President & CEO – Gordon Laing ( far left ) accepting award on behalf of Southwest Properties MAPLE received the “Excellence in Green Building – New Construction 2018″ award from the Atlantic Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council ( CaGBC ) on September 18th at the BuildGreen Atlantic CaGBC Conference and Tradeshow. The annual Leadership Awards recognize … Read More »
Southwest Properties has achieved two major accomplishments with its residential project MAPLE, winning the Rental Development of the Year 2018 award from the Canadian Federation of Apartment Associations and achieving full lease-up of all 300 units within 12 months of building occupancy.
During a reception following the Canada Green Building Council’s Atlantic Chapter Conference, Southwest Properties was awarded the Green Building Pioneer Award for 2017 – an award that recognized Southwest’s contributions towards the CaGBC Atlantic Chapter’s mission and goals of accelerating green building in Atlantic Canada.
A St. John’s based restaurant and hospitality development company with over 30 years experience, has ear marked Southwest Properties’ MAPLE as home to their new restaurant. The Exchange on Hollis will be a premium casual dining experience located at the street level of MAPLE. Robert Moore, owner and President, has labelled the new experience as … Read More »
The Smiling Goat Organic Espresso bar is scheduled to open this July at MAPLE, the latest residential development by Southwest Properties at the corner of Hollis and Sackville Street. The new café will be the fifth location in downtown Halifax for owner Kit Singh and the second location within a Southwest property. The espresso bar entrance will be located off … Read More »
Halifax | Friday, April 21st, 2017 Today marks a major accomplishment for Southwest Properties as MAPLE, the largest multi-unit residential building to come to downtown Halifax, received its building occupancy permit from the city. The achievement comes less than two years from the date that Southwest assumed construction management of the Hollis Street … Read More »