CALGARY, Oct. 28 /CNW/ - Canada Lands Company CLC Limited (CLC) has
agreed to a thirteen-month extension on the lease it has with the Calgary
Farmers' Market (CFM) at Currie Barracks. The new lease will expire at the end
of November 2010 rather than at the end of October 2009.
CLC met with CFM officials today to discuss their lease and new
information brought forward by CFM enabled CLC to offer this one-time
extension to 2010. Due to CLC's development plans, the lease cannot be
"CLC whole-heartedly supports the market and that is why we are extending
the lease until 2010 to enable it to finalize plans for a new venue in
Calgary," said Doug Kester, Vice President, Real Estate, Western Region for
Currie Barracks, CLC's newest project in Calgary, Alberta is the last of
three sites to be redeveloped on this former Canadian military base. It will
join the multi-award winning communities of Garrison Woods and Garrison Green.
CLC is a federal Crown corporation that optimizes the financial and
community value obtained from surplus strategic properties no longer required
by the Government of Canada. The company is self-financing and implements
innovative, sustainable property solutions to create strong and competitive
communities wherever it operates.
For further information:
For further information: Gordon McIvor, Vice President, Strategic
Acquisitions, Public and Government Affairs, Canada Lands Company CLC Limited,
(416) 952-6111 or firstname.lastname@example.org