Tuesday, the 31st of August 2021 marked the beginning of something wondrous at Taza Park.
Leaders of Tsuut’ina Nation, Taza Development Corp. and members of the Calgary business community officially broke ground on Taza’s latest village -Taza Park.
At a celebratory, well-attended and culturally rich ceremony the first shovels broke ground, signifying commencement of construction. Cementing the excitement and historical nature of this event, officials from Tsuut’ina and Taza announced that renowned auto dealerships; Metro Ford and Big 4 Motors will be the first anchor tenants at Taza Park.
Metro Ford and Big 4 Motors have been working diligently with the Nation to incorporate Tsuut’ina history and culture into their properties, setting a new standard for the Taza tenant and Nation relationship.
Executives from the two dealerships were on site demonstrating true partnership as they spoke with one vision and one voice. Both dealerships plan to be open for business by the fall of 2022. They have exemplified Tsuut’ina Nation’s core value of moving forward together.
Taza Park encompasses 530 acres. It is being designed as a dynamic, mixed-use community. Taza Park will provide retail, professional and residential offerings, along with recreation and entertainment destinations.
Breaking ground with these anchor tenants represents the start of something wondrous. This announcement is greater than business as usual, representing significant and lasting change, for good.
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