Park yourself at Royal Bay

Girl on swing

At Royal Bay, we are not only creating housing that fits seamlessly into the kind of neighbourhood where people want to live, but extending your living space to the outdoors with parks, wild pathways and marine activities.

Many of our childhood memories took place in parks and starting with the opening of our Royal Bay Beachpark next week, we are excited to create spaces for our community members to make moments with your families.

It turns out parks are a crucial part of any community. They not only define the shape and feel of a city, but create aesthetic, environmental and recreation benefits for our community.

Parks provide measurable health benefits, from providing direct contact with nature and a cleaner environment, to opportunities for physical activity and social interaction. They have a significant impact on the development of children and the happiness of everyone in the neighbourhood. Like Royal Bay, a place to raise a family and savour the later years in life.

We are especially lucky to live on Vancouver Island with a temperate climate that allows us to enjoy the outdoors year-round. And, living seaside on the West Shore could not provide a more inspiring environment to embrace a healthy lifestyle.

Parks are also a source of positive economic benefits. They enhance property values and green spaces foster safer communities as a common ground to get to know our neighbours. Additionally, parks function as a conscious tool for revitalization and we are so proud that Royal Bay Beachpark will open the West Shore waterfront to the public after more than 100 years of industrial use.

Mark your calendar for September 10 from 12-5 p.m. and join us for the opening of Royal Bay Beachpark!