SCHONSEE

The Schonsee neighbourhood structure plan (NSP), approved by City Council in 2002, is located within the Lake District in north Edmonton. Schonsee is one of Edmonton’s developing neighbourhoods, and as of the 2006 Federal Census under 300 people were living in the neighbourhood.

The plan for the neighbourhood is to develop a primarily residential community with a variety of housing options. The ultimate housing split is planned at 65% low density residential units and 35% medium density residential units. More about Schonsee...

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Medium density housing will be developed along the neighbourhood’s collector roads and near the neighbourhood park site. The projected population build out for this neighbourhood is over 3,000 residents, and a student generation of just under 400 school-aged children.

A district commercial site will be located in the southwest corner of the neighbourhood at 82nd Street and 167th Avenue. A 1.8 hectare park is located north of the stormwater management lake, and a smaller 0.3 hectare park is located on the northeast shore of the lake. These amenities provide residents with outdoor recreation space and provide a focal point within the community. The eastern third of the Schonsee neighbourhood has been designated as a special study area, and no development is proposed for lands within that area.

Neighbourhoods in the Lake District have names referring to lakes in different languages. The concept recognizes Edmonton’s ethnic diversity. The Schonsee neighbourhood name is derived from the German word “schon,” meaning beautiful, and “see” meaning lake.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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

Listing information last updated on September 23rd, 2017 at 3:46pm MDT.