Building more than real estate.
At HIP, we’re committed to helping shape a vibrant and confident community that dreams big, stays creative and lives passionately. Check out what we’ve been up to.
Life At The Gaslight
Gaslight Square is HIP developments way of capturing the history and culture in Cambridge. The district features everything from fine dining and entertainment – featuring the theatre, festivals, art and music, a unique working environment and a place to call home.
Artist Philip Beesley at Gaslight District
We believe that dreaming is part of living. It shapes creative, confident lives and vibrant communities. That is why HIP Developments has contracted University of Waterloo faculty member Philip Beesley to create a permanent art installation, coming in the spring of 2019 at Gaslight Square in Cambridge.
Riverbank Lofts Announced
New developments announced in Hespeler Village
The City of Cambridge and HIP Developments officially announced project details of the former American Standard property along the Speed River in Hespeler Village.
SUCCESS AT THE WRHBA SAM AWARDS OF DISTINCTION
HIP Developments is proud and honoured to have been recognized with a number of awards at the Waterloo Region Home Builders' Association (WRHBA) 22nd Annual Sales and Marketing (SAM) Awards of Distinction.Learn More +
BOLD IMAGERY FOR BIG DREAMS
Stephanie Boutari brings the walls of Grand Innovations to life in the Gaslight District.Bold imagery designed to ignite bold thinking by the residents of this new office building.
Gaslight Square Comes to life with help from our friends.
We have always loved the interactive art found on the streets of Montreal - especially the illuminated musical swings. It is known around the world and bring smiles to everyone’s faces. We’ve decided to bring that level of world class excitement to Gaslight Square. HIP is working with Daily Tous Les Jours, the Montreal based interaction design studio responsible for the swings and so much more. Daily will be creating a permanent outdoor experience at Gaslight Square designed to help us connect with, and be part of, the stories in our Grand River. We can’t imagine, and can’t wait, to see what they’ll do. To hold you over, have a look at “Hello Trees” created for Houston Texas. Photography by Morris MalakoffLearn More +