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The Roy
The Roy
From 6435$ / m2
ID: 9701 | 22 floors
Rockingham South
Rockingham South
From 419900$ / m2
ID: 9699 | 3 floors | Townhouse
Perry Pond
Perry Pond
From 2060$ / m2
ID: 9698 | 2 floors | Cottage
Pavilion at South Park
Pavilion at South Park
From 20730$ / m2
ID: 9697 | 13 floors
King's Wharf
King's Wharf
From 2825$ / m2
ID: 9693 | 12 floors
Highland Park
Highland Park
From 3200$ / m2
ID: 9692 | 2 floors | Cottage
Long Lake Village
Long Lake Village
From 1865$ / m2
ID: 9690 | 2 floors | Cottage
Governor's Brook
Governor's Brook
From 2025$ / m2
ID: 9686 | 2 floors | Cottage
Gorsebrook Park
Gorsebrook Park
From 5060$ / m2
ID: 9685 | 10 floors
Dockside Waterfront Drive
Dockside Waterfront Drive
From 3000$ / m2
ID: 9677 | 6 floors
Cascades Park
Cascades Park
From 1500$ / m2
ID: 9676 | 3 floors | Cottage
High Point on Cutter Drive
High Point on Cutter Drive
From 2050$ / m2
ID: 9675 | 3 floors | Cottage
The Village at Fishermans Cove
The Village at Fishermans Cove
From 1880$ / m2
ID: 9674 | 2 floors | Cottage
Transom Drive
Transom Drive
From 1650$ / m2
ID: 9673 | 3 floors | Cottage
Brunello Estates
Brunello Estates
From 1700$ / m2
ID: 9672 | 2 floors | Cottage
The Links at Brunello
The Links at Brunello
From 1655$ / m2
ID: 9671 | 2 floors | Cottage
Thistle Grove
Thistle Grove
From 2360$ / m2
ID: 9670 | 2 floors | Cottage
Alpine Court
Alpine Court
From 1760$ / m2
ID: 9669 | 2 floors | Cottage

New Buildings in Halifax

City on the map

Halifax is a port city on the Atlantic coast of Canada.

Why is it profitable to buy apartments in Halifax in new buildings?

Halifax is the leading commercial, industrial and administrative center of the province of Nova Scotia. Halifax sea harbor, which does not freeze in winter, is one of the busiest in Canada, second in size in the world (second only to Sydney harbor). Fish, lumber and agricultural products are exported from this city. There are two main railway lines, motorways, and Dartmouth, which is located on the opposite side of the harbor, can be reached by ferry or via suspension bridges. The international airport is located thirty-two kilometers away.

Among the industries, there are quite a few of the most developed: foundry, oil refining, shipbuilding, fish processing and car production, food production, paints and varnishes, clothing, furniture.

The climate of the city is moderately continental, taking into account the softening influence of the ocean. Summer is short and winter is longer.

The city has six universities, schools and colleges.

Residential complexes in Halifax contain a variety of housing from economy to elite class. New buildings in Halifax from the developers are being built using the latest technological developments, builders receive positive feedback on the results of the work. The sale of apartments from developers is often carried out with payment by installments; the necessary infrastructure is provided next to the residential property.

Investments in new buildings in Halifax bring a stable income (rent, resale). You can buy an apartment from the developers in Halifax for almost every liking, in accordance with material capabilities. Real estate in Halifax in the new buildings is not a cheap project for an investor. The cost per square meter is quite high. Although you can find a moderate option (according Canadian standards). According to the information provided by the real estate search engine GEOLN.COM, the minimum price per square meter of apartment in turnkey condition is 1,500 USD,

Features of purchasing apartments in Halifax from the developers by foreigners

The purchase of apartments by foreigners is carried out on the same conditions as by citizens of Canada without restrictions, with the exception of recreational areas defined by the state.

Highlights of the city

  • The Citadel, built by the British in 1856, houses a military museum;
  • the clock tower, built in 1803, is the symbol of the city;
  • Metro-Center stadium (in 2008, matches of the World Ice Hockey Championship were held here);
  • Grand Parade square;
  • Atlantic Maritime Museum;
  • casino;
  • Drama Theater "Neptune";
  • Church of St. George (1800);
  • Temple of St. David (created in the Gothic style);
  • Basilica of St. Mary (built in 1820);
  • Halifax Commons Park (founded in the middle of the 18th century);
  • Point Pleasant Park (there is an open stage on which Shakespeare's plays are staged in the summer);
  • Public Gardens park was created in the sixties of the 19th century in the spirit of the Victorian era (there are forests with a network of paths, as well as small lakes with sandy beaches).

Purchasing an apartment in one of the new buildings in Halifax is an interesting investment project that consistently generates income in a city with a high quality of life.


Prices per sq. m. in popular districts of Halifax

DistrictPrices, from
Beechwood Park419900$ / m2
Downtown Halifax6435$ / m2

New buildings in the districts of Halifax

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