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.
If you’re looking for a quieter location that is still within reach of the city, consider one of our three inviting communities to the south of Edmonton. You might be right at home in the charming surroundings of Ruisseau (in Beaumont), the peaceful setting of Meadowview (in Leduc) or the tree-lined landscape of South Ravines and Ravines of Devon.
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.
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!
Since the need to provide physical distancing was required in order to stop the spread of COVID-19, home builders in our communities have expanded your options for touring their showhomes.
This Fall update the look of your home with these happening new trends in the world of interior design. Skim through our list and you’ll notice a couple stunning themes: darker colours and a step away from minimalism.
This past Monday (September 2, 2019) the federal government’s First-Time Home Buyer Incentive went into effect.
Home insurance is never a fun topic. It’s annoying to have to fork out for the premiums, and the only time it pays off is when catastrophe strikes. It feels like one of those necessary evils. A rainy day fund for a day you hope never happens.