Saskatchewan Communities are Home
North Prairie Developments was founded in 1987 by John and Bernice Williams. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, the Williams’ family has a true love for this province, and they’re committed to helping make Saskatchewan communities a great place to live! Today, three family members, Andrew, Tyler and Angela Williams each play a key role in the business and have helped grow North Prairie into one of the largest development companies in the province.
With single family and multi-family housing projects in Saskatoon & Area, and Regina, and commercial development in Saskatoon & Area, North Prairie has become one of Saskatchewan’s top companies!
Saskatoon & Area
North Prairie Developments’ head quarters is in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Saskatoon is a city located in central Saskatchewan, on the banks of the beautiful South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon is considered Saskatchewan’s economic and cultural hub and is the largest city in the province, with a growing population of 295,095 (2016 Census).
A friendly, culturally diverse city of communities, Saskatoon is where citizens value heritage, the environment and a high quality of life. A bustling economy is contributing to Saskatoon’s tremendous growth, and attractions such as the University of Saskatchewan, the world renowned Remai Modern Art museum, the Saskatoon Rush, River Landing, the Dakota Dunes Casino, and several award-winning golf courses help keep Saskatoon vibrant and healthy! Saskatoon’s slogan is “Saskatoon Shines,” because Saskatoon receives more hours of sunshine annually than any other major Canadian city!
North Prairie Developments has built quality homes and commercial properties in Saskatoon since 1987. North Prairie Developments continues to build new, innovative and affordable homes from stylish downtown condos to luxury acreage properties for every taste and budget. Currently, we are selling new homes in Northern Saskatoon at Whisper River Estate, Brighton, and Brighton Ranch, in the West of Saskatoon in Kensington, and in Southern Saskatoon at the Meadows in Rosewood.