Creating the best places to call home goes beyond the high-quality homes we build. It’s also about developing vibrant communities where people can engage, connect and feel like they belong. From innovative planning and amenities to signature community events, we’re integrating spaces, places and social connectivity to bring our new home communities to life.
When it comes to connectivity, the community of Kissing Tree in San Marcos, Texas, takes everything to a whole new level. In this 55+ active adult destination, we’re incorporating an exciting variety of events to activate this new home community year-round. Neighbors can connect and interact at weekly gatherings like Friday pickleball or Tuesday trail hiking in addition to special events like “An Evening Under the Stars” farm-to-table dinner. With community happenings virtually every day of the week, Kissing Tree is our answer to a place filled with life.
At Five Knolls in Santa Clarita, California, we let nature take the lead by incorporating a series of five signature knolls that became the namesake of the community. Creating the ultimate invitation to explore and discover, each knoll comes with its own unique theme. Whether it’s views of the valley, seasonal fruit trees, picnic grounds, a meadow with a winding path or the perfect place to watch the sunset, residents can always find an inspiring place to get outside and come together.
For the ultimate in innovative community design, take a look at Chappelle Gardens in Edmonton, Canada, and Auburn Bay in Calgary. Here, the weather changes considerably from season to season. Now imagine amenities that do the same. Basketball courts are transformed into a hockey rink in cooler months, while a splash area becomes a leisure skating rink. It’s our creative solution to bringing people together to share, engage and enjoy every moment all year long.
Whether it’s innovative gathering spaces, unique parks or social opportunities that enrich every day, Brookfield Residential is proud to create vibrant new home communities across North America—because we know those are the best places to call home.