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Larger Homes And Lots

Stretch your new home budget and enjoy a larger home on a larger lot that is found in most city communities. Double or triple car garages. Extra space for children or pets to play. And, room for all your toys like boats, quads and skidoos. It is very difficult to find larger lots in many Edmonton sub-divisions, say over 50 feet in width which could accommodate larger family, executive or triple car garages because of most developers obsession with creating smaller single family lots or multi-family housing. This means today, it is much harder to find a true “executive homes” community, which is what Royal Oaks is.

Calm And Comfortable Living

Escape the stress and congestion of urban living under the big blue skies and peaceful surroundings of this tranquil family neighbourhood. Yet, still be just minutes from the daily lifestyle and recreational amenities you want.

In Royal Oaks you’ll enjoy more peaceful, tranquil surroundings. A calm beautiful neighbourhood character, free of major collector roads and traffic tie-ups ensures folks enjoy an easier, less stressful commute to and from work every day. Add in a wonderful array of lifestyle amenities such as a pond and park, tree-lined trails and paths, public space WiFi connectivity, recreational green spaces and a future playground, and there is lots of time and space for families and neighbours to meet and greet and become friends.

Home owners also benefit from a less transient residency profile. With virtually no rental units in the community, every family is a home owner and brings along the extra pride and sense of community spirit that comes from knowing you have a long term interest in the quality, character and wellness of the neighbourhood and its residents. Community design features including single access entry ensure a safer more secure community with lower incidences of property crime and police visits to investigate irregularities.

Quick Access Everywhere With Direct Transit Service

Travel to and around Edmonton with ease while you leave your car at home. Royal Oaks features community transit service on week days with direct access to the Edmonton International Airport and the Century Park LRT Station. These destinations ensure getting around town, getting to work or school or just moving around the area is easier for those who do not want to drive.

Be Closer To Work

Live in Edmonton’s fastest growing employment region and be just minutes from home. South Edmonton, Aerotropolis, the Edmonton – Calgary corridor, and the AIR are burgeoning areas where Alberta’s highest average income jobs are being created.

AIR is a major industrial hub that serves as home to many of the world’s largest energy service companies. Their scale and success has helped transform AIR into Canada’s largest industrial park and one of the nation’s largest “employment centres”, in both good times and bad.

Three of the world’s five largest oil service multinationals operate facilities here along with dozens of international energy, manufacturing, logistics, transportation, agri-foods processing and service companies.

Alberta’s International Region is home to over 3300 businesses which contribute to the economic success of the area.

The region currently hosts some residential communities such as Royal Oaks that sustain a population of about 66,561 people. This population has grown by over 35% (3.5% / annum) in the last decade which is significantly higher than the provincial growth average of 2.4% / annum over the same period.

AIR’s workforce of over 41,120 earn above average incomes which fosters a growing need for accessible housing and accommodations that are close to where they work. They also have the premium stable income to pay for higher quality and larger sized family homes.

Royal Oaks is also located just nine minutes from Edmonton’s burgeoning south sector, which has experienced the city’s largest economic and business growth since 2010.

This sector has seen over $5.6 billion of new construction and infrastructure development to accommodate over 53,000 new residents.

New infrastructure spending along Highway 2 south, Anthony Henday Drive, Ellerslie Road and 23 Avenue have increased and improved transportation to AIR with completion of the 91st Street extension to Township Road 510 and completion of the 41 Avenue interchange which now connects Edmonton’s southwest sector directly to Royal Oaks.

Edmonton International Airport (EIA)

Over the past decade Edmonton International Airport has increased its passenger services over 300% to approximately 7.2 million users annually plus a further 900,000 related to cargo shipping.

Complementing that exponential growth has come new businesses and recreational development on under-utilized airport lands that’s created thousands of new job opportunities at the facilities and increased the need for more permanent residential housing in the area.

Expansion of airport operations and new businesses have increased employment by 43% since to 2006 to an estimated 12,300 direct and indirect jobs representing the largest area of job growth in the greater Edmonton region.

The driving factor behind this dramatic growth was a planning decision to rezone these lands into an Aerotropolis.

A significant aspect of this development is the joint venture to build a Premium Outlet Mall which broke ground for construction in March, 2016 and will open for business in spring 2018. This massive development will increase business, tourism and retail growth to this location through the opening of 100 retail tenants and upwards of an additional 1,000 permanent jobs.

The premium mall is part of the greater Highway Commercial development plan which is committed to bring dozens of support businesses and commercial ventures to complement the retail centre providing another two to three thousand permanent jobs.

Alberta Aerotropolis Development

Aerotropolis is integral to the future industrial growth of Alberta’s International Region as it seeks to build on the organic business growth and diversity occurring in the area and at the international airport.

The Aerotropolis designation is a planning concept that focuses on expanding businesses and industrial development around major airports and transportation modules. In short, it is the creation of a self-sustainable airport city that increases dramatically the need for residential housing in the primary trading areas.

11 major industries are projected to grow in this redevelopment zone over the next twenty years, stimulating over 35,000 direct new jobs in the area.

Its ultimate purpose is to harmonize regional industrial development and job growth by seamlessly integrating business and transportation potential including air, ground and rail shipping. Intermodal rail yard growth has already occurred for Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways.

The Aerotropolis initiative has led to the creation of Port Alberta, established as a free trade zone (FTZ) in June 2015 by the Government of Canada. It is projected the strategic location of these lands combined with its new designation will lead to over $19 billion dollars in new development over the next decade to facilitate international trade and through direct foreign business investment.

This innovative inland port is the closest shipping hub to the Port of Prince Rupert, Canada’s closest Asian export port by over 58 hours.

Easy Access To Great Schools

Great schools of every type are within 5 to 7 minutes of home. Public or private. Kindergarten, elementary, junior or senior high. Whatever schools your family wants they are close to home and easily accessed by regular bus service from Royal Oaks.

Great Shopping And Services

Be minutes from greater Edmonton’s most amazing shopping, lifestyle and entertainment centres. South Edmonton Common, the many shops, stores and services along Ellerslie Road and soon, the new Premium Outlet Mall adjacent the Edmonton International Airport.

Life’s way more fun, when you’re 5 to 8 minutes away from these great places.

Superb Recreation And Lifestyle

With five golf courses, three recreation centres, six hockey rinks, an aqua-plex and lots of cultural centres, restaurants and entertainment venues just minutes away, this is the place to live and play every day.



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