Set amidst hundreds of acres of bold prairie sky, Brighton has transformed the East end of Saskatoon, with an innovative community form, thriving retail marketplace, and inclusive public spaces.
A Saskatoon success story
Drawing from an unrivalled range of expertise and skill sets, our unique multidisciplinary approach to the development of Brighton has seen the community grow every year since initial completion, resulting in a thriving neighbourhood that now accounts for approximately 40% of the new home market in Saskatoon.
A community by design
Built around a novel street network that combines traditional grid and cul-de-sac systems to create a more interconnected society, Brighton has been meticulously designed to foster a thriving sense of community, where families of every age and incomes can grow and develop together.
Unprecedented quality and scale
Anticipated to be home to nearly 15,000 people by 2030, Brighton is community-building on a scale never seen before in Saskatchewan, combining over 6,400 sustainable, mixed-use homes with 82 acres of parkland and an intricate network of ponds, wetlands and sports facilities.
Brighton Core Park
Core Park is one of Saskatoon’s most ambitious public spaces – an amazing 23-acre destination where the entire family and community can play, relax and connect. The park was thoughtfully designed to provide high play value, while creating an inclusive environment for all ages and abilities. Upon completion, Core Park will include a wetlands amphitheatre, an outdoor spray park, a challenge course, and fully accessible play equipment designed to include five developmental benefits of inclusive play.
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Bring on bold ideas
We’re not afraid to think big, invest early or take the path less travelled. Our innovative investments are transforming urban life in smarter, better ways.
Building better communities
From sustainable building practices and community engagement to ethical corporate governance, we aim to make a positive impact wherever we operate.