Welcome to Calder

The tree-lined streets of Calder are the perfect backdrop to any stage of life -- purchasing your first home, raising a family, or planning for retirement. This character neighbourhood is quiet enough to get that small-town feel, but central enough for a quick commute to downtown or elsewhere in the city via Yellowhead Trail.

Calder is bordered to the south by 127 Avenue and the Yellowhead corridor, 127 Street to the west, 132 Avenue to the north and 113A Street to the east. The area is served by two schools.  More about Calder...

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 Calder’s History

Early Calder was located on Hudson’s Bay Company reserve land. After the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway connected with Edmonton in 1909, Hugh Alfred Calder, an Edmonton real estate entrepreneur, farmer, alderman, and the neighbourhood’s namesake, first began to subdivide the area. In July 1910, the Village of Calder was established.

Many Grand Trunk employees settled in Calder, and the village became known as a railroad
colony. In 1917, Calder was annexed by the CIty of Edmonton. Soon after, a streetcar line was extended to the area via 124 Street, but the area did not grow substantially until after 1945. Development resumed at a rapid pace during Edmonton’s post-war boom years.

As a result of this extended period of development, there’s a wide variety of architectural styles in Calder. Generally, newer structures are located in the northern portion of the neighbourhood and older structures are located to the south near the Calder Railway Yards.

Calder Today

Calder’s location offers quick access to downtown, Yellowhead Trail and amenities right at your doorstep. The area’s history and architectural diversity adds to its charm.

Local businesses along 129 Avenue, a skating rink and community park, the Northwest Edmonton Seniors Society and an active community league all combine to meet the needs of citizens. Adjacent Lauderdale is home to the Grand Trunk Fitness and Leisure Centre, and Lauderdale off-leash area, soon to become the first fully-fenced off-leash park in the city. Both are within walking distance for many Calder residents.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

Disclaimer: Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed by the EREB.

Listing information last updated on September 25th, 2017 at 10:34am MDT.