Duke at Mission: Time capsule burial

What’s hidden in the Duke at Mission time capsule? You’ll have to wait 50 years to find out!

We asked homeowners submit items that represent Calgary, themselves or things that happened between 2015 and 2017 (the time Duke was being built), and they did not disappoint!

On October 20, 2017 we buried the Duke at Mission time capsule in the heart of the building. Traditionally, time capsules are used to communicate with future historians — But for our residents at Duke, we used it as an opportunity to communicate with the future residents of the building and showcase the individuals who made Duke at Mission what it is. From choosing interior selections, to personalized door colours, each of our homeowners made decisions that helped us shape the building into what it is today.

We can’t wait to hear what future residents think of this stunning development!