Spring Creek – Canmore’s Premier Neighbourhood
A new neighbourhood full of life – Spring Creek, located in the heart of downtown Canmore. Here at the heart of downtown Canmore, the Spring Creek vision is coming to life. And life, in return, has come dramatically to Spring Creek. All year round, Canmore’s premier master-planned neighbourhood pulses with energy and activity, with a rhythm of mountain living that’s engaging, exciting and endlessly fun!
Inspired by the beauty of the land that’s been in Spring Creek President’s family since 1927, Frank Kernick started building. formulated a vision back in 2004 for this master-planned neighbourhood. And with the Town’s approval in 2004, Spring Creek began – as all developers must – by building things.
But they didn’t just build streets and houses and a sales centre. They built things that would draw people to the neighbourhood and, once they were here, draw them together.
They built pathways and bridges and creekside boardwalks. They built courtyards and patios and other welcoming gathering places. They built retail shops and a neighbourhood pub. They built an Opera House to serve as the community centre. They built an active and robust Property Owners Association.
And through building all that, they built a powerful sense of community and belonging in Spring Creek.
Over the dozen or so years since construction was started, the heartbeat of this neighbourhood has grown progressively stronger. Now, the neighbourhood thrives on a steady current of human energy and activity and fun.
You can feel it as soon as you arrive, and it’s one of the things that inspires people to stay and call Spring Creek their home.
You are invited to visit – to see what they’ve built and to experience the vitality and vibrancy of this very special neighbourhood at the heart of downtown Canmore.
In Spring Creek you’ll find a vibrant thriving neighbourhood unlike any other in the Town of Canmore.
As finishing construction draws near, one of the unique features of Canmore's newest luxury hotel's is put into place.
2256 boxes of blue, yellow and green Sedum and red Fuschia plants will adorn The Malcolm Hotel's Conference Centre roof top. Sedums are one of the most favored garden perennials due to the ease in growing them and their hardy nature. They are an excellent choice as a border plant, container plant, or as a roof plant.
History has a way of connecting seemingly unrelated people or events, which can culminate in a remarkable outcome. The planning, construction and opening of Canmore's new Malcolm Hotel at Spring Creek is one of these stories.