Quick posession homes and building lots are available now at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley. Move in today!

Quick posession homes and building lots are available now at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley. Move in today!

The Goldilocks neighbourhood in a Goldilocks city: this community is ‘just right!’

Red Deer’s Gasoline Alley is the perfect mix of urban comforts and small town charm

If you live in Red Deer, you already know.

It’s a four-season city with a thriving local economy, big enough to have everything you need and small enough to feel like home.

Scott Lamont and the team at Lamont Land love Red Deer too, which is why they decided to build a new community in the growing neighbourhood of Gasoline Alley. It already has all the amenities you love — Costco and Galaxy Cinemas, Starbucks and local restaurants, clothing stores, home improvement supplies and medical services. Now Liberty Landing brings a thoughtful community with townhomes, duplexes and single family homes to suit a variety of life stages and lifestyles, plus plenty of green space to connect with nature.

The Goldilocks city

Not too big, not too small, Red Deer has everything you need without the congestion of Edmonton or Calgary, and Liberty Landing is the Goldilocks neighbourhood. There’s lots to see and do right around the corner — just walk down the street to visit shops and restaurants, or even walk to work! Access to even more amenities is just a short drive away.

Red Deer is big enough to have its own entertainment scene, museums and art galleries, but small enough to feel friendly and accessible. Even the airport, located just a few minutes from Liberty Landing, is the perfect Goldilocks size. You’ll never have to wait in long security lineups, and a 2016 runway extension means the airport can accept larger aircraft — connecting you and your business to more of the world.

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The heart of the province

Red Deer is perfectly proximal to Calgary and Edmonton, so when your favourite band or hockey team is visiting you won’t have to drive far to go see them. Now that the world has embraced work-from-home, you can keep up with colleagues online while enjoying lower taxes and more affordable home prices, then pop into the city when it’s time for a face-to-face. Liberty Landing is the perfect home base for your business, with plenty of green space and recreation at your door, coffee shops and pubs down the street, and all of Alberta’s best destinations just a short drive down the highway. Spend your summers lounging on the beach at Sylvan Lake and your winters snowshoeing or cross country skiing through the extensive wetland trails that wind through Liberty Landing. Walk to Galaxy Cinemas or try your luck at the Lockdown Escape Room. Connect with urban comforts just down the road like the G.H. Dawe Community Centre and Collicutt Centre.

Building lots and quick-possession homes are available now in Liberty Landing! 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 single family and duplex home purchase receives a $1,000 landscape bonus redeemable at Blue Grass Nursery. Questions? Call 403-252-7575 or reach out online.

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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.

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.

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