Copperblock develops multifamily, industrial, commercial, and residential real estate that elevates the standard of design, aesthetic, and quality in every community we touch. Progressive and cutting edge, our landmark projects are thoughtfully designed to honour our commitment to ethical, environmental, and socially responsible building.
With sustainability as a core Copperblock value, these developments include features such as rainwater recycling, electric vehicle charging stations, and LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
The returns on these projects are some of the best in the industry, with some expected to achieve a target ROI of >20% per annum. Click here to invest today
Inglewood Intersection 123
A 45-unit purpose-built apartment complex, Inglewood Intersection 123 will be situated in a central-mature neighbourhood currently going through a major revitalization. Only one block from 124 Street, with eateries including Rge Rd, Northern Chicken, and the world-renowned Duchess Bakery, the area also has ready access to public transit.
University 109 will be a mix-used development comprised of 94 rental units and ground floor retail space. One of the few new developments in Edmonton’s south side activity hub, University 109 will be situated within blocks of several Edmonton landmarks, including Whyte Avenue and the University of Alberta, and will enjoy strong public transit access to all parts of the city.
Westmount 122 will be one of the the only new buildings in the prestigious area of Westmount, breathing new life into a mature neighbourhood adjacent to the Downtown Edmonton core. This 25-unit apartment complex will include a rooftop amenity area, solar PV technology, and an on-site car sharing program, and is expected to achieve LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
Shipping Container Builds
Shipping container builds are refashioned from recycled steel shipping containers through our unique engineering process, creating stunning dwellings that are structurally sound, eco-friendly, and energy efficient. Strong and durable, shipping containers can become almost anything—from single-container garden suites to multi-story apartment complexes—resulting in buildings that look and feel like regular residences, while fully embracing recycling and repurposing practices.