A new home gives you the LIBERTY to pursue ambitious resolutions

This thoughtful community has everything you need to make a fresh start in 2021

Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley is ready to help you start the new year right. Single family, duplex and townhomes are available now, or build your dream home from scratch!

Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley is ready to help you start the new year right. Single family, duplex and townhomes are available now, or build your dream home from scratch!

Put on your Santa hat and call all the elves together: it’s time for a brain-storming session.

Have you started sketching out your 2021 resolutions? One key to a successful goal is creating a step-by-step plan to achieving it. Will your habits, your community and your surroundings support the change you hope to make?

No matter what you’re hoping to achieve in 2021, a change of scenery can give you the fresh start you need to make it happen.

Resolve to spend less time commuting

If you’re fully committing to remote work in 2021, then it’s time to upgrade your home office. The new Liberty Landing community in Gasoline Alley has a range of home sizes to suit all life stages and styles. Choose from townhomes, duplexes and single family homes to find a layout that supports your work-from-home resolution.

The other way to cut down on commuting? Live in a quiet neighbourhood close to your work! Liberty Landing is walking distance to a bustling commercial centre of shops, restaurants, professional services and more.

Resolve to make new friends

Liberty Landing is built for community. With a thoughtful mix of home styles you’ll meet neighbours from a range of backgrounds, representing a variety of life stages. Connect with other parents at the playground, chat with other gardeners as you landscape your yard, or meet for afternoon walks with other dog owners. And with Liberty Landing’s affordable prices, you’ll have more room in your budget for entertainment. Resolving to make new friends is the first step; the second is connecting to a welcoming community.

Resolve to spend more time outside

When your new year’s resolution is to connect with nature, you can’t do much better than moving in next to a wetland habitat. The Liberty Landing community has been thoughtfully designed to incorporate natural spaces along an ‘emerald necklace’ of recreation trails and parks. Even better? Move into a single family home or duplex and you’ll receive a $1000 Landscaping bonus redeemable at Blue Grass Nursery. When the snow melts in the spring you can exercise your green thumb and really grow roots.

Resolve to get in shape

If you’ve opted for a classic fitness-based resolution, Liberty Landing has your back. The network of trails and green space will inspire you to get outside in all four seasons, and nearby fitness options will keep you on track. The G.H. Dawe Community Centre, arenas, golf courses, aquatic centres and other fitness facilities are closer than you think!

Building lots and quick-possession homes are available now in Liberty Landing! Choose from affordable single family homes, duplexes and townhomes at libertylanding.ca. Questions? Call 403-252-7575 or reach out online.

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Liberty Landing offers the whole package: affordability, quality, choice, amenities and convenience.

Liberty Landing offers the whole package: affordability, quality, choice, amenities and convenience.

Walking trails and parks at Liberty Landing offer plenty of opportunities to get active outside.

Walking trails and parks at Liberty Landing offer plenty of opportunities to get active outside.

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