MILLER

The Miller neighbourhood is located within the Casselman-Heights District Outline Plan area is located between the Casselman neighbourhood to the west and the Ebbers neighbourhood to the east. Manning Drive runs the length of the neighbourhood’s eastern boundary and 50th Street runs the length of its western boundary, providing residents with excellent access to other parts of the city. The nearby Clareview Light Rail Transit (LRT) station also provides residents with good transit access. More about Miller...

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Prior to urban development Miller was under agricultural land use designation with a small portion of the area actively cultivated. Two pipeline rights-of way cross the neighbourhood in the north, and their surfaces have been integrated with the pedestrian transportation network of the community. The school and park site located in the west-central area of the neighbourhood provides a large open space for residents. Additionally, a one hectare naturalized wetland park provides natural amenity space and a community focal point.

The neighbourhood began developing in the late 1990s and experienced the majority of its development during the early 2000s. The design objective for the Miller neighbourhood was to create a residential community that provides a variety of housing opportunities and to cluster non-residential land uses in the southern portion of the neighbourhood. Dwelling units within the neighbourhood consist of single detached, semi-detached, linked row housing, stacked row housing, and low rise apartments.

This neighbourhood was named after Abe William Miller (1897-1964), a Hungarian-born lawyer, politician and community volunteer. After immigrating to Canada in 1899 with his parents, Miller moved to Edmonton in 1914 and graduated from the University of Alberta in 1925. Miller practiced law for forty years, served as a member of City Council for six years and served two years as a member of the Alberta Legislature.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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