in 95 years – the new 30,000 sq ft Centre for Science, Research and Innovation.
The Varscona Theatre is finally ready to reveal its new venue to its longtime supporters and neighbours in Old Strathcona.