In the bustling new community of Harbour Landing, you'll be close to everything you could possibly need or want. Conveniently located near Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) and Highway 6, this vibrant new community is crisscrossed with two main thoroughfares, Lewvan Drive and Gordon Road.
Schools, shopping, entertainment, and the green outdoors are available among these new homes southwest of Regina. The tree-lined streets feature an eclectic mix of condos, townhomes, and single-family homes, and the neighbourhood is just minutes away from downtown Regina.
The new École Harbour Landing Elementary and St. Kateri Tekakwitha joint school is on James Hill Road next to Fairchild Park, otherwise known as "Dino Park". In addition to the dinosaur-themed playground with its rock-climbing wall, the park has a multi-purpose athletic field with soccer nets and a creek pathway. Sheldon-Williams Collegiate for grades 9-12 is conveniently located just north of the community near Lewvan Drive.
Shopping and Restaurants
The hub of shopping and dining in Harbour Landing is Grasslands, the one-million-square-foot heart of commerce for the community. Anchored by national retailers like Lowes, Marshalls and Bed, Bath and Beyond, it has scores of boutiques, sports, and specialty stores, and casual eateries. If you're looking for a bank, dentist, or tech store, you'll find it there.
For craft beer, check out the Lancaster Taphouse at Grasslands or the nearby Canadian Brewhouse. Bombay Spices is an authentic Indian grocery in town that offers ready-to-eat and frozen specialties along with hard to find spices. On Gordon Road, Cora Breakfast and Lunch Restaurant offers crepes, French toast, and hearty egg and sausage plates. Also, close by on South Albert, is a diverse selection of many other succulent restaurant choices to suit almost any cuisine preference. This includes the Chop Steakhouse as well as traditional favorites such as The Keg, Earl's, The Cottage and many others!
Close to major highways and minutes from downtown Regina, Harbour Landing is bisected in two directions by the major roads Lewvan Drive and Gordon Road. You can get to any location in a reasonable amount of time if you can tear yourself away from this green neighbourhood of pathways, parks, and creeks! Buses in Harbour Landing run every 30 minutes, including a stop at Grasslands. The community is ideal for walking and biking, with one neighbourhood leading into another and continuous greenways throughout.
Entertainment and Services
The Cineplex Odeon at the Southland Mall is the place to go for this season's blockbusters and indie movies alike. The theatre's ten screens include five 3-D screens, and you can relax and watch the movie in a reclining seat. The MacKenzie Art Gallery is on the other side of Highway 6, and you can always find something going on in Harbour Landing parks. Free activities for the whole family like 'Fitness in the Park' and 'Science in the Park' are popular with residents.
Harbour Landing also boasts the 160,000-sq-foot Harbour Landing Business Park. Between that and the thriving commercial district at Grasslands, there are a variety of job opportunities. For anyone attending the University of Regina, Highway 1 is conveniently nearby, and it heads right to campus. It's also a straight shot up Lewvan Drive to reach the Regina International Airport, and the Royal Regina Golf Club is a few minutes past the turnoff to the airport. In between the airport and golf club, there's the handy Lauritsen off-leash dog park that provides room to run for your family friend.
Plenty of Parks and Recreation
Harbour Landing is dotted with parks, including Tutor, Groom, Ellis, and McKenna. Albert Park and the vast Regina Rugby Park are just across Lewvan. A short drive north, at the Optimist Ice Arena, you'll find beginner and open skating. Wascana Centre, with its boating, picnicking, and natural beauty is also just minutes from Harbour Landing.
Harbour Landing Creek winds its way north to south across the entire neighbourhood. Walkways on each side connect with the parks and green spaces of the community, and they're punctuated with resting places and bridges. The west side of the creek is a cross-country ski trail in the winter. There's plenty of room for sledding and snow hockey with 120 acres of parks and 16 km of pathways in this green community.
This beautiful community between the bright lights and the prairie is a wonderful place to call home for anyone. Condos, townhomes, and virtually unlimited choices in single-family homes continue to draw new buyers to this new and dynamic community in Regina's southwest.