SPRUCE AVENUE

Spruce Avenue's central location has attracted an impressive variety of land uses. The neighbourhood contains Kingsway Garden Mall, a regional shopping centre that competes with the downtown commercial district. The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), the city's second largest educational facility, has a portion of its campus within the neighbourhood. More about Spruce Avenue...

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Another major land use nearby is the Municipal Airport located just to the NW of the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood also contains the Glenrose Hospital (the original Royal Alexandra) which was one of Edmonton's largest until its replacement was built south of 111 AVE. Namayo Avenue (97 ST) and 1st Street (101 ST) were principal thoroughfares for individuals traveling between Edmonton's downtown & destinations to the north. As a result the neighbourhood's oldest residences are located along these streets; newer residences are situated in the western portion of the neighbourhood. 97 ST remains one of Edmonton's most important north-south thoroughfares today, and it connects northern Edmonton neighbourhoods with the city centre.

The residential section of the neighbourhood is oriented along gridiron streets lined with mature elm trees. A central school and park site anchors the residential community and it is separated by several blocks on each side from non-residential land use. Residents have access to a variety of services within the immediate vicinity and also have excellent access to other parts of the city via the major arterial roads that surround the community. In addition to homes, major institutional and commercial  facilities, the neighbourhood also contains four schools and six places of worship.

The neighbourhood takes its name from the former designation for 114th Avenue which was "114th Avenue-Spruce Avenue." The avenue was likely named after the prevalent spruce tree which is native to the area.

The geographical boundaries of this community are:

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City Councillor: Kim Krushell

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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

Listing information last updated on September 20th, 2017 at 10:32am MDT.