Capstone will be rooted in nature and embraced by culture. You'll follow art walks that go from downtown to the riverfront, join a book club, take a seat for a dance performance or music recital. Find your passion and share with other - Capstone will be a place where every interest finds a home.
Parks & Pathways
Gather in the park or by the Red Deer River. Step out for some air, stay for the conversation. Capstone has been carefully planned with abundant spaces to linger on with friends, relax with family, or hang out with four-legged companions. There's a newly-completed Riverwalk, two major public squares in the works, and a Green Spine that makes park space, ponds and picnic areas the backbone of the community. Be part of a community both inclusive and enriching, in spaces designed to bring people, places and passions together.
Canada 150 Square
Centrally located along the Riverwalk and at the western terminus of Alexander Way, Canada 150 Square is Capstone's main gathering place and activity programming space. Decorative concrete, lighting, planters, furniture and a fountain have been installed, making the square the obvious focal point of the community.
The new Riverwalk multi-purpose trail on the Red Deer River is a significant upgrade to the existing South Bank Trail. Riverwalk is part of Red Deer's Waskasoo Trail and The Great Trail systems. So many kilometres to explore!
The Green Spine starts at the intersection of Taylor Drive and 50 Street and runs south and west through the center of the community - it's the backbone of Capstone. It's a beautifully landscape - and eventually amenity-packed - pedestrian boardwalk designed to lead residents and visitors into the community.
The future Welcome Square will aid in the transition from busy Taylor Drive to the two-lane Alexander Way, and will welcome Red Deerians into the Capstone community. With its planters, seating and bright orange 'Cap-Canopy', it will be a natural place for pedestrians and cyclists to pause, and for pop-ups, community games, food stalls and small-scale performances.