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THE PARKS

OF HARVEST HILLS

As a new, approved 65 acre residential enclave located within North Calgary’s established community of Harvest Hills, The Parks of Harvest Hills will offer a network of parks and trails, and is designed as an active lifestyle community, residents will enjoy a mix of well appointed, detail-oriented housing types that are wound together with nature.

PROJECT SUMMARY

The planned development will include a mix of multi-family housing, villas (duplexes) and single-detached homes, that are connected to two large parks by a network of pathways. This project is ongoing, and construction has begun! Please check the "UPDATES" section for the latest on the construction of The Parks of Harvest Hills.

 

Click on the neighbourhoods below to learn more about them and to see design updates as they become available! 

The Rise at the Parks of Harvest Hills

WHERE IS THIS PROJECT?

SITE PHOTOS

PROJECT DETAILS

Area of Development: 64.88 acres / 26.25 hectares

Land Uses: R-1s (Residential - One Dwelling), R-2 (Residential - One/Two Dwellings), M-G (Multi-Residential - At Grade Housing), M-1 (Multi-Residential - Low Profile), S-SPR / S-R (Public Open Space)

Main Features:

  • Two large parks. In the northwest, an "active" park will offer tennis courts, a playground, pathways and other open space for activities. Along the southeastern edge, a large storm-water pond serves as a focal point for the many benches and pathways that surround and overlook it. 

  • Network of pathways connect the parks, the neighbourhoods, and the community. 

  • Tree retention strategy will ensure replacement of any trees lost during development.

  • Aligns with the MDP policies that support infilling in Established Communities.

Development Form & Uses: Multi-Family, single-detached and semi-detached residential dwellings, as well as publicly accessible park and open space with pathways and other amenities.

PLANS
Land Use Plan
Approved Land Uses
Outline Plan
Conceptual Lotting / Road Network
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Outline Plan

Conceptual Lotting / Road Network