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    A new community anchored by sustainability. With 28 acres of green space, and 36% of all lots located right beside that lush parkland, Wildflower offers surroundings that are idyllic.


    Wildflower’s Homeowners Association (HOA) is designed to provide it’s residents access to facilities, amenities and community activities, all year long. From lifestyle and recreational programming to gathering spaces inspired by healthy living, you can explore opportunities to enhance every aspect of your well-being at Wildflower.

    Find space to foster new relationships and create memories with those that matter most, in a community where Growing Together comes naturally. Located in the heart of the Community Hub, our exclusive Homeowners Association offers invigorating amenities where wellness meets sustainability.


    1. 8000 sq.ft. Amenity Building 
    2. Water Features: Pools, Hot Tub, etc.
    3. Open-Air Sports Court
    4. Private Change Room/Facility
    5. Enclosed Tot Lot
    6. Private Green Space (HOA exclusive access)
    7. Outdoor Lounge Area
    8. Pickle Ball Courts
    9. Gathering Hub
    10. Community Playground  

    location & neighborhood


    A growing and diverse city, Airdrie is a wonderful place to put down roots. It has a small-town feel but enough big-city amenities to keep things interesting.

    Read More about Airdrie:
    Airdrie, located in the Nose Creek Valley, began as a stopping point that was one day’sjourney north of Calgary in the late 1800s. The area was named after a village northeast of Glasgow, Scotland. The name “Airdrie” means “The King’s Height.” William McKenzie, a contracting engineer for the Calgary and Edmonton Railway, named the village in 1889. A unique feature of Airdrie is that its elevation makes it the highest city in Canada. It was incorporated as a village in 1909 with a population of 250.
    Read more:
    Thanks to a pullback in mostly detached activity, sales in Airdrie slowed compared both to levels seen earlier in the year and levels recorded last year. These declines were met with some mixed results for new listings. New listings have trended down from earlier in the year but remained higher than the levels recorded last year. However, much of the growth in new listings, especially in the detached market, have been from homes priced above $500,000. Despite some shift in new listings over the past few months, the sales-to-new-listings ratio remains tight at 83 per cent and the months of supply is still below two months. Although prices have trended down over the past three months, they remain 20 per cent higher than levels recorded last year. The monthly slippage does not come as a surprise given the pace of growth seen earlier in the year. While conditions remain tight, more caution amongst consumers is weighing on their willingness to bid well above list prices.


    As it appears from above, Wildflower is an intertwined community shaped by flowing curves and green corridors, parks, and breathing space, places to gather and places to put down roots- your new home, blooming with promise.

    Harvest park

    Celebrate any occasion or simply meet friends for a casual visit at this gathering place in a fruit tree grove, with sunrise views to the east.

    Naturalized pond

    This naturally landscaped pond provides water for the community’s greenery, and you can hike around the edges of it on your way yo pick fruit.


    5 km. of recreational pathways

    Walk, bike, explore with your dog- these scenic pathways are multipurpose and offer some of the best views in the community

    Harvest Park

    tranportation & access

    Majority of commuters, around 26,860 respondents in Airdrie, AB, are carpooling in a private car, truck, or van to go to work. Moreover, 5.03% of respondents say that they prefer driving alone in a private car, truck, or van. The third most popular means of transportation is taking the public transit, which includes buses, subways among other things with 820 commuters preferring it.

    The modes of transportation chart illustrates residents’ most popular choices when it comes to getting around the area.

    By Air

    • 15 minutes to Calgary International Airport, one of Canada’s busiest airports handling more than 12 million passengers and 134,000 tonnes of cargo annually.
    • Air shipments reach most major US cities in less than four hours.
    • Non-stop passenger service to over 50 destinations around the globe.
    • The Airdrie AirPark, located two kilometres (1.2 miles) east of the city, is poised for growth. With a 5,000 ft runway, the airport currently accommodates a variety of corporate and recreational aircraft.

    By Highway

    • The Queen Elizabeth II Highway, one of the most heavily-used highways in Canada (55,000 vehicles per day), passes right by Airdrie (north/south).
    • Airdrie is on the CANAMEX Highway linking Alaska to Mexico.
    • Five minutes to Stoney Trail, Calgary’s Ring Road (ten kilometres/six miles).
    • Easy access to the Trans-Canada Highway.
    • 24-hour US-Canada border crossing is available at Coutts/Sweetgrass, 340 kilometres (220 miles) south of Airdrie.
    • Alberta is known for its excellent road conditions and fast-moving traffic.
    • Truck shipments reach most major US cities in less than two days.

    By Rail

    • Access to Canadian National and Canadian Pacific rail services. 
    • Intermodal auto and trainload facilities are available in Calgary (35 km / 22 mi), servicing every major city in North America.
    • Airdrie is 30 km from CN’s new 680-acre Calgary Logistics Park located just north of Calgary.
    • Airdrie is located along the Calgary-Edmonton north/south line of the Canadian Pacific Railway. However, access is currently unavailable in Airdrie. A privately owned spur line is located in Crossfield, 15 km (10 mi) north of Airdrie.

    By Ship

    • Port access to the Pacific Rim from Airdrie is available through the Ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert, which are accessible by truck in 12 to 20 hours, respectively, or by rail.

    Features & Amenities


    There’s something about traditional farmhouses that seems so cozy and welcoming. Now combine that with a modern sensibility and you have the design aesthetic of Wildflower’s homes.

    Wildflower is currently offering three farm-inspired elevation styles: Modern, Rustic, and Traditional.

    The architecture accentuates the theme of Wildflower, bringing to life the values of back to roots, green living and rustic charm.

    inspiring a green lifestyle


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    About Minto Communities

    Minto Communities has successfully built a fully integrated real estate company offering new homes and condos, rentals, furnished suites, property and investment management.

    With expertise in home building, construction, property and investment management, they’ve built over 95,800 homes, manage 14,600 rental units and carry 2.4 million square feet of commercial space.