July 2020

Found 3 blog entries for July 2020.

With stunning river valley views, a rapidly evolving downtown core and exceptional examples of architecture rising up across the city, Edmonton is emerging as a leader in the national real estate market. With unparalleled investment strength, breathtaking scenery and world-class amenities Edmonton is home to cultured, contemporary and deep rooted residents with a love for their city.

We’ve put together a collection of highlights from some of Edmonton’s top neighbourhoods. To view this digital magazine PLEASE CLICK HERE.

 

EXPERIENCE LIFE IN EDMONTON’S ESTABLISHED COMMUNITIES

With the North Saskatchewan River chiseling it’s way from the north east corner of the city straight through to the south west, Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods

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Surrounded by beauty and glowing in character, the elegant community of Glenora is one of Edmonton’s most desirable areas to live in.  The historic west side neighbourhood flourishes with appeal! Known for its lush trees and gardens, mix of architectural styles and abundant modern amenities, here you will find exceptional homes, a fabulous urban lifestyle and solid real estate investments.  

“The Glenora community offers a wide variety of housing, whether it’s modern, traditional or historical,” explains Jason Holland of Holland and Associates with RE/MAX River City. “People like the proximity of the location, being close to downtown, the River Valley and the west end; there are good schools, shops and parks in the neighbourhood  and  all that is

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First-time homebuyers often face a dilemma: buy a modest home with a tiny backyard in order to live close to downtown or invest in more square footage in suburbia but expect a lengthy commute. It’s the kind of compromise homeowners in Edmonton’s central oasis of Blatchford don’t need to worry about. The unique neighbourhood just northwest of downtown has it all: residential diversity, affordability, walkability and a village culture. 

Blatchford is putting down roots on the former site of Canada’s first licensed airfield - the Edmonton City Centre Airport - which closed in 2013. Developing such a large, urban parcel of land for a community of 30,000 people has been a dream for development manager Tom Lumsden.

- Energy Centre One - Stormwater

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