Where to build in Regina & Area

Regina and area is full of incredible, varied, and beautiful neighbourhoods. North Ridge is proud to offer homes in eight diverse neighbourhoods that offer a plethora of different benefits. Here are a few of our favorite highlights of these incredible communities…

Feature Wall for Your Home

Whether you are moving into a newly built home or a new-to-you home there is one thing that we all strive for. We want to bring our own creativity to make our house feel like a home and showcase our unique style. First time homebuyers may be unsure what their style is and more established buyers may have had many different taste preferences over the years.

Tips for Choosing Your New Countertops

Choosing a countertop for your new home can be an exciting yet daunting decision. Countertops play an important role in setting the tone and design style of your home. With varied tastes, functional needs and budget constraints here are some things to consider when choosing one of the countertop options available to you in your new North Ridge Home.

3 Reasons to Buy a Move-In Ready Home

North Ridge communities feature townhomes, condominium townhomes or bungalows and single family homes with award-winning designs and service with the option to move-in today!


If you’re a fan of enjoying your hobbies or perhaps you’re a snow bird that flies south for the winter. With condo fees, the management team arranges for lawn maintenance, snow shovelling and garbage removal. No buying needless tools and finding a place to store them, you just get to enjoy the things you love most.  


HRV, you’ve heard the term thrown around in your hunt for your new home but you’re not really sure what it means and what it’s purpose is in your new home. Why would your home need it when older houses didn’t? The simple answer? A shift in construction technology to increased attention to a tight building envelope has brought the need to changes in a home’s ventilation system. Gone are the days of drafty houses, where air seepage and passive heat loss were the norm.