OUR History

A Third
Generation Developer


Building on Our Legacy

Three generations and over 60 years of real estate planning, development, construction and management across Western Canada. We attribute our success to over 100 years’ combined experience in real estate decision-making and our rich family tradition of sharing and collaborating with one another.

Three Generations of History

2020 — Present

Bucci begins developments on Dominion (Spring 2021), Garden Drive (Winter 2022), Encore East Broadway (2025) Midnight East Broadway (2025) and Orion (Spring 2025).

2006 — 2019

Bucci wins Calgary Multifamily Builder of the Year in 2008 and 2011. Meanwhile, Mike spearheads the development of Bella Lusso (2006), Xenex on 12th (2010), Lumen (2010), NEXT> (2013), Tribeca (2014), VEN (2015), Kensington (2016), Villo (2016), and Radius (2019).


Fred’s son Mike joins the family business, and plays a key role in launching Xenex and Lumen. Today, he serves as Executive VP of Development.

1993 — 2004

Bucci Developments enjoys a run of successful developments, including Creekside at Clayton Hills, Hunter’s Glen, Riverside Terrace, Bella Citta, and Bona Vista Estates.

1992 — 1994

Fred Bucci is appointed, and serves as, President of the Urban Development Institute of Canada.

1990 — 1992

Recognizing his skill and experience in property development, the Urban Development Institute of Canada names Fred Bucci its new Pacific Region President.

1986 — 1993

Greg and Fred’s first multi-family development, South Port, is completed and delivered, followed by Radcliffe Pointe, Stoneridge, Henley Park, Westport, and Heritage Gate.


Fred invites Greg Nelson to join the company, purchases Valley Fair Mall, and appoints Mr. Nelson Development Manager of the newly formed Bucci Developments.


Fred Bucci leaves Qualico and takes over the company. Refocusing on his partnership with his father, he renames the company Bucci Investment Corp., and buys the South Gate Shopping Centre.


Fred Bucci Sr. starts Cedar Grove Thoroughbreds, a racehorse breeding enterprise. By 1973, he’s spending the majority of his time on this business.

1953 — 1969

Fred Sr. goes on to develop Midwest Trailer Sales Edmonton into an integrated manufacturing and multi-brand manufactured home sales business. Upon Fred Sr.’s retirement, this arm of the business is eventually wound down.

1953 — 1969

Fred Bucci Sr. sells a manufactured home from his car lot. Intrigued, he takes a chance and secures dealership rights to a mobile home line.

Fred Bucci Sr. incorporates Midwest Trailer Sales Edmonton— later to become Bucci Corporation— and plans their expansion across Western Canada. Fred Bucci Sr. is exposed to the expanding manufactured home industry.

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