This fall, we are hosting multiple family-friendly events to proudly introduce you to four of our beautiful communities. We kick off September at SummerWood in Sherwood Park, then continue the festivities in October with Ruisseau in Beaumont, Easton in Spruce Grove, and Sienna in Fort Saskatchewan.
Allow us to introduce Forest Ridge – a naturally beautiful community in the city of Fort Saskatchewan, just 10 minutes northeast of Edmonton. Take a drive out – you can walk through the interpretive forest down the river, stop by the new playground for a quick swing or visit the Showhomes.
Life is about balance, and our communities to the west of Edmonton offer the best of both worlds. You’ll enjoy the quieter settings of Spruce Grove and Stony Plain, and still be able to easily access Greater Edmonton when you need it.
If you’re in the market for a new home in the Edmonton area, you probably have a lot on your mind.
Your choice of community plays a big role in your level of happiness when buying your first home. Everyone needs to find a neighbourhood that meets their unique needs. That’s why we’ve always focused on building communities people want to live in.
As you plan to build a new home, the choice of community is perhaps the most important decision you’ll make. You’ll want a convenient location that offers an atmosphere that fits your lifestyle. The great news is that there are a number of new communities throughout Edmonton that can meet the needs of different types of families. Below are some things to consider as you explore potential neighbourhoods.
Buying a new home is so much more than simply the home itself – it’s the community you choose and nearby amenities that matter as well. It’s important to find a neighbourhood that’s not only a great place to live but also convenient and safe for you and your family.
Once you’ve decided you want to buy a brand-new home rather than a resale, the next step is to choose a community that’s right for you. New communities in Edmonton have been sprouting up for decades. As a new buyer, you’ll get to decide whether you want to build your home in a brand-new community or one that’s a bit more established. Each one has unique advantages and disadvantages, so carefully consider all of your options.