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Courtesy Qualico Communities

Sept. 04, 2019 | Andrea Cox

Chestermere: Southern Alberta's newest city is packed with amenities

It's not uncommon for those who make the move from the "big city" to the idyllic shores of Lake Chestermere to never look back.

Take, for example, Colleen and Mathew Jones.

Courtesy Apex Developments

July 10, 2019 | Barb Livingstone

Latest and greatest: Five Airdrie new-build housing developments

For buyers seeking new-build homes, these Airdrie communities have much to offer.

Courtesy Boulder Creek Estates

July 03, 2019 | Andrea Cox

Langdon: Beautiful scenery and Western heritage are fuelling growth in this charming hamlet

One of Rocky View County's best-kept secrets, the picturesque hamlet of Langdon is starting to turn heads, as its wide-open spaces and country charm place it firmly in the spotlight.

Courtesy Melcor Developments

June 26, 2019 | Andrea Cox

Cochrane: new communities provide plenty of choices for buyers

New communities are sprouting up in all four corners of the quaint mountain town of Cochrane to meet rising demand for a range of housing types and lifestyles.

Courtesy Bordeaux Developments

June 13, 2019 | Barb Livingstone

Harmony and Mahogany put unique spin on the lake-community blueprint

You've always headed west for summer vacation because it doesn't get better than lazy days spent on the water. But what if you could get all the perks of a lake vacation, including that laid-back cottage lifestyle, without leaving your neighbourhood?

The Calgary region's two newest lake communities – Harmony in Springbank and southeast Calgary's Mahogany – are both four-season, amenity-rich neighbourhoods built around water.

Courtesy Brookfield Residential

June 12, 2019 | Barb Livingstone

Calgary developers recognize family-focused amenities are a must for new community designs

If you want to have a Calgary community that outpaces all others in population growth, with lots of children and young families, it helps to have a lake.

Estate homes in Crestmont View offer stunning views of the river valley, aspen forests and the mountains.
Courtesy Qualico Communities

Oct. 05, 2018 | Andrea Cox

Crestmont View offers scenic estate homes in a natural setting

Crestmont View, the new extension to the established community of Crestmont on Calgary's western edge, offers beautiful views, lots of wide-open space and all the benefits of living in the city.

"This is an estate community and then some," said Cheryl Heilman, marketing director with Qualico Communities, the developer behind the project. "It's both the east and west Artist's View by today's standards – it's a really customizable and elite community."

Courtesy Bordeaux Properties

Aug. 01, 2018 | Andrea Cox

Harmony offers much more than just water

Like its namesake, Harmony exudes balance, peace and all things Zen. Tucked into Rocky View County, with the foothills as its backdrop, this artist's and sports-enthusiast's haven offers a fully integrated standalone community, a place where one can truly live, work, shop and play.

Courtesy Qualico Communities

Aug. 01, 2018 | Gerald Vander Pyl

The inexact science of naming Calgary communities

When it comes to the names of Calgary communities, some honour early pioneers, others are named after the surrounding landscape and some simply sound like a nice place to live.

Pleasant Heights, Scenic Acres and Sunalta (a mash up of sunny and Alberta) sound like they could have come out of a real estate subdivision name generator. But how do developers actually come up with the names for new communities?

Courtesy Qualico Communities

April 18, 2018 | Stefan Strangman

Growth spurt

As Airdrie grows, new communities flourish

Airdrie's new communities are looking forward to renewed expansion in 2018, as more buyers are looking to the city, fuelling a boom that has put residential housing sales at their highest point since 2013.

According to the city of Airdrie, nearly 2,000 houses were sold in 2017 for an average price of $394,046, up from 1,336 the previous year. The housing boom has not only led to a population increase, but has helped Airdrie grow its young, vibrant demographic. The city's statistics now show that 35 per cent of residents are between the ages of 25 and 44, with children under 15 accounting for the second largest demographic.

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