Creating a large-scale residential development that feels like home is an exciting challenge—but Regina’s newest and largest residential neighborhood, Harbour Landing, was ready to succeed. It includes single and multi-family housing, commercial offices, shopping centers, dining, and hotel accommodations. But what’ll make it a home?
As prime consultant, we worked to create a community that residents could feel attached to, could connect with. So, in addition to the housing options, we also designed Harbour Landing to include 11 different parks, an integrated pathway system, a proposed school site, and a skate plaza.
The skate plaza (located in the subdivision’s largest residential park, Norseman Park) includes rails and ramps, urban elements that call back to the skateboarding opportunities in a downtown area. The plaza was designed for all ages to enjoy—all levels of skill.
With diverse community spaces and careful attention to the details that a large-scale residential development needs—drainage, wastewater systems, noise-reduction, and utilities tie-in—Harbour Landing is prepared to become a home for thousands of families.