Welcome to Queen Alexandra

Residences in Queen Alexandra are largely apartments in buildings less than five stories (60%) or single detached houses and duplexes (33%). The neighbourhood is bound by Whyte Avenue to the north, 104 Street to the east, 70 Avenue to the south, and 109 Street to the west. There are five schools in the neighbourhood, four of which are operated by the Edmonton Public School Board (the other being Catholic).More about Queen Alexandra... 

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Queen Alexandra’s History

The northern area of the neighbourhood was originally part of the Town of Strathcona, which amalgamated with Edmonton in 1912. It was mostly single family homes being built, however, as Strathcona’s commercial district began to develop, Whyte Avenue and 104 Street were established as popular shopping destinations. Most of the development south of University Avenue happened in the 1940s and after. The area was named for Queen Alexandra, the wife of King Edward VII of England.

Queen Alexandra Today

The commercial gem of Queen Alexandra is Edmonton’s famous Whyte Avenue, a popular destination for shopping and entertainment. There is a great pub and restaurant scene, featuring Edmonton staples such as The Black Dog, trendy spots like The Holy Roller, and vegetarian/vegan options like Cafe Mosaics. Queen Alexandra is an ideal place to live for anyone looking for a one stop shop type of neighbourhood, with easy access to the rest of the city.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on August 18th, 2018 at 11:46am MDT.