"QuinnCorp Communities is committed to Environmental Responsibility through its tenet of designing residential communities with low impact to the natural state of the land."
The Point in Patterson Heights is a unique opportunity; an enclave of residences within a natural reserve of escarpment lands. Residences are clustered in low density “phases” or “pods”, nestled into the serenity of the south hillside contours and stepped down along the northern terrain, maintaining ravines and tree stands. The ravines offer a natural separation of the residential pods and provide an extra source of privacy and natural surroundings for the residents.
Along the western boundary of Calgary, rising above Sarcee Trail and the Trans-Canada Highway is an escarpment known as the Paskapoo Slopes. Nearly all of this area is now designated as an Environmental Reserve, which includes the greenspace between Winsport and The Point in Patterson Heights.
The reserve is characterized by an abundance of natural features including natural ravines, unique stands of aspen and balsam poplar, and dense dogwood. Numerous biking and walking trails provide stunning vistas to residents of The Point in Patterson Heights. Abundant wildlife is another feature of the slopes, including deer, small mammals, and a large variety of migratory and breeding birds.
The Point in Patterson Heights dedicated 70% of it's total development site as natural reserve, ensuring no further encroachment into this environment will occur, in this community. Other Municipal Parks and Reserves in Patterson Heights include, Sarcee Park and Patterson Park, which provide additional walking and biking trails along with a playground.