KEHEEWIN

The Keheewin neighbourhood began developing in the 1980s and was essentially built-out by the late 1990s.

Predominately a residential area, single detached housing accounts for just under 50% of all residential units within the neighbourhood. Remaining housing units are located in low-rise apartment buildings, row housing and semi-detached homes. All residences are arranged along curvilinear streets. More about Keheewin...

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The neighbourhood’s main commercial element is located along 23rd Avenue; a further variety of businesses are located at nearby Century Park, which will also house a Light Rail Transit (LRT) station when the line extension has been completed.

The neighbourhood has an elementary school (Keheewin Elementary School), several parks, and a sports facility (Kinsmen Twin Arena). It is bounded by 23rd Avenue to the north, 111th Street to the west, 17th Avenue to the south and Calgary Trail to the east. Keheewin’s connectivity with significant roadways makes this neighbourhood very accessible to amenities outside the community.

The neighbourhood is named in honour of Chief Keheewin – from Cree, Keheewin translates to ‘Eagle’. Keheewin signed treaty No. 6 in 1876, and the Keheewin First Nation located near Bonnyville bears his name. Keheewin died in 1887 at Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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

Listing information last updated on July 25th, 2017 at 10:17pm MDT.