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Calgary City Centre Communities Statistics
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The Key value of the Calgary city centre Every Calgary city Centre Communities has a municipal redevelopment plan.
Detailed land use regulations are included in the redevelopment plan book.
From R-C1 to C-COR and higher density commercial land, including hotels, office buildings,
apartment buildings, etc. Land. Prices range from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars.
Proper investment is often unexpected. The return on investment in agricultural land is often surprisingly high.
The key is to find the right one with the potential. This is not luck.
Good use of the experience of professionals are often a magic weapon to win.

City Centre Communities Luxury Houses
This page shows you the most luxury properties (Single-Family homes, Attached/Semi-detached/ Rowhouses,  Apartments) in Calgary City Centre District.
House with Beautiful View
This page shows you the properties at different prices with special features: with back onto the park, lake, river, golf course, green space, river vire River Valley View, city view, mountain view, Ravine View Etc. 
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Lower Mount Royal
Scarboro
Montgonmery
Montgomery is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. Its boundaries are Shaganappi Trail to the east, 32nd Avenue and Market Mall to the north, and the Bow River to the south and west. Immediately across the river to the west is the community of Bowness, itself a town until being annexed by Calgary in 1964. Montgomery was originally established as a community in 1911. In 1943, it was renamed to Montgomery, named after Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, a celebrated British military leader who played an important role in WWI and WWII. On December 24, 1957, Montgomery incorporated as a town but changed to village status less than four months later on April 15, 1958. The village was eventually absorbed by the City of Calgary on August 15, 1963, via amalgamation. The community has an area redevelopment plan in place. Montgomery real estate includes a variety of older, well established single-family homes, brand new builds, duplexes, and condos. Home prices range from moderate to affordable depending on age and size. Due to the varying elevations, many homes in Montgomery have lovely views of the Bow River. AMENITIES The adjacent Shouldice Athletic Park features acreage along the Bow River with sports fields and ponds for outdoor skating. Montgomery also has an ice arena, pool, and backs onto Bowness Park with access to the pathway system. Other popular winter activities such as snowboarding, skiing, and ski jumping are available at the nearby Canada Olympic Park.
Mayland Heights
Mayland Heights was established in 1962 is a residential neighborhood in the north-east quadrant of Calgary. It is bounded by Barlow Trail to the east, Memorial Drive to the south, Deerfoot Trail to the west and Trans-Canada Highway to the north. The land was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910. The community has height-restricted for redevelopment  
Bowness
Bowness is a community district in west Calgary. It was an autonomous town until 1963 when it was amalgamated by Calgary. The neighborhood is bordered by the Bow River on the north and east, 16th Avenue on the south, and Stoney Trail on the west. Immediately over the river to the east lies the community of Montgomery, itself an autonomous town until Calgary amalgamated it in 1963. On the northwest end of the community is one of Calgary's most popular parks, Bowness Park. The park sits between the Bow River and a lagoon and is popular for picnics, summer sports, ice skating in the winter, and boating. It is also part of the city's large pedestrian pathway network. To the south-east, it is bordered by Edworthy Park. The community has an area redevelopment plan in place. Bownes's real estate ranges from lovely single-family homes on large lots, with a good selection of higher-priced waterfront properties, to older bungalows. Many of which are being nabbed up and completely renovated. There is also a selection of low-level condos and townhouses available. BOWNESS AMENITIES Bowness homes are close to several recreation facilities, including Bowness Park, Canada Olympic Park, Bowmont Park, Edworthy Park, Baker Park and several small parks within the community. Residents can go boating and picnicking in the summer and outdoor skating in the winter and have easy access to the pathway system The busy community association plans a number of events throughout the year. The community hall features a main room with the stage, sports fields, and outdoor rinks.
University Heights
University Heights is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located south of the University of Calgary, McMahon Stadium, the Alberta Children's Hospital, and Foothills Hospital. It is a relatively small neighborhood and is bounded to the north by 24 Avenue N, to the east by University Drive, to the south by 16 Avenue N (Trans-Canada Highway) and to the west by Shaganappi Trail. Stephen Harper, Canada's current Prime Minister, lived in this neighborhood while attending school in Calgary. University Heights was established in 1963 Real estate in University Heights includes single-family homes (many with apartments catering to students), townhouses and condos. UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS AMENITIES Residents have easy access to the North Hill recreational pathways, recreation facilities at Foothills Athletic Park, and the university. Homes in University Heights have located minutes from Confederation Golf Course, McMahon and Burns Stadiums.
Winston Heights
Winston Heights/Mountview is a residential neighborhood in the north-east quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by 32 Avenue to the north, the Nose Creek and Deerfoot Trail to the east, Trans-Canada Highway to the south and Edmonton Trail to the west. Fox Hollows and Elks golf course are developed at the eastern edge of the neighborhood. The neighborhood was established in 1932 and largely expanded in the 1950s. Whether it be a luxury home overlooking the Elks Golf Club, a moderately priced family home, or that starter you've been looking for - Winston Heights has something for everyone. The neighborhood also offers some maintenance-free townhouse units in well-kept complexes.
Windsor Park
West Hillhurst
West Hillhurst is a northwest neighborhood located in the inner suburbs of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The community, which is located west of Hillhurst, is bisected by Crowchild Trail. On the north, West Hillhurst is bordered by the communities of Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill and St. Andrew's Heights. Other boundaries are 18th Street W to the east, the Bow River to the south and 28th Street W to the west. Recent area revitalization has seen a tremendous redevelopment in Hillhurst, which given its proximity to downtown, the University & SAIT, and both the Foothills and new Children's Hospital, has made real estate in Hillhurst & West Hillhurst an attractive choice. Homes in Hillhurst includes large estate style real estate, low rise condos and penthouses, upscale duplexes, and restored heritage homes. HILLHURST AMENITIES Hillhurst residents are minutes to the University of Calgary, Foothills Medical Centre, C-Train station, shops, and restaurants. The Bow River pathway system is minutes away, and winter activities and mountain biking at Canada Olympic Park.
Upper Mount Royal
Tuxedo
Tuxedo Park is a residential neighbourhood in the north-east quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. The inner city community is bounded to the north by 32 Avenue N, by Edmonton Trail to the east, the Trans-Canada Highway to the south and 2 Street NW to the west. The community is bisected by Centre Street from north to south. Tuxedo was annexed by the city in 1910 and it was established as a neighbourhood in 1929. Many older homes in Tuxedo have been torn down and replaced by contemporary single family homes or condos. Some smaller bungalows can still be found on nice lots with large trees. Tuxedo homes have a great location, minutes from Centre Street shops and several local parks and the larger Mountview Park. TUXEDO AMENITIES The Tuxedo Park community centre and central park offers playground, ice rink, soccer field, ball diamond and is the source of several special events.
Sunnyside
Sunnyside is an innercity community in Calgary, Alberta located on the north side of the Bow River immediately adjacent to Calgary's downtown. The community partners with the neighboring community of Hillhurst to form the popular area known as Kensington. Kensington is a Business Revitalization Zone and the communities of Hillhurst and Sunnyside have an area redevelopment plan in place. Kensington has seen a revival over the past few years with a host of new residential development by local Calgary builders. Kensington by Bucci, St Johns by Streetside, and LIDO by Batistella will add over 20,000 sq.ft. of new street-level retail as well as approximately 240 residential condo-style homes to the neighborhood. Encompassed by the areas of Hillhurst and Sunnyside, Kensington is an active family-friendly area, abundant with amenities. Sunnyside runs from the north bank of the Bow River (Memorial Drive) to Crescent Road and M .C. Hugh Bluff Park in the north, and between 4th Street NW in the east to 10th Street NW in the west. Sunnyside real estate is a mix of older character homes, newer infills, and apartment-style condos. SUNNYSIDE AMENITIES Together with Hillhurst, Sunnyside encompasses the popular Kensington districts, which is made up of trendy cafes, shops & boutiques. Local recreation includes tennis courts, sports fields, gymnasium, Hillhurst Athletic Park, Riley Park, and the riverside pathways.
Sunalta
St Andrews Heights
St. Andrews Heights is a residential neighborhood in the North-West quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the North by Trans-Canada Highway, to the East by Crowchild Trail, to the south by Toronto Crescent and to the West by 29 Street. The Foothills Medical Centre occupies the North-Western corner of the community and McMahon Stadium and the Foothills Athletic Park borders to the NorthEast. The Bow River flows immediately South of the neighborhood. The area was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910 and St. Andrews Heights was established in 1953. Single-family homes in St. Andrews Heights are fairly upscale, with many of the older bungalows torn down and sold for their valuable property, or converted to rentals. Within walking distance of the foothills Hospital, the new Children's Hospital and the University of Calgary, St Andrew Heights is perfect for medical professionals and academics working at these facilities. ST. ANDREWS HEIGHTS AMENITIES Located only 4 km from downtown, St. Andrews Heights is close to restaurants and several shopping centres, including Market Mall. The community association is responsible for organizing events and sporting activities, and the neighborhood features tennis courts, basketball court, playground, skating rink, and a popular tobogganing hill.
South Calgary
Shaganappi
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