Calgary's most beleaguered construction project appears to be beleaguered no more. The history of Steps, a multi-family project in Calgary's Bridgeland neighborhood is well known to those who follow the development and construction industry, and most likely anyone who lives in Bridgeland.

Back in November we reported that the halted Steps had re-commenced construction, and since that time, there has been construction activity at the site, but between the Christmas break and a couple of weather cold snaps, the project was seeing modest progress. Recent photos show Steps has been moving along at a good pace with a fair bit of progress over the past month.

View of construction, image via Kevin Cappis

Steps, for those who aren't familiar with its history, started construction in 2014 and has gone through periods of construction and times where it has been halted. Fast forward six years later to now, and it's still under construction under, but under the guidance of Centurion Asset Management has made more progress in the last 3 months, than it had in the previous 5+ years.

Rendering of project, image via Sturgess

Once built Steps will be part of a rapidly evolving area in Bridgeland that has seen recent completion of several developments such as Radius, as well as others like Dominion that are currently under construction. Designed by Sturgess Architecture, its funky, stylish low rise design should blend in nicely to the neighborhood. The development needs only to come to fruition. 

View of construction, image via Kevin Cappis

SkyriseCalgary will be sure to return to this project as progress continues. For more information, check out the associated Database file, for photo updates and discussion check out our Forum thread, and as always, feel free to join the conversation in the comments section below.