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Welcome To Prairie Pointe

WINNIPEG, MB. — One of Winnipeg’s most desirable master-planned residential communities is about to expand.

The first stage of Prairie Pointe, an appealing, suburban community that was created and developed by Ladco Company Ltd., a pioneer in land development since the 1950s, is nearing completion. In fact, 90 per cent of the lots in Stage 1 are sold.

Now, Stage 2 is on the way. Servicing will start this year for 2018 home construction. There will be 225 single family lots and two multifamily sites and if you were impressed with Ladco’s other popular communities — Southdale, Royalwood, Fort Richmond, Richmond West and South Pointe – you’ll fall head-over-heels in love with Prairie Pointe.

Located in south west Winnipeg in Waverley West, Prairie Pointe is close to the University of Manitoba, has close proximity to Pembina Highway and is adjacent to shopping on both Pembina Highway and Kenaston Blvd. When you say “location, location, location,” you also say, “Prairie Pointe.”

WPG. MB., September 18 2015, South Pointe Jeff Miller

Today, we’re in the early pioneering phase of Prairie Pointe’s evolution. The first homes were built in 2016. However, this is a long-term
development that will take more than a decade to complete.

But it’s coming together beautifully. In fact, construction on the first park will start this year.

And don’t forget: Prairie Pointe’s homes are created and built by our six award-winning builders – A & S, Ventura, Hilton, Qualico, Randall and Signature — who all have Show Homes on Eaglewood Drive:

Frankly, Prairie Pointe will be spectacular. It will feature more than 500 acres of residential space with nearly 60 acres of professionally designed green space and up to 50 acres of commercial amenities.

Come and visit. We’re easy to find, right at the south end of Kenaston Blvd. If you’re looking for a home and a new, exciting lifestyle, you’ll love Prairie Pointe.

—Scott Taylor, MyToba News

Photo – Jeff Miller, MyToba News

Editor of the popular Game On Hockey Magazine and The Point After Football Magazine, editor of Canadian Meat Business Magazine, sports editor of Grassroots News, TV play-by-play voice of the Winnipeg Goldeyes and author of the bestselling book: The Winnipeg Jets: A Celebration of Professional Hockey in Winnipeg. He likes virgin pina coladas, long walks on the beach, puppies and thoroughbred race horses that run according to form.
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