Welcome to Sixty West, a community unlike any other in Central Alberta. Now you can call Sylvan Lake home with a this new vision for modern living. Your surroundings are as beautiful and inspiring as your home itself. Sixty West inspires a new way to live.
With over 4km of trails and pathways that interconnect with forests, parks, and amenities, Sixty West will be one of the most park-like communities in Central Alberta. When it’s time to venture out, the abandoned railway path on the north side of the community is a local favourite connection threading its way across town.
Sixty West is more than a collection of homes. It is an interconnected community living in harmony with its natural landscape. With a cohesive design, uncompromising architecture, and a mix of single-family, semi-detached, and townhouse residences, we’re offering homes that give you the freedom to live the way you want.
Taking into account the beauty of our landscape, we made the bold decision to preserve and respect the natural features of the area. As part of that vision, we’ve planned the community around the town’s old railroad trail and a nearly-5 acre forest preserved as a natural centrepiece for the community. With every home surrounded by an interconnecting network of paths, playgrounds, parks, and ponds, the community begs to be explored.
From upscale restaurants and boutique shopping to groceries and daily necessities, everything you need to live a modern, comfortable life is just a short walk away. More than just a retail location, Waterford Station will serve as a destination and social hub for the people of Sylvan Lake and beyond. Shop, dine, relax, and connect with your neighbours and the people that matter most at Waterford Station.
Find us at the corner of 60th Street and Memorial Trail, only a 4 minute drive to downtown Sylvan Lake and with easy access via Highway 11 east to Red Deer, Calgary, and Edmonton, and west to the Rocky Mountains.
With an abundance of fun activities from boating and golfing in the summer to skating and curling in the winter, there is truly something for everyone in Sylvan Lake. Come learn for yourself why it’s one of the fastest growing towns in Canada.