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Welcome to Greenfield Development Corp. We thank you for visiting our website. Below is a quick synopses of our Current Projects. Please follow the links for further information …  

Blackfalds Business Park

30 acre highway commercial or light industrial development in the Town of Blackfalds, Alberta, Canada  

  • Strategically located midway in the “tiger corridor” of economic growth in Canada.
  • Blackfalds is an emerging oil and gas service center with recent new Corporate additions being Wajax and Cort Projects
  • 20 minutes from worlds largest petrochemical facilities in Joffre.
  • Minutes from the City of Red Deer the regional population is over 220,000.
  • Between 2007 and 2009 Blackfalds population increased 23%. Average increase of 300 residents per year in the last five year period. This represented a 47 % increase (the second fastest growth of any municipality in Alberta).
  • The growth of the town has led to a need for a high quality retail development. The principals of Greenfield Development Corp have obtained approval for a 30 acre development with exposure on the main thoroughfare in town (highway 2A).
  • This prime property is suitable for either a big box retail, hotel or highway commercial.
  • With the possibility of obtaining a railway spur line the site can be used for light industrial. Expected demand for industrial land in the Red Deer region is 110 acres per year for the next 25 years in Red Deer and Red Deer County.


Brooks Industrial Park 

160 acre industrial park in urban fringe of the City of Brooks, Alberta, Canada.

  • The City of Brooks has a population over 13,000 with a trade area over 25,000 people.
  • Brooks has the lowest unemployment rate in the Province of Alberta which itself is the envy of the North America job market. 
  • The City of Brooks is one of the fastest growing communities in Alberta. It has earned the distinction of being one of the most multi-culturally diverse municipalities in Canada.
  • Brooks has a diverse economy. It’s three dominant economic pillars are oil and gas, agricultural services and transportation.
  • Over 200 companies in Brooks are involved in the oil and gas industry resulting in an industrial concentration that is unique to a community of this size
  • Situated on the Trans-Canada highway (east-west) and near to Highway 36 (north-south) Brooks is a transportation hub with more than 20 trucking companies.
  • As a result of its productive soils Brooks has a large and growing agricultural sector. This has resulted in new spinoff technologies such as bioenergy research and new crop cultivation.
  • Greenfield Development Corp sees a need to accommodate the industrial growth of Brooks. Brooks industrial Park is a master planned 160 acre industrial park ideally situated with ready access to the Trans-Canada and Highway 36.
  • Brooks Industrial Park will have 17 lots available for clients that require large outdoor storage. Target companies are in the oil and gas sector as well as transportation companies.



Terra Vista

148 acre mixed use residential / commercial development in the Town of Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada.

  • Located on the edge of the Rocky Mountains, Pincher Creek has it all: water, mountains, rolling hills, prairie, and some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Add to that the Town’s diverse economy grounded in agriculture, tourism, natural gas, renewable energy and manufacturing. The municipality has a mild climate, low cost of living and excellent education system.
  • The trade area is over 35,000 and growing.
  • The municipality is experiencing rapid growth as a result of its inherent tourism appeal and the burgeoning commercial developments in the region. There is over $4 billion worth of projects announced in the regional trade area.
  • In addition, there is a substantial stimulus to the local economy as over 500,000 tourists visit nearby attractions such as  Waterton National Park and Castle Mountain. Pincher Creek is a tourist destination in its own right, offering visitors a year-round vacation and adventure spot
  • Greenfield Development Corp has received approval for its concept plan for a 148 acre parcel on prime land at the intersection of Highway 6 and Highway 507. The site is directly opposite a Walmart supercenter, COOP, and the regional hospital.
  • The Corporation’s area structure plan calls for a residential component consisting of 231 single dwelling homes, 200 plus condo units, 20 fourplexes, 27 duplexes, a seniors complex and a child care centre. The commercial aspect anticipates about 60 acres of development. This would include a mix of large anchor tenants such as grocery chains, hardware stores, eateries and hotels. 


Crystal Blue

Residential resort development on the shores of McGregor Lake, Alberta, Canada.

  • Calgary, consistently wins international accolades as one of the top ten places in the world to live. Not surprisingly then – Calgary grows by 80 people daily on average. With the highest disposable income in Canada growing affluence has led to increased demand for waterfront properties.
  • McGregor Lake at 40 km long is Southern Alberta’s longest lake. It is also the closest large body of water to Calgary (an easy 1 hour drive SE on well maintained highways).
  • The development is proximate to the Town of Vulcan – a growing tourist center featuring the Star Trek mythos.
  • The principals of Greenfield Development Corp are spearheading a new development, Crystal Blue, at the lakes widest part on its northwest shoreline adjacent to the Provincial Park.
  • Phase 1 has been approved for 432 homes. The resort envisions a marina, golf course, equestrian centre, waterpark, spa and convention centre.
  • A total of 2132 acres has been amassed for future phases.