With a multitude of projects underway in Okotoks, Chestermere and south Calgary, Anthem United is set up for a busy year
The name may be new, but the passion for creating communities remains as ingrained as ever.
Just last month, United Communities completed the process of changing its name to Anthem United, which reflects its corporate relationship with the Vancouver-based developer, investment and management company, Anthem.
Founded some 83 years ago as United Management, this is only the second time the company has changed its name. In the 1990s, the rebrand to United Communities came about when the company’s focus shifted to greenfield development, says Steve LePan, marketing director for Anthem United.