Harrison Ridge is excited to announce their Grand Opening on May 8 at the Sandpiper Golf Club’s Board Room!

Harrison Ridge is excited to announce their Grand Opening on May 8 at the Sandpiper Golf Club’s Board Room!

A piece of Fraser Valley paradise to call home? Your next chapter awaits at Harrison Mills!

Discover a community that complements your lifestyle

Does the idea of pairing comfort and convenience with the opportunity to reconnect with nature in your backyard appeal to you? Your next chapter awaits at Harrison Ridge.

Excitement about this new development in Harrison Mills continues to build, with many eager to call this piece of paradise home. Good thing that with the first two phases nearly sold out, they’re preparing to launch Phase 3!

As the team prepares for the grand opening, it’s the perfect opportunity to learn more. Join them on May 8 at the Sandpiper Golf Club’s Board Room to visit their site, speak with project and sales managers and pick up brochures and pamphlets to keep you completely informed.

To make an appointment, register via their website, with an online portal opening in coming weeks. Once you provide some basic information, you’ll receive an email two weeks prior to the event and you can then select the time you wish to visit!

Following Harrison Ridge’s nearly sold-out Phase 2, homebuyers have been anticipating this third phase. With concrete walls and foundations already poured, inspections improved and framing beginning soon, they’re on track to bring this premium development to the community.

With Newgen Group developing the project and managing the construction site, you know you’re in good hands. Established in 1997, Newgen’s successful BC projects include the 140-unit Twin Rivers Estate subdivision in Castlegar and multiple new home constructions across Metro Vancouver.

Phase 3 at Harrison Ridge will boast floor plans similar to Type C from Phase 2, designed to fit you. Truly a space to complement your lifestyle, you can reconnect with nature in your backyard with this community carved out of the woods and wildlands of BC’s picturesque Fraser Valley. Recharge and stay connected to the serenity of Harrison Mills, a perfect residential environment for both young families and active seniors.

A secluded housing development, you can enjoy the beauty of nature by simply gazing out of your front window or stepping into your backyard.

To learn more, you can visit online or register to stay up to date on all the latest happenings – and with the third phase coming up you’ll want to make sure you’re in the loop so you don’t miss out.

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