Welcome to Empire Park

Empire Park is a diverse neighbourhood. Unlike most Edmonton neighbourhoods, Empire Park is characterized by a very high proportion of multi-family housing, with a mere 3% of units that are single-detached structures. Most dwelling units are contained within row housing and apartment complexes. Approximately 85% of units in Empire Park are rented.

The neighbourhood is bounded by three major roadways including: Calgary Trail to the east, Whitemud Drive to the south, 111 Street to the west, and by 51 Avenue to the north. There are two schools in Empire Park: McKee Elementary School and L. Y. Cairns School, a specialized junior and senior high school.

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Empire Park’s History

The land where Empire Park stands was annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1959, as part of a 6,950 acre annexation that covers most of what is now Edmonton’s mature southwest and south-central. Modern development of the neighbourhood began during the 1960s and for the most part was complete by the 1970s.

Empire Park Today

Today, Empire Park is a relatively affordable neighbourhood with a desirable, central location. It boast easy access to the Whitemud Freeway as well as Gateway Boulevard/Calgary Trail, giving it great access to other parts of the city. The LRT also runs along the neighbourhood’s western edge, with a stop at Southgate Centre.

Southgate occupies about one quarter of Empire Park’s property aea. Additional businesses are located along 51 Avenue and Calgary Trail South, making Empire Park a convenient and walkable neighbourhood.

 Information and statistics provided by the City of Edmonton.

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

Listing information last updated on November 19th, 2017 at 9:16pm MST.