December 2017

Found 4 blog entries for December 2017.

"Most of Rutherford’s history is unwritten -- this is your chance to help shape it."

Far from the noise and bustle of downtown, Rutherford is the perfect place to get away from it all without sacrificing convenience. The business district at the neighbourhood’s northeast corner includes two grocery stores and several fast food restaurants, banks, and gas stations, so all your basics are covered. Nearby Anthony Henday Drive and Gateway Boulevard quickly take you to other parts of the city, and the serene Blackburn Creek Park in the neighbouring Blackmud Creek community can make you forget you’re in the city at all.

Neighbourhood Facts

Rutherford is tucked into Edmonton’s growing southwest quadrant, bordered by James Mowatt Trail to the east,

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Welcome to Duggan -- central, safe, and quiet. All major amenities are at your doorstep, and with Whitemud Drive, Calgary Trail, Gateway Boulevard, and the Capital LRT line all a stone’s throw away, you have quick access to the rest of the city, too.

Neighbourhood Facts

Duggan is a neighbourhood for families, with Duggan Elementary at the heart of the neighbourhood, and two more schools, D.S. MacKenzie Junior High and Harry Ainlay High School, just beyond its borders. Alongside you’ll find safe, quiet streets that seem tailor-made for finally casting off those training wheels. Nearly 70 per cent of Duggan households have children at home.

Duggan is bordered by 40 Avenue to the north and Calgary Trail to the east, 34 Avenue to the south, and 111

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Three schools, recreation facilities, quick access to post-secondary institutions, downtown and Old Strathcona -- what more could a family want? Kenilworth is a mature neighbourhood in a prime location, making it the perfect home for your family.

Neighbourhood Facts

Location location location! Kenilworth is nestled cozily in southeast-central Edmonton, just a 10-minute drive from downtown, touching the east end of Whyte Avenue and with quick access to Sherwood Park and the rest of Edmonton via several nearby major roads.

A primarily residential neighbourhood, Kenilworth also has a business district along 82 Avenue on the neighbourhood’s south edge. Nearly 80 per cent of the neighbourhood’s structures are single detached homes. Four out of five

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Be where the action is! Downtown Edmonton is in the midst of a renaissance, and this is your chance to be in the thick of it. With the Ice District taking centre stage, new residential towers, restaurants, and other businesses are springing up almost daily.

Neighbourhood Facts

With a population heavily skewed to young adults 20-40, downtown has an energy unparalleled by other Edmonton neighbourhoods. High density housing rules -- 80 per cent of residential units are apartments in buildings of five or more stories. Over 70 per cent are rented.

Bordered by 109 Street to the west, 97 Street to the east, 105 Avenue to the north and the river valley to the south, downtown has a high density of shops, restaurants and services, several post-secondary

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