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 to the west, by Ellerslie Road (9th Avenue) to the south, and 111th Street to the east.
MacEwan offers low-, medium-, and high-density residences, as well as commercial, institutional, and recreational land uses. Higher-density housing is located next to commercial development in the southeast and along the 111th Street transit corridor, as well as strategically placed adjacent to open spaces within the community. Lower-density housing units are located within the interior of the neighbourhood and are oriented along curvilinear streets and cul-de-sacs. Pedestrian circulation is provided for through a series of pathways, which connect throughout the neighbourhood and link the parks and natural areas together.
There were 45 homes sold between November 1, 2018 and October 31, 2019 in MacEwan, ranging from a low of $117,000 for an 600 sq ft one bedroom apartment condo to a high of $455,000 for a 2,200 sq ft 2 storey with double attached garage. The median sold price for homes in MacEwan during the same time period was $322,500 which represents a 1,200 sq ft 2 Storey with double attached garage.
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Sources: YEGishome.ca, Realtor.ca and REALTORS® Association of Edmonton