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The future of Calgary is downtown. TELUS Sky will be a new hub in the downtown core that will bring people together and an example of a new way to live and work in the city.

The upper levels at TELUS Sky (29–56) will be rental, meaning people who live in TELUS Sky will keep the building active vibrant 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. This is how mixed-use live / work projects can help reorient cities, drawing people, businesses, ideas and life inward, from the suburbs to the downown core.

“Ranked the 5th most liveable city in the world by The Economist Intelligence Unit. Population density is low, quality of life is high and housing abundant.”


  1. Brookfield Place
  2. TELUS Convention Centre
  3. The Bow
  4. Glenbow Museum
  5. Calgary Tower
  6. EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts
  7. Bow Valley College
  8. Calgary Public Library
  9. National Music Center
  10. YMCA
  1. Black Betty Burger & Winebar
  2. The Palomino Smokehouse
  3. Home Tasting Room
  4. Catch & The Oyster Bar
  5. The Belvede
  6. Saltlik Steakhouse
  7. Blink Restaurant & Bar
  8. Milestones
  9. Caffe Rosso
  10. Centini Restaurant
  1. Hyatt Regency Calgary
  2. Le Germaine Hotel
  3. Calgary Marriott Downtown
  4. Palliser Fairmont Hotel
  5. Delta Bow Valley
  6. International Hotel Calgary
  7. The Westin Calgary
  8. Sheraton Suites
  1. SportChek
  2. Hudson’s Bay
  3. Wolford
  4. Fashion Central
  5. Out There
  6. John Fluevog Shoes
  7. Banker’s Hall
  8. The Core Shopping Centre
  9. Holt Renfrew
  10. Eau Claire Market

Green Space

Calgary is home to plenty of green space, which is popular throughout the year. Downtown, visitors and locals enjoy 20 public parks, many of which overlook the stunning Bow River. Over 50 parks throughout the Greater Calgary Area provide large spaces for fresh air, exercise, and relaxation.


Calgary is conveniently located a short distance from several world class ski resorts, many of which are also popular for summertime activities and year round sightseeing. Banff National Park averages over 3.3 million visitors a year, while Lake Louise, Sunshine, and many other mountains are popular among skiers and snowboarders. In the summer, the world famous Calgary Stampede provides a week of entertainment including a parade, rodeo, and midway fun.


Calgary Transit has an annual ridership of over 107 million passengers annually. The LRT has seen recent expansion with a new Green Line currently under construction. TELUS Sky is conveniently located next to the 7th Avenue C-Train station.


Calgary boasts a vibrant and diverse population, being one of the youngest in Canada with a median age of 36. More than 28% of the city’s population are immigrants, and the city has proven popular with immigrants who have decided to relocate after arriving in Canada.


Calgary is considered to be the sunniest major city in Canada, with the sun shining an average of 2,300 hours every year. Even winter months tend to experience a great deal of sun, while Chinook weather systems will pass through to provide a warm break during the colder season.

Tech Economy

The Tech Economy has quickly grown in Calgary in recent years. Ranked in the top 5 most competitive tech talent markets in Canada, partnerships between the city, universities, and businesses have resulted in technology professionals being among the highest paid in the city, while the industry itself continues to see exponential annual growth.

Food and Beverage Hub

While Alberta is famous for high quality beef, the Calgary food scene has burgeoned with diversity in recent years. Many craft breweries, including Big Rock, are based out of Calgary, and the SAIT culinary program has attracted skilled chef’s from around the world as teachers. Just steps from TELUS Sky, Stephen Ave boasts many bars and restaurants, from casual comfort to upscale cuisine.