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Neighborhood Profile: Westmount

Neighborhood Profile: Westmount

Westmount is an older neighbourhood located northwest of downtown Edmonton. Westmount is located east of Groat Road and west of the old CN rail line that used to run north from downtown. The northern portion of the neighbourhood stops ar 111 avenue and it goes all the way south to the river valley with a […]

Neighborhood Profile – Mayliewan

Neighborhood Profile – Mayliewan

Land use in Mayliewan is almost entirely residential and was planned to accommodate primarily single-family houses oriented around the local parks system. The neighbourhood was designed to ensure that most residents would have direct easy access to parks and/or one of the two stormwater management lakes. The intention was to build a community where children […]

Neighborhood Profile – Oliver

Neighborhood Profile – Oliver

Oliver is an stablished neighbourhood west of downtown Edmonton and is located south of the CN rail line and extends all the way to the river valley. From east to west its limits are 111 avenue and 124 street with a notch cut out using stony plain road and 121 street as boundaries. A very […]

Neighborhood Profile: MacEwan

Neighborhood Profile: MacEwan

The MacEwan neighbourhood is located in southwest Edmonton and forms the northern boundary of the Heritage Valley Servicing Concept Design Brief (SCDB). MacEwan is one of 14 neighbourhoods planned for the Heritage Valley SCDB. The neighbourhood is bounded by the Anthony Henday ring road to the north, by the 127th Street Transportation and Utilities Corridor […]

Neighborhood Profile: Ermineskin

Neighborhood Profile: Ermineskin

Like many neighbourhoods in this part of Edmonton, Ermineskin has a curvilinear street pattern and was developed during the 1970s and 1980s. Most of the area is residential, but there are also large portions of commercial, open space, and vacant land that make Ermineskin a very mixed-use neighbourhood. The residential development within the neighbourhood is mixed […]

Neighborhood Profile: Kensington

Neighborhood Profile: Kensington

Kensington is a mature community situated in north west Edmonton, zone 1. This neighbourhood was annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1913 however, some of the first residential development didn’t occur until the late 1940s. The majority of the homes in the area are single detached bungalows with detached garages which were mostly built […]

Neighborhood Profile: Glastonbury

Neighborhood Profile: Glastonbury

Named after the English town where the legend of King Arthur and the Holy Grail was born, Glastonbury is the Holy Grail for young families looking for a safe, residential neighbourhood with lots of open park space. Located between Whitemud Drive and 62nd Avenue just west of the Anthony Henday, the community is part of […]

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 […]