620 10 Avenue SW
620 10 Avenue SW is a 56,000 m2 mixed use development in the Beltline District just south of Calgary’s Business District.
ClientbcIMC Investment Management Corporation
Redefining the Beltline District
The project is designed to create a strong accent building as an entrance to the Downtown Core and the newly developing residential zone to the west in the Beltline District. The mixed-use project includes two 33-storey towers combining a 390 suite Marriott Residence Inn and 303 multi-residential units. The exterior expression of both towers contrast each other using coloured patterned windowwall.
The interiors were designed to cater to young and tech savvy professionals, with lobby and amenity areas which support active spaces meant for gathering. A coffee station and mixture of work and lounge spaces welcome tenants on the ground floor, while a top of the line show kitchen, full fitness studio, games room and lounge area complete the amenity offerings.
A mixture of concrete tones, and warm wood accents are contrasted by bold graphics and blackened steel elements to create a perfect balance of industrial edge while maintaining a sense of warmth.
620 10 Avenue SW also includes 1,000+ m2 of ground floor retail and two levels of underground parking with two additional levels above grade. The parking podium is clad in precast concrete with light boxes reflecting the colour and texture of the Rocky Mountains to the west.
Global Director, Buildings | IBI Living+
Mr. Kazerouni is the Global Director of Buildings at IBI. Mr. Kazerouni graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Master’s degree, in 1991. With over 25 years of experience, he has a significant portfolio of projects completed or underway across Canada, the United States, the UK, UAE, Jordan and India. These include high density high-rise residential buildings, hotels, office, retail, institutional, and complex urban mixed-use developments. A number of these projects have been nominated for and received Urban Design and Architectural Design awards.
Mr. Kazerouni has been a guest lecturer on the subject of architecture and mixed-use design at universities, conferences and various panels. He has also been interviewed on the subject by architectural publications, newspapers, television and other media. Mr. Kazerouni’s abilities and expertise in his field have been recognized by his appointment to the City of Mississauga’s Urban Design Advisory Panel, the City of Markham’s Urban Design Advisory Panel and the City of Vaughan’s Urban Design Advisory Panel. He is also a past Advisory Board Member of the Urban Land Institute, and a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Keith Sallaway leads the architectural practice in the Calgary office, including all areas of southern Alberta, western British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. His creative ability to design and his leadership capabilities result in well-managed projects that meet or exceed client expectations.
Associate | Manager, Interior Design
Heidi Rose is a team design lead with well over a decade of experience in the field of Interiors. She specializes in conceptual design in both hospitality and high-rise residential interiors. With her experience she has developed a keen eye for detail with the utmost attention to quality and design, and has the ability to establish and identify creativity in each new opportunity.
Heidi’s strengths lie in concept through to construction focusing on building honest client relationships, while maintaining the overall design intent and direction. She has the ability to provide creative design solutions that adapt seamlessly to aesthetic, and project goals. Her design approach is to collaboratively provide tasteful, and thoughtful interiors that are relevant and cultivated.
Some of Heidi’s experience is built from working on the Public Hotel in Chicago, the Editions Hotel in Miami, and the St. Regis Hotel in Mexico City to name a few during her growth at Yabu Pushelberg. IBI Group initiatives have brought her multiple high-rise residential opportunities ranging from high to low end markets making her experience vast and adaptable. The ties between hospitality and residential design are like-minded in creating lasting interiors to surprise the visual senses of the end user.