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.
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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.
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."
Watch the promo video of the demolition process starting at the Standard site.
‘The Standard’ and ‘Riverbank Lofts Development To Begin Immediately
Cambridge, Ontario - The City of Cambridge and HIP Developments officially announced development project details for the former American Standard property along the Speed River in Hespeler Village.
February 18, 2016
Season 2016, Episode 300240029
A historic area of Cambridge will get new life with a new residential development that will include luxury apartments and condos.
A new $50 million project to build two residential developments along the Speed River will "rejuvenate" Cambridge's Hespeler Village, the city's mayor says.
The City of Cambridge and HIP Developments of Waterloo announced details for construction of The Standard and the conversion of a historic mill building into the Riverbank Lofts on Wednesday morning. The project will revitalize the former American Standard property, which fronts onto Guelph Avenue, Queen Street East and Chapel Street.
CAMBRIDGE – It’s been eight years in the making, but Shawky Fahel’s dream of redeveloping the former American Standard building is about to come to fruition, with the help of Scott Higgins and HIP Developments Inc.
On Wednesday (Feb. 17), the pair announced the imminent start of construction on the $50-million project in downtown Hespeler.
CAMBRIDGE — After sitting dormant for seven years, the revitalization of Jacob Hespeler's old mills is finally happening.
Mayor Doug Craig and Waterloo-based Hip Development announced the long-awaited project at one of the old mill buildings along the Speed River on Wednesday morning.
"It's a blend of old and new," Craig said.
The $50-million development will consist of a 10-storey, 152-unit apartment building with a ground-level retail area and an outdoor patio along Queen Street.