As you’re searching for a new community to call home, consider the Northeast region of Greater Edmonton, where we offer four outstanding options. The sky’s the limit for you in Cy Becker and you will find peace in SummerWood in Sherwood Park. If you continue on to Fort Saskatchewan, you’ll be quickly impressed by Forest Ridge and Sienna.
Looking for a new home in Southeast Edmonton? Qualico Communities offers two attractive communities in this fast-growing area. One community is established and ready to welcome you, while the other is progressing well in the early stages of development. Read on for more details about Laurel Crossing and its new neighbour, Aster.
Summer is an ideal time to get outside, whether it’s for a bike ride, nature walk or picnic. You can run around, play your favourite sport or cool off at the nearby splash pad.
Southwest Edmonton is a beautiful area to build a home. With several new communities developing in Edmonton’s growing south, residents have many options to choose from! Whether you’re looking for a home close to schools to accommodate a growing family, a home next to nature to provide you with all the motivation you’ll need to get outdoors and be active, or a home surrounded by shopping and amenities, Southwest Edmonton has you covered.
Stormwater ponds have become a common fixture in new communities, often encircled by a walking path or enhanced by benches, docks and lookout points. In addition to providing natural scenery, they play an important role in managing the excess stormwater that flows through our communities.
Qualico Communities has two new communities developing in West Edmonton, Edgemont East and The Uplands at Riverview.
The new community of Aster in Southeast Edmonton has a lot going for it, but is it right for you? Have a read and figure out if this up-and-coming neighbourhood should be your future address!
Edmonton’s winter is cold and snowy, which means there are loads of fun activities that you can enjoy! With ice comes sliding, with snow comes sculpting, and with our long nights comes lots of opportunities to take in the lights, both natural and artificial.
Looking for some fun activities to keep your October entertaining? Edmonton and area has lots to offer! Whether you’re looking for laughs, a great film, or a way to scare yourself, there’s something in our list for you.
The summer of 2020 may become known as the season of the staycation, as travel restrictions put in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 keep people closer to home.
For most of us, that may not have been our first option, but having a staycation can still be adventurous, fun and restful. To help you out, we’ve provided you with some tips that will help you make the most of your summer staycation.
While the summer weather is finally upon us in Edmonton, and kids will soon be released from the home schooling experiment thrust on most of them due to COVID-19, parents face a new challenge. What to do to entertain their kids while still taking physical distancing measures to ensure everyones’ safety?