Along with its work in central Airdrie, Shane Communities has big plans for two areas in Calgary.
Part of Shane Homes Group of Companies, Shane Communities is just more than 50 per cent through development of its Midtown community, and will build more phases this year.

It presently offers single-family homes by Shane Homes, Wave Homes, and Trico Homes. Wave and Shane have paired homes for sale, as well.
At the same time, Shane Communities has land in northwest and southwest Calgary on the horizon.
The developer is presently working on engineering approvals for Glacier Ridge and a yet-to-be-named future community that is part of the Springbank Hill area structure plan (ASP).

In both cases, Shane Communities aims to be in a position to start construction in 2022.
Approved for land use last year, Glacier Ridge will contain 400 lots for single-family homes and paired homes along wit two multi-family developments. The current plan is for all homes in this community to be built by Shane Homes.

This community will take root just north of the existing communities of Sage Hill and Nolan Hill in northwest Calgary’s amenity-rich Symons Valley corridor.
This end of the city boasts an array of shopping and dining amenities, and services.
“It’s on the escarpment so it will have great escarpment views,” says Brenden Montgomery, Shane Communities’ general manager – land development.

Shane’s land in the Springbank Hill, just south of the established community of Aspen Landing, will have 70 single-family homes and a multi-family site. This includes spacious amenity lots on a striking park and ravine system.

There’s a lot to like about this stretch of Calgary, starting with connectivity, says Montgomery.
“The attraction for the west end, once the Ring Road is completed -- you’re jumping on Bow Trail, you’re on the Ring Road and off to the mountains in a matter of minutes,” says Montgomery, adding in this area “a lot of the amenities are already there.

“You’ve already got grocery stores, commercial, and schools already built up there” he adds.