OTTAWA, Nov. 13, 2012 /CNW/ - ModBox is a new boutique property
development company. Its official launch will be held at a private
party at the recently completed Bridgehead Roastery on Thursday,
November 15, 2012. ModBox is looking to establish a new standard in
urban living with progressive modern designs, sustainable practices and
a strong understanding of today's modern lifestyle.
The city of Ottawa's urban intensification mandate has created an
opportunity for ModBox to develop residential projects in urban
neighbourhoods and to introduce new thinking to urban living.
"As designers of the built environment, it is our goal to bring our
clients unique concepts in how they inhabit and experience space." -Andrew Reeves, Architect.
Modbox challenges convention about urban living and proposes a new
approach to city dwelling. We are able to bring this unique vision to
Ottawa with the help of a team of passionate, skilled and dedicated
individuals who make up ModBox.
In fact, Ottawa offers the ideal backdrop for ModBox's vision. There is
an abundance of activity that inspires our designs and encourages our
philosophy of intelligent and modern urban living. The City combines an
exceptional lifestyle, natural environment and the opportunity to lead
the way in terms of architecture suited to the 21st century. For a
modern and progressive development company, Ottawa is the place to be .
We have started a blog (ModBlog) to celebrate all things related to
Ottawa, design, building and construction and sustainability. More
details are available at www.modbox.ca.
ModBox is a new partnership between architect, Linebox Studio Inc., and
contractor The Lake Partnership Inc (TLPI). These firms have come
together through shared a vision of modern design, ideals in urban
living, appreciation for quality and a love for the city of Ottawa.
There are currently two exciting ModBox developments available for sale
"Mechanicsville Lofts" and "Springfield Towns" in Lindenlea. Details
available at www.modbox.ca
For further information:
Darryl Squires, CEO
Andrew Reeves, Architect