Anthem Properties Group Ltd. is Pleased to Announce the Acquisition of the Save on Meats Building in Vancouver, BC

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - March 13, 2013) - On February 28th, 2013, Anthem Properties Group Ltd. completed the acquisition of the historic Save On Meats Building located at 43 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC.

The Save on Meats building was originally constructed in 1891 and substantially renovated in 1908. An iconic landmark in Vancouver's downtown east side, the building is home to the Save On Meats Diner and Butcher Shop, currently owned and operated by Mark Brand.

Anthem has plans to renovate the building, and will consolidate the Save on Meats businesses onto the ground floor retail level. Subject to obtaining City approvals, Anthem will create new, loft style, office space to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th levels of the building which is projected to be ready for occupancy as early as August 2013.

"Anthem is very pleased about this recent acquisition, adding another building to its downtown eastside portfolio which includes recent purchases: 190 Alexander Street and 425 Carrall Street (the former BC Electric Building)," says Alexa Baughen, Anthem's Vice President of Investments and Communications.

About Anthem Properties:

Anthem Properties is a 120-person real estate investment, development and management company operating in Western Canada, headquartered in Vancouver, B.C. The Anthem portfolio is currently comprised of over 3.5 million square feet of commercial space, 40 acres of urban and suburban land held for future development, and approximately 3,500 residential condominium units either in the design development stage or under construction. Anthem has invested in, developed, and/or managed, alone or in partnership, over 210 projects, in virtually all asset classes, with a cumulative historical value of approximately $2.5 billion. For further information, please visit the Company's web site at

Contact Information:

Anthem Properties Group Ltd.
Alexa Ulinder Baughen
VP, Investments and Communications