MATT BERRY

Matt Berry is located in north Edmonton within the Pilot Sound Area Structure Plan (ASP) and defines the southwestern corner of the Pilot Sound ASP. Prior to urban development, the land the neighbourhood was built on was used for agricultural cultivation of grain and cereal crops. Land use in Matt Berry is almost entirely residential and was planned to accommodate primarily single-family houses. More about Matt Berry...

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The neighbourhood began to experience some development in the 1980s but the bulk of construction took place in the 1990s and continued into the 2000s. The neighbourhood is substantively complete, but as of 2009 some multifamily residential parcels had yet to be constructed.

A pipeline right-of-way runs east-west along the northern portion of the neighborhood and the surface has been transformed into a linear park to provide pedestrian and cyclist connections for residents within the neighbourhood. A secondary pipeline right-of-way, located in the southeast corner of the neighbourhood, has been treated in the same way and functions as a key linking feature within the pedestrian pathway network for Matt Berry. A large 9.6 hectare school/park site is located on the eastern boundary of the neighbourhood, and smaller parks are located strategically within the neighbourhood to provide residents with public amenity space. The vehicular circulation network in Matt Berry is based on a hierarchical road system which locates arterial roads on the boundaries of the neighbourhood, one main collector road that runs through the neighbourhood, and a series of local streets around which housing is oriented, many of which terminate in cul-de-sacs.

As with all neighbourhoods in the Pilot Sound area, Matt Berry was named in honour of a Canadian aviation pioneer. Massey “Matt” Berry (1889-1970) was a veteran of both world wars, an award winning bush pilot, and is credited with having helped open up parts of northern Canada. He was named to Canada’s aviation hall of fame in 1973.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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