URBN-ish store coming to Bishop’s Landing

A new store for all your home and houseware needs is set to open this summer. Heather and Malcolm Suttie will be bringing a new retail concept to Bishop’s Landing that includes women’s clothing, housewares, home décor, and baby items to be known as URBN-ish. Originally from New Brunswick, Heather and Malcolm founded room2remember in … Read More »

The Westminster Wins National Award

THE WESTMINSTER received the National Renovation of the Year 2021 (Common Area) from the Canadian Federation of Apartment Association.  In a national online awards presentation on May 6th, THE WESTMINSTER was judged on its overall creativity, efficient use of budget and final renovation appearance. The judges selected THE WESTMINSTER as the winner, noting that “the … Read More »

Sushi Jet Asian Cuisine opening at CURVE

Sushi Jet Asian Cuisine is set to open a 5,200 square foot dining experience on South Park Street this fall. The new restaurant concept will be located in Curve. Sushi Jet will bring an elevated culinary experience of authentic Thai, Chinese, and Japanese flavours to the new restaurant. From traditional maki sushi to high end … Read More »

Curve at South Park Wins Again !

The Investment Property Owners Association of Nova Scotia ( IPOANS ) selected CURVE as the provincial Development of the Year for 2020 !  The award makes CURVE a two-time winner in 2020.   During a Live Stream awards presentation on Wednesday, October 14th, CURVE was chosen the winner in the Development of the Year category.  … Read More »

CURVE at South Park a winner !

CURVE at SOUTH PARK received the National Rental Development of the Year 2020 award from the Canadian Federation of Apartment Association.   In a national Zoom awards presentation on June 25th, CURVE was judged in the high-rise category on its overall creativity and suite design, curb appeal, amenities, environmental quality, efficient use of space and … Read More »

CUNARD – PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION

A Public Open House and information session will be held for the proposed mixed-use, residential development located on the CUNARD LOT at 1325 Lower Water Street.   Case 22129 – Southwest Properties has submitted an application for Downtown Substantive Site Plan Approval for a mixed-use building with a 16-storey residential tower at 1325 Lower Water Street, Halifax.  Representatives of Southwest … Read More »

DAILY GRIND OPENING AT BISHOP’S LANDING

Well-known Halifax coffee hangout, The Daily Grind Café and Art Bar, will be bringing their fare to Bishop’s Landing this summer. The café and art bar will provide the surrounding residential and business crowd with great coffee and food options to complement the lineup of restaurants and services already in place at Bishop’s Landing.

The Ville Caffeine Bar opens on Sackville Street in MAPLE

Posted by The Coast Halifax – Kylee Nunn – March 9th, 2019 “I was done working for a boss and I wanted to do something on my own,” says Jenna Oosterholt, owner of the newly opened The Ville Caffeine Bar (5146 Sackville Street). { MAPLE by Southwest Properties } The Ville offers a rotating bean, cycling through various … Read More »

Public Open House – Substantive Site Approval

A Public Open House will be held for substantive site plan approval for lands at 5640 Sackville Street and 1577 South Park Street, Halifax.  Southwest Properties has submitted an application for a Substantive Site Approval to the HRM Design Review Committee for review and approval of amendments to the roof design of Pavilion and Curve, and east and north … Read More »

President & CEO, Gordon Laing appointed to Board of Directors – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)

On December 21st, 2018, The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister Responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), announced that Mr. Gordon J. Laing, President & CEO of Southwest Properties, will join CMHC’s Board of Directors, effective December 12, 2018 for a 4-year term. CMHC is Canada’s authority on … Read More »