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A Groundbreaking to Remember!
HIP Developments Ready to Deliver on Cambridge Gaslight District
Typical ground breaking ceremonies involve helmets, gold shovels and dirt, so what do you do when your project sits on bedrock and there is no dirt? If you are HIP Developments you figuratively “blast some rock,” which is what happened Sept. 27 for the launch of the next phase of the Gaslight District development on Grand Avenue.
HIP Developments unveils plans for The Gaslight District in Cambridge!
The buildings built in the 1800s will be redeveloped to become the area’s premier dining, entertainment, and artisan destination. The public square will feature restaurants with patios and cafes, reminiscent of a Parisian district.Learn More +
Construction begins at last on Galt condo towers
HIP Developments has started construction on the first of two 20-storey condominium towers in the Gaslight District located in Galt, a community in Cambridge.Learn More +
HIP Developments hasn’t just made civic pride their priority, but in fact leveraged it into a winning strategy.
Under the leadership of HIP Developments President Scott Higgins, this developer sees giving back to the community not just as an obligation, but as a rewarding act that provides value to the entire city. That’s because this developer views sustainable success as a result of contributing to both the social and economic growth of their communities.Learn More +
It’s Happening! Construction for The Gaslight District Underway in Cambridge
Situated in the historic downtown Galt area of Cambridge, The Gaslight District will be home to residential spaces, commercial spaces, retail, art, dining, event hall, community and culture.Learn More +
‘Creative Capital of Canada’ Planting Flags Across Waterloo Region
In conjunction with local BIAs, hundreds of street light banners and marketing materials placed in the uptown and downtown cores are all about celebrating the region’s past, present and future, as the Creative Capital of Canada — an idea sparked by a discussion between community stakeholders a couple years ago, says Scott Higgins, president of HIP Developments.Learn More +