Parkland at the Common
Nestled in one of Halifax’s most beautiful and iconic neighbourhoods, Parkland at the Common will be the first Lifestyle Residences community in Nova Scotia. Featuring beautifully-designed, spacious suites, stunning views, exclusive services and unparalleled amenities, Parkland at the Common offers a blend of convenience and luxury. Residents can choose their level of carefree lifestyle with flexible service packages available, but not required. Located on the corner of Quinpool Road and Robie Street, residents will enjoy vibrant city living and all the comforts of having exceptional on-site services including restaurant-style dining spa and fitness centre and more.
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Campus & Team
Centrally located between Halifax’s North and South End neighbourhoods, Parkland at the Common will showcase pride of place through featured installations and commissioned artwork, including renowned watercolour and streetscape artist Ron Hazell.
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Exclusive services and amenities
Parkland at the Common residents will enjoy:
- Breathtaking views overlooking the Halifax Common
- Spacious suites and modern lounge areas
- Library and reflection spaces
- On-site spa and wellness centre
- Games room and golf simulator
- Multiple dining venues and a private dining room for family events
Events and Activities
People who live, work, and visit Parkland in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario know the impact and value of art, creative expression, and storytelling. Inspired by our vibrant communities and great people like Bob and Daphne who share a love of art, Parkland is proud to bring a living canvas to Halifax as the 2021-2022 Emerging Artist Partner with Nocturne.
During the festival, four art installations led by Trackside Studios artists will bring to life the theme of “Building Community” on the corner of Quinpool Road and Robie Street, the future home of Parkland at the Common. We are delighted to work with the local art community on a project that will bring joy and meaningful conversation to a city and location future residents will be proud to call home.