Set in the heart of the Niagara Region, a truly special new community beckons.
Rolling Meadows is a new community focused on quality of life and the environment. The community is designed to promote a pedestrian-friendly lifestyle and once complete, will be home to approximately 3,500 families.
A generous portion of the community (30%) will be dedicated to parks, open green space and woodlots. Two beautiful parks with several playing fields will flank the main entrance of the community.
Rolling Meadows: the centre of it all
The master plan includes a central hub, a live/work space that is walkable to from every neighbourhood located within the community. The hub will include ground-level office space with stately apartments on the upper floors.
The community is designed to place more employment on the outer band and edges of the community. Envision your local grocery, building supply and general office space here. Though these commercial spaces are outside of the neighbourhoods they are within walking distance.
Strategic green space connects the neighbourhoods to the hub, allowing the pedestrian-centric vision to come alive.
A community with an environmental conscience.
Rolling Meadows is intentionally positioned just outside of Canada’s unique tender fruit lands and the Niagara Escarpment. The environmentally-focused homeowners can be comforted with the knowledge their homes are built on land with limited agricultural potential.
Rolling Meadows also has an engaging and compact design allowing its residents to aspire to a healthier, more pedestrian-friendly lifestyle, with a greater emphasis on their quality of life and the environment around them.
Rolling Meadow’s design is unique in that 30% of the community is dedicated to greenscape well above the minimum requirements. This design helps connect the community to the environment fostering a healthy lifestyle.
When home is Rolling Meadows you’re surrounded by more than 80 wineries of great diversity and origin, more than 40 golf courses offer every level of challenge, cycling on hundreds of miles of off road, path, paved and quiet rural roadside trails. The site is so close to the Welland Canal you can actually see the tops of ships as they travel up and down the great locks. Just minutes away awaits Short Hills Provincial Park, home to more than 1800 aces of Carolinian forest and the geologically fascinating Niagara Escarpment.