A decade ago, accessible design was an afterthought in the new home industry. Those in need of accessibility features were forced into expensive upgrades and time consuming retrofit projects.
The challenge of making communities accessible for all has been a renovation catch-up game for local municipalities. Decades ago, accessibility was not part of the designing stage.
Although it is one of those rare “good” problems to have, it’s no mean feat keeping up with consumer demand at sales offices these days.
Flying high above Central Park and the neighbouring Eramosa Karst Conservation Area demonstrates the natural wonder of this master-planned community with four unique neighbourhoods.