September 2014

Found 2 blog entries for September 2014.

First came the baby boomers, and then came Generation X followed by the millennials. You don't hear a lot of talk about Generation X as much as you do about the boomers and the millennials. While the baby boomers are thinking about their future retirements the millennials are busy preparing for their mid-age years. In the middle, Generation X, the people born in the 1960s and 70s, are purchasing real estate with a different mindset than the other generations.

According to a recent survey conducted by TD Bank, Gen X home buyers want freedom from their mortgages and don't want home loans to cramp their lifestyles. More than 2/3 of those surveyed said that they didn't want to allocate their entire budget to a mortgage payment. They want to be able to

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Vessel - Calgary Public ArtCalgary is showing new signs of life. An Artscape has invaded the city. A special makeover took over the existing stations last winter. The public art showcased captivates city goers from all around. The art is accessible, whether you’re riding a train, bus or taxi and the projects are on display 24/7.

Luminous Crossings at City Hall Station

City Hall Station is best seen coming nightfall. The light displays are timed to change with arriving and departing trains. At the entrance towers stand tall and the hanging sculptures will greet you while riding the transit. Calgary’s public art project has revamped the City Hall Station into an arts site.

Recollections, Topiary and Topiary Quilts at McKnight-Westwinds Station

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