Who They Are
La Brezza, meaning ocean breeze, is considered one of Calgary’s finest Italian restaurants. Opened in 1987 and still in its original location —once the owner’s house, La Brezza continues to offer an elegantly simple Italian cuisine, emphasizing traditional home-cooked goodness.
You can enjoy a satisfying lunch and dinner menu with daily specials and in which you can indulge. They pride themselves in offering great food, great service, and a warm, relaxing atmosphere. And hope to see you soon!
It was 1981, and their founder Marco Abdi had just moved to Calgary from Somalia by way of Italy. He arrived with just a few dollars in his pocket and promptly got a job as a caretaker at a medical building in inner city Bridgeland. He lived across the...
Happy Father's Day to All Dads
With Father's Day coming soon, we need to start thinking about the greatest ways to express gratitude to our dads. As well as the usual card or gift, you may want to post a shout-out to him on your social media. Because of course, all dads deserve to be honoured.
Father's Day only happens once a year, and gives you the perfect opportunity to acknowledge your dad and tell him how special he is to you. Take this time to find the words either in a message or in a card that lets your dad know that you appreciate him throughout the year.
He has made many sacrifices in his life to provide...
Media release: Improvements in sales activity for the second consecutive month
A decrease in new listings and sales growth in May. Easing the pressure on inventory levels, finishing the month at 7,467 units, a decrease of 12 per cent in comparison to last year.
Months of supply down to just under four months due to improved sales and relative inventory levels. Although improved from five months of supply recorded last May, oversupply remains.
May citywide sales totalled 1,921 units, an 11 per cent increase over levels last year. Yet, sales maintain at 10 per cent below trends longer-term. Growth in sales was chiefly directed by homes worth under $500,000.
CREB® chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie states, “While sales activity remains low based on historical activity for May, the easing prices have brought some people back to market, while also preventing some others from listing their homes.”