September 2017

Found 4 blog entries for September 2017.

"It’s hard to imagine a more perfect location to purchase a starter home, raise a family, or retire."

River valley views and all the amenities you need nearby -- this is Gold Bar. Wrapped in river valley parkland, Gold Bar offers easy access to downtown and the rest of Edmonton via 50 Street and Anthony Henday Drive, taking you seamlessly from work to play.

Neighbourhood Facts

Gold Bar is bordered by Goldstick Park to the east and 50 Street to the west. To the south, 101 Avenue brings Sherwood Park within easy driving distance. Surrounding neighbourhoods include Capilano to the north and Fulton Place to the west.

Gold Bar is a mature neighbourhood, with more than 75% of dwellings constructed before 1960, most of those single detached homes.

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Oxford is the neighbourhood you remember from your childhood. Young families dominate here -- 73% of families have at least one child living at home.  Kids ride bikes, host lemonade stands, and skip rope in the middle of quiet streets and cul-de-sacs.

The neighbourhood also offers amenities like plenty of green space, a nearby business district and quick access to other parts of the city via Anthony Henday Drive.

Neighbourhood Facts

Oxford stretches from 153 Avenue in the south to 167 Avenue in the north, and east to west from 127 Street to 133 Street. Development began in the 1980s and continued to the early 2000s. Detached single family homes make up the bulk of the neighbourhood. Nearly all (97%) residents own their home.

Oxford’s History

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"...there’s something for everyone in Calder."

The tree-lined streets of Calder, in the city’s northwest, are the perfect backdrop to any stage of life. Whether you’re purchasing your first home, raising a family, or planning for retirement, there’s a place for you in this mature character neighbourhood.

Quiet enough to get that small-town feel, but central enough for a quick commute to downtown or elsewhere in the city via Yellowhead Trail, Calder offers countless amenities: green spaces, local businesses, schools, and recreation opportunities.

Neighbourhood Facts

Calder is bordered to the south by 127 Avenue and the Yellowhead corridor, 127 Street to the west, 132 Avenue to the north and 113A Street to the east. The neighbourhood is home to

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Commuting from your new home in Clareview Campus couldn’t be easier. This affordable, transit-oriented neighbourhood with a mix of high- and low-density housing offers quick access to downtown and the University of Alberta via the Capital LRT line. Shops, restaurants, services and the impressive Clareview Recreation Centre are all a short walk from the Clareview Transit Centre.

Neighbourhood Facts

Clareview Campus is bordered by 144 Avenue to the north, 36 Street to the east, 137 Avenue to the south and Manning Drive to the west.

Clareview Campus residents are young -- 76% are under 40 -- and a substantial number (41%) are single. The neighbourhood offers the diverse selection of homes these demographics need, with a mix of single family homes

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