The property is located in the community of Davisburg and Foothills County, northwest of the confluence of the Bow and Highwood Rivers, and within 10 km driving distance to the City of Calgary southern limits, and within 35 minutes to Downtown Calgary. Grocery, fast-casual dining, schools and a major hospital are all located within a 10-minute drive.
The property is bounded to the south by Dunbow Road, a roadway that provides direct connection to Highway 2, located less than 8km away, which is the longest and busiest highway in Alberta stretching 1,273 km from the Canada-United States border, and extends through Calgary, Edmonton and Grande Prairie.
The 1,235-acre tract of land will be developed as a residential community with a diversity of amenities, open spaces, and housing options within a neighborhood and village setting. The final plan will accomodate up to 4,000 units, primarily single-family low density with complementary multi-family and mixed-use. The plan will also include hundreds of acres of protected wetlands, naturalized storm ponds, cultural resource areas, environmental and muncipal reserves, public utility lots and two muncipal school reserves.