About the Project
If you lived in one of the world’s most economically driven cities, had over 478 acres of land to subdivide and arrange over 15 years, and had a $350 million-dollar budget, what would the final project look like?
The Saline Creek Plateau subdivision project is part of Fort McMurray’s fifth stage in a gigantic effort to share the land in Alberta’s northern centre in a way that encourages future economic prosperity as well as affordable housing for new residents. The subdivision, being built next to a new golf course called Henning Ridge Golf Estates, was built in cooperation with the Rotary Club of Fort McMurray.
With LN’s help, the rotary was able to steward the required land to not only provide a site for the subdivision, but for community activities as well. LN facilitated land release from the province of Alberta to keep the project on track while simultaneously ensuring the twinning of the all-important Highway 9 continued on schedule.
Facing difficult real estate prices amid Fort McMurray’s growth over the past two decades, the Saline Creek Plateau subdivision will help alleviate the stress on new homebuyers by keeping real estate prices in check as the subdivision is developed and more inventory is made available to homebuyers.