HAIRSINE

In 1961, the Hairsine area was annexed by the City of Edmonton. The community became part of the Clareview Outline Plan in 1972. Development in Hairsine started in the 1970s and continued into the 1980s.

Over 70% of the dwelling units in the neighbourhood are located in row housing and low rise apartment structures. The shared school and park site is located in the middle of the neighbourhood. Commercial amenities are available along 137th Avenue and along Victoria Trail, and extensive amenities are also available in nearby Clareview Town Centre. More about Hairsine...

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Today, Hairsine is a fully developed neighbourhood bounded by 137th Avenue, 144th Avenue, 36th Street and Victoria Trail. Victoria Trail was named after the trail which led to the Old Victoria Settlement. Residents enjoy good access to destinations within the city via the Light Rail Transit system with a station located in the adjacent neighbourhood of Clareview Town Centre. A high proportion of residents (21%) in fact use public transit to get to work, which is significantly higher than the city-wide average (13%).

Hairsine was named in honour of Albert Hairsine who was the first mayor of the Town of Beverly. He served as mayor until 1951.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on July 20th, 2017 at 8:46pm MDT.