Walk the ‘emerald necklace’ at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley and take advantage of great parks, green space and natural wetlands.

Walk the ‘emerald necklace’ at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley and take advantage of great parks, green space and natural wetlands.

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

Gasoline Alley’s new community offers homes for all life-styles and stages

If you were designing your dream community from scratch, what would it look like?

A quiet, natural setting that’s not too far from amenities. A large private yard that’s still walking-distance to work, schools, restaurants and entertainment. Close to the highway for easy-access to the city without the traffic and high taxes. A vibrant mix of young professionals, families and empty nesters in new, quality homes.

Is there anywhere in Alberta with that perfect mix of country quiet and city convenience?

“Gasoline Alley has all the amenities, and now it finally has a thoughtfully planned residential area with green space, parks, and affordable homes to round out the community,” says Scott Lamont, project manager for Liberty Landing. “We believe better living should be attainable —you should be able to enrich your quality of life without the high price tag.”

READ MORE: ‘Emerald necklace’ boosts housing and green space in Gasoline Alley

Quality homes for all lifestyles and life stages

Build your single family, duplex or town-home with one of Liberty Landing’s building partners, trusted for quality workmanship and exceptional customer service. Explore the floor plans for Bedrock Homes, Falcon Homes, Somerset Homes and Lexinn Homes at libertylanding.ca/home-builders/all and start dreaming about how you’re going to customize.

“Our handpicked builders are experienced, reputable and build high-quality homes,” Lamont says. “If you’re eager to move right away, you can also take advantage of the quick possessions in the community.”

Phase One is almost sold out, and Phase Two is now selling. Which lot has your name on it?

Respecting land and people

Lamont Land has been developing thoughtful communities in Alberta since 1991, staying true to its promise of respecting land and people. It’s clear to see those values in Liberty Landing, where natural wetlands thrive alongside playgrounds and winding pathways.

“We call it the emerald necklace because there’s so much interconnected green space. Plus we’re offering a $1000 landscaping bonus so green thumbs can plant their own gardens and lawns when they move in,” Lamont says. “It really helps the community feel like home.”

Historic Gasoline Alley has everything you need, with employment opportunities and entertainment right down the street. Medical services, schools, shopping, movie theatres, golf courses, restaurants and cafés are all in the neighbourhood, and Collicutt Theatre, G.H. Dawe Community Centre and other amenities are just down the highway. Work remotely and take a quick trip into Calgary or Red Deer when you need to pop into the office, then put your feet up in a thriving community where generations come together.

Visit libertylanding.ca for more information, then come explore the community!

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Gasoline Alley finally has great housing options for a range of lifestages and budgets! Great access to Red Deer and Calgary, or walk to work in Gasoline Alley from your home at Liberty Landing. (Photo: Jay Munoz of Caption Photography Media)

Gasoline Alley finally has great housing options for a range of lifestages and budgets! Great access to Red Deer and Calgary, or walk to work in Gasoline Alley from your home at Liberty Landing. (Photo: Jay Munoz of Caption Photography Media)

Liberty Landing has duplexes like this one, as well as single family homes and town homes, so there’s something for all lifestyles and life stages!

Liberty Landing has duplexes like this one, as well as single family homes and town homes, so there’s something for all lifestyles and life stages!

Move into a single family home, duplex or town home at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley. Every purchase comes with a $1000 landscape bonus redeemable at Blue Grass Nursery!

Move into a single family home, duplex or town home at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley. Every purchase comes with a $1000 landscape bonus redeemable at Blue Grass Nursery!

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