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Northeast Edmonton Neighbourhood Information

Abbottsfield

Abbottsfield in east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is named for Abraham Abbott. He was a resident of the Town of Beverly and served many years as a school custodian in the Beverly School District. Beverly was a coal mining town that was annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1961. One of the major coal mines was located in the Abbottsfield area.

Abbottsfield overlooks the North Saskatchewan River, which forms its eastern boundary. The southern border is 118th Avenue, the western is 34th Street and the north is framed by the Yellowhead Trail corridor. Victoria Drive is the boundary between the neighbourhood and the river valley area. Rundle Park is located below Abbottsfield in the river valley and the Rundle Heights neighbourhood is directly to the south.

Residential construction didn’t start in the area until the 1970s. Over 75% of the residences were completed in that decade. Nearly 54% of the available homes are row houses, followed by apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories at 33%. The remaining housing styles are duplexes, triplexes and quadruplexes. Single family homes are not part of the housing inventory. 70% of the residences are rentals. All of the owner occupied homes are row houses.

The closest shopping centre is Abbottsfield Mall, on the south edge of the neighbourhood on 118th Avenue. One public school and two Catholic schools are in the area. The Rundle Golf Course is to the east.
 

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Balwin

Baldwin, located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, was originally part of North Edmonton. It was annexed by the city in 1912. While just under 7% of the residential housing was complete before the end of World War II, the majority was completed between 1946 and 1970, almost 77%. The remainder were built in the 1970s with development considered complete by 1981.

The single family home is the most common residence, coming in at 62% of the housing inventory. This is followed by rental apartments in low rise structures with less than five stories, at 23%. Duplexes make up 9% of the homes and row houses an additional 5%. 57% of homes are occupied by their owners. The area is considered fairly mobile with 47% of the population being at the same address for five years or more.

The northern boundary is 132nd Avenue, the southern is 127th Avenue and the Yellowhead Corridore. The eastern edge is fronted by 66th Street and the west by 82nd Street. Travelling north along 66th Street will take you to Londonderry Mall.

Four schools are in Balwin. Balwin Junior High School, North Edmonton Elementary and Princeton Elementary are all part of the public system and St. Francis of Assisi Elementary Junior High School is part of the Edmonton Catholic District.

The Queen Elizabeth High School is to the west via 132nd Avenue and the M.E. Lazerte High School is located north along 66th Street.

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Bannerman

Named for H. Bannerman, who settled the Belmont area in 1883, Bannerman is part of the Clairview district in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The western border is the Victoria Trail. 114th Avenue frames the north and 137th Avenue the south. The eastern part of the neighbourhood overlooks the North Saskatchewan River valley.

Over 77% of the homes in Bannerman were built in the 1970s. The remainder were completed in the 1980s with the development considered complete by 1990. Single family homes make up 46% of the housing market, followed by row houses at 36%. Most of the remaining homes; almost 17% are rentals in apartment buildings with fewer than five stories along with a handful of duplexes. Nearly 72% of homes are owner occupied.

There is one school within the neighbourhood borders, the Bannerman Elementary Junior High School, part of the Edmonton Public School System. Clareview Village Shopping Centre is nearby on the Victoria Trail. A bit further to the west is Clareview Town Centre. The Clareview LRT station is just to the west of Bannerman along 137th Avenue.

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Beacon Heights

Beacon Heights is a residential area in east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was once part of the Town of Beverly before being annexed by the city in 1961.The earliest development in the neighbourhood dates back to 1910, even before Beverly was incorporated into a town.

Almost one in ten of the homes in Beacon Heights were completed before the end of World War II. Over half of the residences were completed before the annexation to Edmonton. Just over 75% of the homes are single family structures. The remaining inventory is divided equally between apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories and duplexes. The area is considered quite stable. Roughly 85% of homes are lived in by their owners.

The northern border is 122nd Avenue, the southern is 118th Avenue and the western boundary is 50th Street. The eastern edge is framed by 34th Street. Jubilee Park, developed in 1955 as an Alberta Jubilee project, is located on the site of the Beverly Coal Mine entrance.

Beacon Heights Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System, Beacon Heights Community League and Beacon Heights Community Hall all service the area. The Beverly Olde Town Centre is the nearest shopping mall, followed by Abbottsfield Shoppers Mall just east of 34th Street.

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Belle Rive

Belle River is a residential area located in north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is bordered by 167th Avenue to the north, 153rd Avenue on the south and 82nd Street to the east. The western border runs along a line between 89th Street and 90th Street and is shared with Eaux Claires.

The development in the area is considered complete. 93% of the homes are single family houses, followed by duplexes at 4% and row houses at 3%. The area is considered quite stable as virtually all homes are occupied by their owners.

The closest schools are a Catholic school and a private school called Kidz Make Cents, Inc, both just east of 82nd Street. The closest shopping mall is Namao Center via 167th Avenue toward the west. There is one small park in the area, but residents have easy access to both Lorelei Park and Beaumaris Park to the west.

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Bellevue

The rather smallish residential area of Bellevue is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighbourhood overlooks the North Saskatchewan River, whose valley makes up the southern border. The north is framed by 118th Avenue (otherwise known as Alberta Avenue), the west by Wayne Gretzky Drive and the east by 67th Street. Wayne Gretzky drive leads to Whyte Avenue and the University of Alberta’s Faculty St. Jean, to the south.

Almost 22% of the homes were built before the end of World War II. Another 60% were completed between 1946 and 1960. The remaining 12% were built between 1961 and 2001. The development is considered complete.

The single family home is the most common type of residence found comprising 96% of the housing inventory. Apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories make up 3% and one triplex makes up the remaining 1%. Nearly 76% of homes are occupied by their home owners.

Two schools service the area. The Bellevue Elementary School and Eastglen High School are both part of the Edmonton Public School system. Rexall Place, home to the Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings hockey teams,, is just outside the area to the north west. The Coliseum LRT station is adjacent to the arena. Just to the west of the area, along 112th Avenue is the Commonwealth Stadium, home of the Edmonton Eskimos CFL team.

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Belmont

Belmont is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is in the Clareview district, bordered on the north by 137th Avenue, the east by the Victoria Trail and the west by 40th Street. The southern edge backs onto the Kennedale Ravine.

The earliest residences were built in 1912. The first period of major development was in the 1970s when 63% of homes were built. Things slowed down until the 1990s when an additional 22% of the homes came on line. The area is considered complete.

The most common type of structure is the single family home. They account for 44% of the housing inventory. Duplexes make up 28% of the homes, followed by row houses and apartments in buildings of five stories or less, each at 15%. 71% of the homes are occupied by their owners.

There are two schools in the area. One is the Belmont Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System. The second school is the St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Elementary Junior High School, a private facility. The Clareview LRT station is located just west of the area via 137th Avenue. Clareview Village Shopping Centre is the closest mall.

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Belvedere

Belvedere is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighbourhood is on the western side of the Canadian National Railway right of way, conveniently close to the Belvedere LRT station. The triangle shaped district is shaped by that same railway right of way that borders its south eastern edge. 137th Avenue borders the north and 66th Avenue the west. Fort Road cuts through the area near the south east boundary.

Belvedere is surrounded by a mix of residential, industrial and commercial areas. Residential York is to the north. Other residential neighbours are Clareview Campus in the north east, Balwin and Delwood to the west and Kildare to the north west. Clareview Business Park is to the north east and Kennedale Industrial area is to the east. The Industrial Heights area is to the south east and the Yellowhead Corridor frames the south west.

Residential development started before the end of World War II, but most of the building, almost 90%, was completed between 1946 and 1960. Apartments make up 45% of the homes, followed by single family homes at 42%. Duplexes account for 8% of the housing inventory, and row houses an additional 6%. Half of the homes are occupied by home owners.

The closest shopping is at Londonderry Mall near the north west corner of Belvedere in the nearby neighbourhood of Kildare. Two Catholic schools and two Edmonton Public School facilities are nearby.

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Bergman

The neighbourhood of Bergman, in east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is named after Gustav C. Bergman, one time mayor of the neighbouring town of Beverly, which was incorporated in 1914. Bergman is just to the north of the Beverly town site. The southern boundary is 122nd Avenue, the northern is the Yellowhead Trail and 50th Street is the western edge. 34th Street frames the east.

The town of Beverly joined with Edmonton in 1961 and roughly 80% of the construction dates from after that time period. The largest growth occurred in the 1980s, when almost one third of the homes were constructed. The majority of the homes in Bergman are single family properties but there are a few duplexes in the neighbourhood. Over 95% of the homes in Bergman are occupied by their owners.

Bergman Park is in the north of the neighbourhood, bordering the Yellowhead Trail. Abbottsfield Shopping Mall is to the south east, on the other side of 34th Street and Hermitage Square can be reached by going north on 50th Street. Beacon Heights Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System, serves the area.

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Beverly Heights

Once part of the coal mining town of Beverly, the neighbourhood of Beverly Heights became part of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1961 with the amalgamation of the two principalities. It is located on the eastern part of the city with its southern border being framed by the North Saskatchewan River valley. The northern edge is 118th Avenue, the western is 50th Street and the eastern edge is framed by both 34th Street and 36th Street.

There are four schools servicing the Beverly Heights area. The Beverly Heights Public School, the Lawton Junior High School and the R.J. Scott Elementary School are all part of the Edmonton Public School System. The St. Nicholas Catholic Junior High School also serves the area.

Lawton Junior High was the first junior high school in Beverly. It is named after Percy Benjamin Lawton, a teacher and principal. He later went on to become a Supervisor of Beverly Schools and then superintendent and for a brief time served as mayor of Beverley.

The Beverly Cenotaph, the first in Edmonton, was built to honour men from Beverly that died in World War 1 and is in Beverly Heights. The closest shopping malls are Beverly Olde Towne Centre and Abbottsfield Shoppers Mall.

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Brintnell

Brintnell is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and is a newer development. As of 2005 there were only 154 residences in the area. The number has increased to 1,832 with a population count of 5,048. The median household income is listed at $69,459. Almost 91% of the homes are single family properties, the rest are a mixture of duplexes, triplexes and quadruplexes.

Brintnell is a master planned community, offering landscaped hiking trails, open tree lined green spaces and nearby lake access. The northern boundary is 167th Avenue, the southern is 153rd Avenue, the western is 50th Street and Manning Drive frames the east.

Residents have easy access to Rexall Place, Edmonton Northlands, the Commonweath Stadium, the University of Alberta and the downtown core via the Clareview LRT station to the south east of the district. The Edmonton Police Service’s North Division is in the southern end of the neighbourhood. The closest school is Edmonton Christian School, west of 50th Street. The closest Edmonton Public Schools are Steele Heights Junior High School and another Elementary School south of 153rd Avenue.

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Canon Ridge

Canon Ridge is in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in the Hermitage Area and overlooks the Saskatchewan River valley. The neighbourhood is named for an Anglican minister who arrived in the Edmonton area back in 1875. The western edge is framed by the Victoria Trail, the south by the Yellowhead Trail and the north by the Kennedale Ravine. The North Saskatchewan River valley is to the east.

The development began in the 1960s with almost 7% of the homes being built in that decade. Another 11% were built in the 1970s. The majority of homes were built in the 1980s when over 78% of the properties were constructed. The remainder were finished by 1991 when the development was considered complete.

The most common type of residential housing is the apartment style condominium in buildings of fewer than five stories. These make up 39% of all residences. Single family homes account for 30% and row houses for 28% of the housing market. Most of the remaining inventory consists of duplexes. Over 67% of homes are owner occupied.

The closest shopping mall is Abbottsfield Shopping Centre to the south and the closest school is Overlanders Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System, to the west. The Belvedere Station of the Edmonton LRT system is to the west of the area. From this station, residents have access to Rexall Place, Edmonton Northlands, the Commonwealth Stadium, University of Alberta and the downtown core.

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Cassleman

Cassleman, named after a lawyer who practiced law in the area in the early 1900s, is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The eastern boundary is 50th Street, the north is 153rd Avenue, the west is 58th Street and the southern edge is framed by 144th Avenue.

Roughly 10% of the residences in Cassleman were built before 1971. Most residential development occurred during the 1970s when nearly 58% of homes were built. Between 1981 and 1990 an additional 23% of homes were built, with the remainder being constructed after 1991. The development is considered complete.

The most common type of structure is the row house, making up 48% of the areas housing market. Single family homes make up 26% and rented apartments and apartment style condominiums make up 25% of the inventory, respectively. Duplexes make up the remainder. Over 66% of homes are occupied by the homeowners.

Students attend school in neighbouring McLeod to the west. Steele Heights Junior High School and another Edmonton Public Elementary School is in the area as is a Catholic elementary school. Londonderry Shopping Mall is to the south west.

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Clareview

Clareview is in north east Edmonton, Alberta Canada and is a mixed use neighbourhood. The southern boundary is 137th Avenue, the northern is 144th Avenue and the east is framed by 36th Street. The Canadian National Railways right of way is to the west.

Development started in the 1970s when just over 5% of the homes were constructed. Things slowed until the 1990s, when the remainder of the residences were built between 1991 and 2000. Currently there are 420 homes in the area.

The most common type of home are rented apartments and apartment style condominiums, most in buildings of fewer than five stories, accounting for 74% of the housing inventory. Single family homes account for 13% and duplexes for 10% of residences. The remaining homes are row houses. 48% of the homes are owner occupied.

The closest shopping is at Londonderry Mall, west of Clareview via 137th Avenue. The Edmonton Police Service’s North Division is nearby. The district is served by the Clareview LRT station, part of the Edmonton light rail system. From this departure point residents have easy access to Rexall Place, the Commonwealth Stadium, the University of Alberta and the downtown core. This is a park and ride station. John D. Bracco Junior High School, part of the Edmonton Public School System, serves the area.

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Cromdale

Located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the inner city residential neighbourhood of Cromdale is one of the older areas. It overlooks the North Saskatchewan River valley and has irregular boundaries because of its location. The southern edge is the North Saskatchewan River valley, the west is 84th Street and the north west is edged by the Canadian National Railway right of way. The neighbourhood is almost divided in half by the Kinnaird Ravine.

Roughly 10% of the homes were built before the end of World War II. Another 8% were built between 1946 and 1960. The largest construction phase was in the 1960s and 1970s when almost 66% of homes were built, most of these apartments. The remainder were built after 1980.

Most of the residences are apartments and apartment style condominiums, making up roughly 85% of the housing market. The remaining homes are single family structures. 31% of homes are occupied by their owners. The area is considered to be highly mobile, with only 31% of the residents being at the same address for five years or more.

The Edmonton Commonwealth Stadium is just to the west in McCauly. The Stadium LRT station is the closest transit facility. There is one Catholic elementary school in the area and Parkdale Elementary-Junior High School, part of the Edmonton Public School System, is just to the west of the area. Concordia College is to the southeast. Parkdale Square is the closest shopping mall.

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Delwood

Delwood is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and it got its start just about the time that World War II ended. About 10% of the homes were built between 1946 and 1960. The majority of the building occurred in the 1960s, when 80% of the housing inventory was constructed. The remainder were completed in the 1970s and the development is considered complete.

Almost 87% of the homes are single family dwellings, followed by duplexes at 8%. Apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories make up an additional 3%. The remainder are row houses. Roughly 85% of homes are occupied by their owners.

The northern boundary is 137th Avenue, the southern is 132nd Avenue, the east is 66th Street and the western edge is 82nd Street. Westbound on 137th Avenue leads to Northgate Centre and North Town Mall. Londonderry Mall is also nearby, located just to the north in Kildare.

There are several schools that service the area. Within Delwood’s borders are the Delwood Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System and the St. Vladimir Catholic Elementary School. Queen Elizabeth High School is just to the west of the neighbourhood via 132nd Avenue and M.E. Lazerte High School is located to the north along 66th Street.

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Eaux Claires

Eaux Claires is a residential area in the north eastern section of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Its name is the plural of eau claire, French for “clear water”. The northern boundary is 167th Avenue, the western is 97th Street and the southern is 153rd Avenue. The eastern boundary straddles a line between 89th Street and 90th Street.

The area is convenient to Canadian Forces Bases Edmonton, reached by travelling north on 97th Street. Travelling south on the same road takes residents into the downtown core and past the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Single family homes make up 55% of the housing market in Eaux Claires. Apartment style condominiums in buildings of less than five stories make up an additional 32% of the market. Duplexes make up the remainder. Most of the residences are occupied by their owners.

The closest schools are the Lorelei Elementary School to the west and the Evansdale Elementary School to the south in the Evansdale neighbourhood. The Wee World Day Care Ltd. is just over the Lorelei border to the west. The Namao Centre offers shopping in the north west corner of the area. Beaumaris Park and the Beaumaris Lake area are to the west.

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Evansdale

Evansdale is part of the Dickinsfield area, located in north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Dickinsfield district is bordered on the south by 137th Avenue, on the east by 82nd Street, the west by 97th Street and on the north by 157th Avenue. 144th Avenue splits the district in two, forming the Evansdale neighbourhood in the northern half and Northmount on the southern end.

Evansdale is named after Harry Marshall Erskine Evans, who was president of the Edmonton Board of Trade (now known as the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce) and the mayor of the city from 1918 to 1919. The entire Dickinsfield area, as well as a school and an extended care facility are named for Clennell Haggerston “Punch” Dickins. He was the first pilot named into Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame.

Roughly 54% of the homes in Evansdale are single family dwellings. Apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories make up 24% and row houses make up 20% of the housing inventory.

Several schools service the neighbourhood. Evansdale Elementary is part of the Edmonton Public School System. Cardinal Leger Catholic Junior High School and St. Philip Catholic Elementary are private alternatives. North Town Mall and Northwood Mall are in the south west corner of the neighbourhood.

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Evergreen

Evergreen Mobile Home Park is located in the north eastern end of the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is in a rural setting, being in the part of the city known as the Rural North East South Sturgeon just to the north west of Meridian Street and 167th Avenue.

The park was established in 1970, with most of the growth in the park occurring between 1970 and 1979. Over half of the homes were moved into the neighbourhood at that time. The number of homes grew to about 700 by 1987 when a tornado did considerable damage to the park. Evergreen has recovered nicely and is back up to a total of 640 homes, most of which are owner occupied.

Schools are available in the nearby Clareview and Bannerman neighbourhoods. Evergreen has full city bus service, and is only an eight minute ride to Londonderry Mall and six minutes from Manning Crossing which has medical facilities. The Evergreen Commercial Centre offers a supermarket, gas station, auto repair shop, dress shop and a bar & grill.

Evergreen is outdoor friendly. There are several hiking, biking and walking trails in the area. Residents have access to a baseball diamond, a skating rink, a large picnic area and a full size playground. There are several classes and community associations that offer activities for people both young and old.

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Fraser

Located in the north eastern part of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Fraser is in the Clareview area. It is named for John Fraser, one of the original homesteaders in the area and one of the original trustees of Belmont School. An elementary school and community hall in the neighbourhood also bear his name.

The western border is the Victoria Trail. 153rd Avenue NW is to the north, the North Saskatchewan River along with 6th Street NW follows the eastern edge and 144th Avenue NW is to the south.

Over 62% of the homes were built during the 1980s. Roughly 20% were built during the 1970s and earlier, with the remaining being constructed in the 1990s. The area was considered complete at the end of that decade. Single family homes make up the majority of residences, over 59%. This is followed by apartments in low rise buildings with less than five stories at 15% and row houses and duplexes each at 13%. 77% of residences are owner occupied.

Fraser Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System is near Fraser Park. Kids are welcome at Kids are Special at Fraser Daycare & Out of School Care services, also in the area. The closest shopping mall is Clareview Village Shopping Centre to the south.

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Glengarry

Glengarry is a residential neighbourhood located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Northgate Centre, a major shopping mall, is located in the neighbourhood’s north west corner. North Town Mall is located immediately to the north of Glengarry in the neighbourhood of Northmount.

The neighbourhood is bounded on the north by 137 Avenue, on the south by 132 Avenue, on the east by 82 Street and on the west by 97 Street.

Residential development in Glengarry largely dates from after World War II and was substantially complete by 1985. According to the 2001 federal census, approximately one in seven (15.2%) residences were built between 1946 and 1960. Most of the development was during the 1960s, with seven out of every ten (70.8%) of all residences being constructed between 1961 and 1970. The remaining one in eight (12.6%) of residences were built between 1971 and 1985.

The most common type of residence in the neighbourhood, account for just over half (55%) of all residences according to the 2005 municipal census, is the single family dwelling. Another one in five (21%) of all residences are [[row house}}s. Rented apartments in both low rise and high rise buildings account for another 17%. Duplexes account for the remaining 7%. Approximately three out of every four (73%) residences are owner occupied while the reimaining one out of every four (27%) are rented.

The population of the neighbourhood is comparatively stable. According to the 2005 municipal census, approximately two out of every three residents (63.9%) had lived at the same address for five years or more.

There are four schools in Glengarry. St. Cecilia Junior High School and Archbishop Oleary High School are both operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System. Glengarry Elementary School is operated by the Edmonton Public School System. The Fresh Start Outreach High School is also located in the neighbourhood.

Queen Elizabeth High School is located just south of Glengarry in the adjoining neighbourhood of Killarney.

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Hairsine

Harsine is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Victoria Trail borders its eastern edge, 36th Street the western border, 144th Avenue the northern end and 137th makes up the southern boundary.

Almost all of the residential development occurred during the 1970s and 1980s. Just over 59% of homes were built between 1971 and 1980 and 39% were built in the next decade. The row house is the most common type of residence found, making up 51% of the housing market. Single family homes make up 26%. Apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories make up 18% followed by duplexes at 5%. 68% of homes are occupied by their owners. The population is considered moderately stable with over 47% of residents being at the same address for five years or more.

Two schools service the neighbourhood. The John D. Bracco School is part of the Edmonton Public School System and the St. Bonaventure Catholic Elementary School is a private alternative. The closest LRT station is at Clareview, west of the neighbourhood along 137th Avenue. Clareview Village Shopping Centre is the closest mall.

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Highlands

Highlands got its name by being the winning suggestion in a contest that offered a $50 prize back in 1912. It was annexed to the city at that time and is in the north east corner of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is bordered on the north by 118th Avenue, on the east by 59th Street and on the western edge by 67th Street. The North Saskatchewan River valley makes up the southern boundary.

Highlands is an older neighbourhood. Over 31% of the homes were built by the end of World War II. Between 1946 and 1960 an additional 47% were built. The remaining homes were built between 1961 and 1980 with the area considered complete by 1990.

Most of the homes in the area, roughly 90% are single family houses. Nearly 8% are apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories, followed by duplexes that make up the remainder. Almost 81% of homes are lived in by their owners.

Two schools, the Highlands Public School and Mount Royal Elementary School, both part of the Edmonton Public School System, service the area. Edmonton Northland, Rexall Place, the Edmonton Commonwealth and Concordia College are all just west of the area. Whyte Avenue and the University of Alberta are to the south, accessible by 118th Avenue and Wayne Gretzky Drive.

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Hollick Kenyon

Located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Hollick Kenyon bears the name of aviator Herbert Hollick-Kenyon. The northern border is 167th Avenue, the eastern is 50th Street and the west is edged by 59th Street. 153rd Avenue makes up the southern boundary.

This is a new community with all development occurring after 1990. Over 91% of the homes are single family dwellings with the remainder being duplexes. 97% of the residences are occupied by their owners.

The Hollick Kenyon Park Society is in the process of developing a park and playground in the community as well as encouraging the building of a new school. The closest school is the Edmonton Christian School just west of 59th Street. To the south, Steele Heights Junior High School and another elementary school, both part of the Edmonton Public School System are a few blocks past 153rd Avenue.

The Londonderry Mall, Londonderry Arena, and the Londonderry Athletic Centre with its public swimming pool is to the south west via 153rd Avenue to 66th Street SW.

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Homesteader

Homesteader is part of the Hermitage area of north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Yellowhead Trail forms the southern border, 50th Street is to the west and the Kennedale Ravine frames the north. As one travels south of Hermitage Road the eastern boundary runs a half block east of 12th Avenue. North of Hermitage Road the western border follows Hooke Road and then Homestead Crescent. The neighbourhood is bisected by Hermitage Road.

Between 1971 and 1980 62% of the area’s homes were built. The first half of the 1980s saw 20% of the available housing added. 12% of the homes were built prior to 1970 and the remainder after 1985.

Single family homes make up 37% of the housing inventory. Row houses follow at 24%. Duplexes make up 22% of homes and apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories make up the remaining 18%. Just over 56% of the homes are occupied by their owners.

Belvedere Station is the closest Edmonton LRT access. It provides transportation to Rexall Place, the University of Alberta, Edmonton Northlands, the Edmonton Commonwealth Stadium and the downtown centre. Overlanders Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public Schools and a Catholic school are in the area.

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Kernohan

Kerohan, which got its name from an early farmer who also operated a grocery store in the area in the 1880s and 1890s, is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is part of the Clareview area. The western boundary is the Victoria Trail and to the north is 137th Avenue. The North Saskatchewan River valley is on the eastern edge and the Kennedale Ravine is to the south.

Residential development started in the 1960s, but the majority of homes, almost 54% were completed in the 1970s. Over 10% of properties were completed in the 1980s with the remaining 27% in the 1990s.

The single family home makes up 62% of the housing market. This is followed by row houses at 20%, duplexes at 12% and apartment style condominiums in buildings with less than five stories at 5%. Nearly 90% of the properties are owner occupied.

The closest LRT station is at Clareview, to the west of the neighbourhood via 137th Avenue. The closest shopping mall is Clareview Town Centre, to the north west. One school is in the area, the Anne Fitzgerald Catholic Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Catholic System.

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Kildare

Named for an Irish county, Kildare is a mixed commercial and residential area in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The southern border is 137th Avenue, the western is 82nd Street, the east is framed by 66th Street and the northern edge is 144th Avenue.

The south west corner of the neighbourhood is home to St. Michael’s Cemetery. Londonderry Mall is in the south east corner between 66th Street and 137th Avenue. Northgate Centre and North Town Mall can be reached via 137th Avenue West.

Nearly half of the residences were built in the 1960s, followed by an additional 29% during the 1970s. The 1980s saw an additional 17% of homes added with the area considered complete by 1990. The single family home makes up 47% of the available housing inventory, followed by row houses at 34%. Most row houses are in the north west corner of the neighbourhood. Apartments in buildings with less than five stories make up 9% of the housing, high rise apartments 10% and duplexes account for 9%. Nearly 68% of the homes are owner occupied.

Public schools in the area include Kildare Elementary School and Londonderry Junior High School. The private Academy for Mathematics and Science and the Daycare & Out of School Care facilities are also available.

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Kilkenny

Kilkenny is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and its name is of Irish origin. It is home to Londonderry Mall, a major shopping centre in the south part of the neighbourhood on 66th Street. Other malls in the area include North Town Centre and its next door neighbour Northgate Centre to the south west. Kilkenny is also home to the Londonderry Fitness and Leisure Centre and Londonderry Athletic Grounds.

The northern boundary is 153rd Avenue, the southern is 144th Avenue and the east is bordered by 66th Street. The western edge is 82nd Street.

Most of the area’s development was in the 1960s and 1970s. Half of the homes were built between 1961 and 1970. An additional 23% were built in the following decade. The remaining 22% were built in the 1980s with the area considered complete in 1990.

The single family home is the most common type of residence, making up 60% of homes. 30% of homes are apartments in low rise buildings with less than five stories with the remaining homes being row houses. Over 62% of homes are occupied by their owners.

There are six schools in the area, five of the Edmonton Public School System and one Catholic.

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Killarney

Killarney was annexed to Edmonton in 1913 but development did not get off the ground until the 1950s and 1960s. The neighbourhood is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The northern boundary is 132nd Avenue, the eastern is 82nd Street, the southern is 127th Avenue and the western edge is 97th Street.

Virtually all residential development occurred during the first 25 years after World War II. Over 36% of homes were built between 1946 and 1960, followed by 50% being built in the 1960s. An additional 20% were completed in the 1970s.

Housing types are mixed in this area. Single family homes make up roughly 33% of the residences. Duplexes and apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories each make up 25% of the inventory. The remaining homes are row houses. Roughly 60% of homes are owner occupied. The area is considered moderately mobile, with 41% of occupants being at the same address for five years or more.

Shopping is available at North Gate Centre and North Town Mall, both accessed via 97th Street north. Killarney Junior High School and Queen Elizabeth High School, both part of the Edmonton Public System are in the area. St Mathew Catholic Elementary School is in the area.

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Kirkness

James Kirkness came to the Edmonton area in 1866 and was an employee of the newly formed Hudson’s Bay Company. Kirkness, in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, bears his name. The Canadian National Railway right of way makes up the western boundary and the Victoria Trail frames the east. The south is bordered by 144th Avenue and the north by 153rd Avenue. Manning Drive, to the west of the railway right of way gives access to north eastern Edmonton.

Roughly 12% of the homes were built in the 1970s, followed by the 1980s when 70% of the housing inventory was constructed. An additional 15% were added in the 1990s. The remaining construction occurred after 2000.

The single family home is the most common type, accounting for 55% of the homes. 28% are apartments in low rise buildings with less than five stories. Less than 10% are duplexes and 8% are row houses. Nearly 63% of homes are owner occupied. The population is somewhat mobile, with only 43% of occupants being at the same address for five years or more.

Kirkness Park, in the centre of the neighbourhood provides open green space. Schools in the area include an Edmonton Public School and a Kids are Special Daycare & After School private facility. Clareview Village Shopping Centre is to the south east.

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Klarvatten

Klarvatten in is the upper reaches of north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and borders undeveloped land that sits within city limits. Residents have good access to the Canadian Forces Base in Edmonton. It is one of the more affluent areas of the city, with an annual household income considerably above average.

The southern boundary is 167th Avenue, the eastern is 82nd Street and to the west is 91st Street. Undeveloped land is to the north. There are developments in the works, including a business complex named Klarvatten Plaza.

The area’s development started in the 1980s when 25% of the homes were completed. Most of the building got underway in the 1990s when almost 75% of construction was finished. Most homes are single family dwellings, making up 87% of the housing market. This is followed by row houses at 11% and duplexes at 2%. Over 97% of the homes are occupied by their owners.

One public school and one Catholic school are in the area, both elementary. The closest shopping is at Namao Centre to the southwest. Following 82nd Street south to 137th Avenue NW will take residents to North Town Centre and Northwood Mall to the south west.

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Lago Lindo

In the Spanish language Lago Lindo means “pretty lake”. Since there are two pretty lakes in the area, it seems appropriate. The neighbourhood is located in north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The northern boundary is undeveloped rural land. The western border is 97th Street, the eastern is 91st Street and 167th Avenue brings up the south.

Residents have excellent access to Canadian Forces Bases Edmonton via 97th Street to the north. Follow that same street south and residents can find their way to the downtown core as well as to the closest major shopping area, North Town Centre and Northwoods Mall. Namao Centre is convenient to the south west adjacent to 167th Avenue.

Virtually all of the homes in Lago Lindo are single family residences and most were built in the 1980s. Almost all are occupied by their owners.

There are two elementary schools in the area. One is the Bishop Greschuk Catholic Elementary School and the other is the Lago Lindo Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System.

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Matt Berry

The fairly new residential area of Matt Berry is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Its namesake is aviator Arthur Massey “Matt” Berry. 153rd Avenue is its southern boundary and 167th its northern border. The west is edged by 66th Street and the east by 59th Street A.

Most of the development in Matt Berry occurred after 1985. Almost 15% of the homes were built between 1986 and 1990. Another 82% were finished in the 1990s. Most of the homes are single family dwellings, almost 94%. The remaining homes are all duplexes. Over 98% of the homes are occupied by their owners.

Edmonton Christian School is in the neighbourhood and Steele Heights Junior High School, part of the Edmonton Public School System is a few blocks south of 153rd Avenue. The closest major shopping mall is Londonderry Mall via 66th Street south. The Londonderry Arena and Londonderry Athletic Grounds can also be reached via 66th Street.

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Mayliewan

Mayliewan-Ozerna is in the north eastern part of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The two neighbourhoods are often referred to as one, even though the City of Edmonton formally divides them. The Mayliewan section has a population of 4,069.

Mayliewan-Ozerna is bordered on the east by 66th Street, on the west by 82nd Street on the south by 153rd Avenue and in the north by 167th Avenue. The western half is Mayliewan and the eastern half is Ozerna.. The dividing line is 73rd Street.

Housing in both areas consists mainly of single family homes. Nearly 97% of the dwellings in Mayliewan and 78% of those in Ozerna are so classified. Ozerna has 10% of its housing inventory made up of apartments in buildings of less than five stories and 12% in duplexes. Almost all residences in both areas, nearly 97% are owner occupied.

There is one school in the Mayliewan section, the Catholic St. John Bosco Elementary School. Ozerna has no schools within its borders. The closest shopping mall is Londonderry Mall, reached by taking 66th Street south.

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McLeod

McLeod is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The southern boundary is 144th Avenue, the northern 153rd Avenue and the east is 58th Street. 66th Street makes up the western edge.

Most of the housing was built during the 1960s and 1970s, with over 54% being constructed in the first of those two decades. Nearly 27% was built in the 1970s. Most of the remaining homes went up during the late 1980s. All of the homes are single family dwellings and 97% of them are occupied by their owners.

Four schools are in the neighbourhood. The Edmonton Public School System is represented by the McLeod Elementary School and Steele Heights Junior High School. The Catholic schools are St. Dominic Catholic Elementary School and J.J. Bowlen Catholic Junior High School. To the west in neighbouring Kilkenny is the M. E. Lazerte Composite High School.

Londonderry Mall, the Londonderry Arena and Londonderry Athletic Grounds, which includes a public swimming pool, can all be reached by taking 66th Street south.

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Miller

Located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the neighbourhood of Miller has an unusual triangular shape. It is formed by the Canadian National Railway right of way that forms the south eastern border along with Manning Drive. 153rd Avenue is the northern boundary and 50th Street edges the west.

It is a rather new area, with almost all development occurring after 1996. Almost 64% of the homes are single family dwellings. Duplexes make up 19% followed by apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories at 12%. Row houses make up the rest. 86% are owner occupied.

The Edmonton Police Service’s North Division offices are at 59th Street and 142nd Avenue near the southern end of the area. There are no schools in the neighbourhood, but Steele Junior High School and an elementary school, both part of the Edmonton Public School System and a Catholic school are just a few blocks west of 50th Street.

South east of Miller, the Clareview LRT station is within easy reach. From here residents can access the University of Alberta, the Commonwealth Stadium, Rexall Place, Edmonton Northlands and the city’s downtown core.

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Montrose

Montrose is located in north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The south west corner of the area is home to Rexall Centre, home ice for the Edmonton Oilers and the Edmonton Oil Kings hockey teams. The Russ Barnes Arena is also within the area’s borders.

The northern border is the Yellowhead Trail. The Canadian National Railway right of way and the Edmonton Transit System LRT line make up the western border. 58th Street is the eastern boundary and 118th Avenue is to the south. Wayne Gretzky Drive bisects the neighbourhood, offering access to points south of the North Saskatchewan River.

Construction began in the area before World War II with over 20% of the homes being built before 1946. Between 1946 and 1960 almost 45% of the residences went up. There was a gap in construction, with most of the remaining homes being completed in the 1980s.

Single family homes make up 78% of the housing inventory. 16% are apartments in buildings of less than fives stories. The remaining 6% are duplexes. Just over 61% are occupied by their owners. The area is considered mobile, with only 47% of the occupants staying at the same address for five years or more.

Two schools are in the area. The Montrose Elementary School is part of the Edmonton Public School System. The Ben Calf Robe St. Clare elementary Junior High School is a Catholic facility. The area is serviced by the Coliseum LRT station, located next to Rexall Place.

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Newton

Reverend William Newton arrived in Edmonton in 1875. The town of Newton, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada bears his name. The north is framed by the Yellowhead Trail, the south by 118th Avenue and the east by 50th Street. The western edge is 58th Street.

Development of Newton began before the end of World War II. Nearly 9% of the homes were built prior to that. Almost 46% of properties were built between 1946 and 1960. In the 1970s another 15% went up and another 18% in the 1980s. A few residences were completed in the 1990s.

The single family home makes up 88% of the housing market. About 7% are apartments and apartment style condominiums that are in buildings of less than five stories. The remaining homes are duplexes. 79% of the homes are occupied by their owners.

Two public schools service the area. One is the Newton Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System. The other is the St. Leo Catholic Elementary School.
Rexall Place and the Coliseum LRT Station are just to the west of the area. Abbottsfield Shoppers Village is to the east via 118th Avenue.

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Northmount

Northmount is part of the Dickinsfield district, located in north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The entire Dickensfield district is bordered on the south by 137th Avenue, on the east by 82nd Street, the north by 157th Avenue and the west by 97th Street. 144th Avenue splits the district in two. Northmount is on the southern end.

The entire Dickinsfield area, as well as a junior high school and an extended care living facility are named for Clennell Haggerston “Punch” Dickins. He was the very first pilot honoured in Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame.

Roughly 69% of the homes in Northmount are single family dwellings. Row houses make up about 20% of the housing inventory with low rise apartments in buildings of five stories of less making up the balance. Over half of the area’s homes are lived in by their owners.

Several schools service the area. Northmount Elementary and Dickensfield Junior High School, both part of the Edmonton Public School System and the St. Ann Catholic Elementary School are available. North Town Mall and Northwood Mall are in the south west corner of the neighbourhood.

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Overlanders

Overlanders is located in the Hermitage area of north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Victoria Trail frames the eastern edge and the Yellowhead Trail edges the south. The Kennedale Ravine makes a natural northern border. Half a block west of 11th Avenue is the western boundary. Heading north on Hermitage Road, the western boundary then follows Hooke Road and Homestead Crescent. Hermitage Road runs through the area.

Most housing construction occurred in the 1970s and the 1980s. Nearly 38% of homes were built in the 1970s with a further 38% in the following decade. A few were built prior to this, roughly 7% ,but most of the remaining inventory was built after 1990.

Apartments make up 43% of the housing inventory. Most of these are in low rise buildings with less than five stories. Row houses follow, making up 29% of the total. Single family homes make up 24%. The remaining homes are duplexes. Only 32% of homes are owner occupied. This makes this area highly mobile, with only 35% of residents staying at the same address for five years or more.

The Overlanders Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System is the only school in the area. The Edmonton Soccer Centre – East Division is located in the area.

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Ozerna

Mayliewan-Ozerna is located in the north eastern part of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The two neighbourhoods are often referred to as one entity, even though they have been formally and legally separated by the City of Edmonton. The Ozerna section has a population of 4,006.

The combined Mayliewan-Ozerna district is bordered on the east by 66th Street, on the west by 82nd Street and on the southern end by 153rd Avenue. The north is framed by 167th Avenue. The eastern half is Ozerna, the west is Mayliewan. 73rd Street is the dividing line.

Nearly 78% of homes in the Ozerna area are classified as single family homes. 10% of Ozerna’s housing inventory is apartments in buildings of less than five stories. Duplexes make up an additional 12% of the market. Almost all residences in both districts are owner occupied, almost 97%.

The Catholic St. John Bosco Elementary School is in the Mayliewan neighbourhood. The Ozerna area has no schools within its borders. The closest shopping mall is Londonderry Mall, reached following 66th Street to the south.

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Rundle Heights

Rundle Heights overlooks the North Saskatchewan River valley and is located in north eastern Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Robert Terrill Rundle, a Methodist missionary, is the area’s namesake. The area has close ties with the historic coal mining town of Beverly that was annexed to Edmonton in 1961.

The northern boundary is 118th Avenue. The western border is 34th Street (until you are south of 111th Avenue), then the western boundary continues on 36th Street. The Saskatchewan River valley frames the southern and eastern edges. The neighbourhoods surrounding the area are Abbottsfield in the north, Beacon Heights in the north west and Beverly Heights on the western edge.

Development in the area did not begin until the 1960s, with much of it completed in that decade and the 1970s. The area was considered complete in the 1980s. The Beverly Dump, once it outgrew its usefulness was reinvented as the site of the Rundle Golf Course and Rundle Park.

Two schools are in Rundle Heights. One is the Rundle Heights Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System. The other is the St. Jerome Catholic Elementary School. Shopping is available in nearby Abbottsfield Shopping Village to the north of the area.

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Schonsee

Located in the north east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada the recently created neighbourhood of Schonsee is just getting started. To the west is the Klavatten neighbourhood, to the south Mayliewan-Ozerna and to the East the McConachie Area.
The north borders on undeveloped rural land that is part of the city of Edmonton.

Its southern boundary is 167th Avenue, to the east is 66th Street and on the west is 50th Street. Though the setting is rural, residents have easy access to city amenities and resources. Shopping is available to the south at Namao Shopping Centre (the closest), North Town Mall, Northgate Centre and Londonderry Mall.

There are no schools in the neighbourhood as of yet, but there are several in the surrounding areas, such as the Scott Robertson Elementary School, Lago Lindo Elementary, Killarney Junior High School and the Queen Elizabeth Composite High School. Catholic schools are represented by Bishop Greschuk Elementary School, Cardinal Leger Junior High School and Archbishop O’Leary High School.

New housing developments are in the works, both for single family homes and condominiums. As of this writing there are no official occupancy statistics for the area.

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Sifton Park

Sifton Park is in the Clareview area of north east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The southern boundary backs onto the Kennedale Ravine. The northern border is 137th Avenue, the eastern is 40th Street and the western is 50th Street.

Most of the residences, almost 79% were built in the 1970s. Another 8% were built prior to that in the 1960s and the early 1980s produced almost 10% of the housing inventory. By 1990 the area was considered complete.

The rental apartment is the most commonly found type of housing. Almost 47% of homes are in apartments in buildings of less than five stories. Single family homes make up an additional 32% of homes, followed by row houses at 10%. Duplexes make up 9%. A small percentage, 3%, of the housing comes under the “other” category. Almost 59% of the homes are rentals.

One school services the area, the Sifton Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public School System. The Clareview LRT Station serves the area, being located just north of Sifton Park in neighbouring Clareview Campus. Clareview Shopping Centre is also nearby.

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Virginia Park

Virginia Park is located in the north east corner of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Saskatchewan River frames its southern border and Northlands Park is its northern edge. Wayne Gretzky Drive is on the eastern end. The western boundary gets interesting. It runs south along Borden Park on 78th Street, and then heads east along 112th Avenue. From there it veers south along 76th Street until it gets to the river valley.

The area was originally created prior to World War I, but over 75% of the homes were constructed after World War II. The majority of residences are apartments in buildings of less than five stories, followed by single family homes. Roughly 50% of homes in Virginia Park are owner occupied.

The area is known for being home to Concordia University College. Besides the college, the Concordia High School and Virginia Park Elementary School, part of the Edmonton Public System, are also in the area. Borden Park is a popular recreational area. Rexall Place is to the north via Wayne Gretzky Drive. Highlands and Riverside Golf Courses are to the south.

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York

York is located west of the Clareview district, on the north east section of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The northern border is 144th Avenue, the west is 66th Street and the east is framed by 50th Street. Manning Drive curves around the south east edge.

Roughly 80% of homes were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s. York is credited with having Edmonton’s first condominium complex. Over 70% of homes in the area are occupied by their owners. Average household incomes are slightly below average for the city of Edmonton.

The Edmonton Police Service’s North Division headquarters is just outside the neighbourhood’s eastern end, at 142nd and 50th Street. Londonderry Mall, a major shopping outlet, is conveniently close as well. It is south west of York in neighbouring Kildare. Just east of York is the Clareview LRT station which gives residents easy access to downtown Edmonton, Rexall Place, Commonwealth Stadium and the University of Alberta. This LRT station is an excellent park and ride locale.

A Catholic elementary school as well as the S. JJ Bowlen Catholic Junior High School are within the borders as is one Edmonton Public School System elementary school.

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