Liberty Landing is a balanced community with an ‘emerald necklace’ of green space and wetlands, and a range of housing options for homeowners at all life stages.

Looking for a home near Red Deer? Gasoline Alley is the answer!

Answers to your questions about the new residential community in Gasoline Alley

You know it’s convenient — steps to shops, services and work in Gasoline Alley, and an easy drive to Red Deer and Calgary.

You know it’s affordable — competitive prices and a range of residential options for homeowners at all life stages.

You know it’s well-planned — Scott Lamont and the team at Lamont Land have earned a reputation for building thoughtful communities that preserve natural areas and develop smart solutions.

What else would you like to know?

If you’re considering making your home in Liberty Landing but still have a few questions, the answers are here!

What Phase are we in, and how many phases are planned?

Phase One at Liberty Landing is nearly complete, with quick-possession homes and excellent building lots available now. There are seven phases planned, offering a mixture of residences for a diverse community. No matter your income, family size or life stage, there’s a home for you at Liberty Landing.

What types of homes are available?

A previous developer proposed an aggressive plan for Gasoline Alley with densely packed apartments and condominiums, but Liberty Landing is taking a more balanced approach with wetlands, walking paths and a mix of residential options.

  • single-family homes with attached garages
  • single-family homes with detached garages
  • single-family homes with parking pads
  • duplex homes with garages
  • townhomes with parking
  • opportunities for ‘ageing in place’ homes

What amenities are nearby?

The great thing about Gasoline Alley is that all of the amenities are already established — housing was the last thing to move into the neighbourhood! Grocery stores, medical services and entertainment are all within walking distance, and it’s easy to hop on the highway to Red Deer or Calgary. School-aged children are bussed to Penhold, but discussions are already underway to build a school right in the neighbourhood.

Bus Route 12A Gasoline Alley/Springbrook runs once per hour from Laura Ave. and connects Liberty Landing residents to Red Deer. Memorial Parkway has been designed with transit stops in mind, and in the future the community may have increased bus service.

READ MORE: Urban comforts in a natural setting: this community is right up your alley!

Move in today!

Find your lot or choose from affordable single family homes, duplexes and townhomes at libertylanding.ca. There are homes for a variety of life stages and lifestyles, and every purchase comes with a $1,000 landscape bonus redeemable at Blue Grass Nursery. Questions? Call 403-252-7575 or reach out online.

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