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Neighborhood Profile: Donsdale

Neighborhood Profile: Donsdale

Nestled between the North Saskatchewan river valley and Lessard road, Donsdale is a recent, exclusive development. The properties of Donsdale (as referred to by the developer) consists of Single Family homes and estate properties. Some lots are over a million dollars in asking price. Most of the homes tend to be two stories but there […]

Neighborhood Profile: Twin Brooks

Neighborhood Profile: Twin Brooks

Twin Brooks is one of Edmonton’s most established and scenic communities; this is where the Whitemud Creek and Blackmud Creek meet. Rich with natural green space and walking trails, the area is close to the major arteries of 111th Street and The Anthony Henday, as well as the Century Park LRT station. It’s also just […]

Neighborhood Profile: Jamieson Place

Neighborhood Profile: Jamieson Place

Located within the West Jasper Place South Area Structure Plan (ASP), the Jamieson Place neighbourhood is bounded by Callingwood Road to the north, Anthony Henday Drive to the east, 45th Avenue to the southeast, and 184th Street to the east. Construction of Jamieson Place began in the early 1980s and continued steadily into the early […]

Neighborhood Profile: Windermere

Neighborhood Profile: Windermere

The Windermere Estates neighbourhood is located in southwest Edmonton, east of the North Saskatchewan River Valley and south of Anthony Henday Drive. The Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP) for Windermere Estates was adopted by City Council in 2006, after the Area Structure Plan (ASP) for Windermere was adopted by Council in 2004. While neighbourhood planning took […]

Neighborhood Profile: Bonnie Doon

Neighborhood Profile: Bonnie Doon

Bonnie Doon takes its name from the Scottish for “pleasant, rolling countryside,” and was named in 1912 in honour of Canadian-born Premier Alexander Cameron Rutherford, who was of Scottish descent and owned a portion of the land east of Mill Creek. Bonnie Doon is the heart of Edmonton’s French community. The University of Alberta’s Campus […]

Neighborhood Profile: Kilkenny

Neighborhood Profile: Kilkenny

This month we are featuring the neighourhood of Kilkenny! This community is located in the Northeast part of Edmonton and features many activities for growing families, including a new outdoor spray park, several other parks in the area for you to enjoy as well as the Londonderry Fitness and Leisure Center for the colder months. […]

Neighborhood Profile: Glenora

Neighborhood Profile: Glenora

Glenora is one of Edmonton’s most historic residential areas. In 1869, Malcolm Groat claimed a 900-acre parcel immediately west of the Hudson’s Bay Reserve. This land extended from today’s 121st Street west to 142nd Street, and south from 111th Avenue to the North Saskatchewan River.  Glenora features many of the more beautiful historic homes in […]

The Story Behind the Stats: January 2019

The Story Behind the Stats: January 2019

2018: A year of stable average and median prices, decreasing sales, and rising inventory. Despite all the recession talk in Alberta, the average and median price for all residential property types in the greater Edmonton area decreased just 1.28% when comparing the results for the full year of 2018 vs 2017. The average residential selling […]

Neighborhood Profile: Downtown

Neighborhood Profile: Downtown

Downtown Edmontont is becoming the place to be!  Churchill Square, the Art Gallery of Alberta, and of course the new ICE District make this a fantastic place to visit and to live! During this time of year, Downtown has many events and activities that anyone and everyone can enjoy! Here is a list of events that […]

Neighborhood Profile: Beverly

Neighborhood Profile: Beverly

Beverly became the Town of Beverly on July 13,1914 and later amalgamated with the City of Edmonton on December 30th, 1961. During that time the Town constructed a Railway bridge that became the biggest shipper of coal in Alberta. But later The Beverly Coal Mine stopped production and where that old Coal Mine site was […]