Nov 18, 2016
Waterloo Record, Cambridge, Galt

Development may be Cambridge’s largest

Waterloo Region Record

By Jeff Hicks

The crumbling foundry ruins and clothing-factory remnants of west Galt are being fitted for a $120-million makeover.

The Gaslight District is featured on the cover of the Waterloo Region Record.

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Nov 16, 2016

Watch the progress on the contstruction of The Standard building in Hespeler in this time laps video.

Hip Developments has been featured in the December 2016 issue of Exchange Magazine. Read the full article here.



On October 1st, attended one of the best industry events we’ve ever been to – the VIP launch of Riverbank Lofts in Cambridge.

Cambridge, ON. October 3, 2016

Steven Page brought out some of his biggest hits, as the former Barenaked Ladies lead singer rocked the Riverbank Lofts condominium sales launch event this past Saturday night. Event host and local real estate developer HIP Developments saw over 80% of the condo units reserved in what was one of the most memorable and electric nights seen in Hespeler.

Riverbank Lofts & The Standard: SAVE THE DATE! Construction now underway at the historic American Standard property in Cambridge, ON

AUGUST 12, 2016

Cambridge, ON - Construction is underway at the historic American Standard site in Hespeler Village. A reconception of condominium and apartment living, the Riverbank Lofts and The Standard are the latest work of HIP Developments.

Jul 4, 2016

For Immediate Release

Trio on Belmont: Now open, move in now, strong leasing and demand, phase 2 ground-breaking.

July 4, 2016

Waterloo, ON - The first of three luxurious apartments in the heart of Belmont Village is now open. This stunning new building marks the first phase of Trio on Belmont , a premium residential offering in Kitchener.

Riverbank Lofts courtyard

Waterloo-based HIP Developments is spearheading a $50 million project designed to revitalize the former American Standard property along the Speed River in Cambridge, Ont.’s Hespeler Village.

"This is about more than constructing buildings," says HIP president Scott Higgins. "It's about community building and how the project will enhance the Hespeler core and create a space for everyone to enjoy."