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  • Foreclosure/Judicial Sale Commercial Real Estate

    Search for Bank Owned Commercial Properties for Sale and Lease. Browse all of Samcheng.ca's Bank Owned Property listings and other Commercial Real Estate including Land, Multifamily Apartments, Retail and Office Buildings, Industrial Property, Hotels and Motels, Shopping Centers and much more. And usually, there are many sources to find all different kinds of commercial properties. Consult with Sm Cheng, and we will finalize good search criteria to achieve your goals.

  • Alberta Agri-Business for Sale

    Agricultural business, also known as agribusiness, is the farming, management, production, and marketing of agricultural commodities, such as livestock and crops. The agricultural business field includes resource management, farming, conservation, ranching, and sales.

  • Hotels or Motels For Sale

    Invest in Motels and Hotels in Alberta, You need to know the occupation and vacancy rates, conditions, etc. Consult Sam Cheng

    and we can help you to find a hotel or motel with positive income.  

     

  • Various retail stores/Shopping centre for rent or sale
    Retail commercial real estate
    Retail properties generally range from individual shops to large neighborhood Calgary Retail commercial real estate and may offer several cross-sell opportunities by including various non-competing businesses, sometimes complemented by an anchor store. Larger centers often include "pad sites" typically occupied by banks and fast-food operations. Retail properties are typically non-owner occupied and may be utilized for income, tax relief, and appreciation. You should consult with your tax/financial advisor about specific tax and financial advice.
  • Various office Space / Various office buildings for rent or salebuildings for rent or sale
  • Industrial Space for Lease/Sale

    Are looking to buy or lease an industrial property, Sam Cheng can help you to find a great property with his professional service.

  • Apartment Buildings for Sale

    Calgary Multi-Unit Commercial Real Estate

    As residential Calgary Multi-Unit revenue income properties, apartments are designed to be leased or sold to multiple tenants for habitation. These commercial sites range from a small condominium to large apartment complexes. Properties are typically non-owner occupied and may offer the opportunity to be a source of cash flow, tax benefits, appreciation, and capital accumulation.

  • All kinds of Business

    Buying a business can be the perfect path to entrepreneurship or the next step in your growth strategy. Sam Cheng can help you to find the right business with his professional service. If you want to be your own boss, please consult with Sam Cheng today.

  • Farmland / Agricultural Use / Residential/Commercial

    Bighorn County West Calgary, from the border of Cochrane (Ice cream barley) to Canmore and Banff. The land in this place is mostly in mountains and forests, with mountains and water, which is ideal for recreational business development. Summer cabin, etc. The small village of Harvie Heights, Deadman's Flat, Curved Lake and Exshaw, and the settlement of Kananaskis are located in the Bow River Valley. The area is dominated by the Bow River and has major east-west transportation corridors. These include the Trans-Canada Highway and CP Railway, as well as gas and power lines. Important high-quality limestone, shale, and sandstone formations are mined and processed into cement and lime products. Magnesite is also processed in the arched corridor. These products are important regionally and nationally. In addition, TransAlta operates important hydropower facilities.

    The local wildlife bow gallery watershed is an important location for fish spawning, 
    bird migration, wildlife habitat and active corridors of many species found in the front of
    the Rocky Mountains. The area is the link between Kananaskis Country and Banff National
    Park. The area is not only a gateway to major leisure and tourist attractions, but also rich
    in resources. The ranch is mainly composed of open pastures and ranches, and dense forest
    terrain. It also contains significant natural gas reserves, associated collection and
    processing facilities, and some guest ranches. Benchlands is the only Hamlet in Ranchlands. The quality of life of the inhabitants is linked to health, the countryside, the natural
    environment and robustness.
    Foothills County is a rural municipality located near and south of Calgary.
    Piedmont County is located on the sunny foothills of southern Alberta.
    It covers an area of ​​approximately 3,600 square kilometers and is surrounded by
    the towns of Okotoks, the High River, the Tuner Valley and the Black Dimond, Longview
    and the Eden Valley. Valley Indian Reservation. Population: According to the 2016 census,
    22,766 people live in Shanlu County. Piedmont County provides many services directly or in
    conjunction with other municipalities to Hamlet residents of rural areas and Aldersyde,
    Blackie, Cayley, De Winton, Hartell, Heritage Pointe, Millarville, Naptha, Priddis and Priddis
    Greens. These services include general affairs management, road construction and
    maintenance, fire protection, ambulance services, waste disposal, planning and
    development management, agricultural services, recreation and parks, home and
    community support services, and enforcement of regulations. Water services are
    provided in the small villages of Aldersyde, Blackie and Cayley, and wastewater services
    are provided in the small villages of Blackie and Cayley. Shanlu County staff is responsible
    for the management of the Shanlu District Committee.
    Rockyview County Rockyview covers a vast area. The east, north, and west of the city are
    tightly wrapped by Rockyview, and Foothills County to the south. Whether Rockyview,
    foothills or Wheatland county are flat, plus abundant water, it is very suitable for farming
    and animal husbandry. development of.
    Vulcan The Canadian government introduced Act C-45, the Cannabis Act, to legalize
    recreational marijuana in Canada. Marijuana came into effect on October 17, 2018.
    Vulcan County complies with Alberta's standards for regulating cannabis consumption.
    Alberta's Cannabis Framework is available here. We will continue to monitor activities
    in the county and interact with the public on everything from cannabis production to sales
    to consumption.
    Wheatland County has 8,788 residents. The county borders Rocky View County to the west,
    Vulcan County and Siksika Nation to the south, and Newell County to the east and special
    Area 2 borders Special Areas 2 and to the north borders Kneehill County and the town of
    Drumheller. The natural beauty of the prairie is found in all areas of Whitland County. From
    the gold fields near the standard to the northeast wasteland to the tranquility of the
    Bow River near Karlsland. Wheatland is an ideal combination of rural and urban lifestyles,
    adjacent to Calgary, the fastest growing city in Canada's most active province.
    The continued growth and development of agribusiness, oil and gas, and manufacturing
    industries will increase entrepreneurial prospects.


Calgary City Centre Communities

  • Calgary City Centre Communities Statistics
    This Page gives you the most updated market statistics.
    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. 

  • New properties for quick possession
  • 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
  • Scarboro / Sunalta west
  • Roxboro
  • Rosemont

    Rosemont is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by Northmount Drive to the north, by Cambrian Drive to the east, by 23 Avenue N and the Confederation Park to the south and by 14 Street W to the west. The lands were annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910, and the neighborhood was established in 1958. 

    Rosemont real estate consists mainly of older single-family bungalows. Many have been completely renovated, and others remain as excellent investment possibilities, awaiting your creative touches.

    ROSEMONT AMENITIES Residents are close to pathway trails, the Rosemont Community Centre and outdoor rink, several parks, and the Confederation Park and Golf Course, is a golf cart ride away. Schools and public transit are nearby and downtown is 10 minutes away.

  • Rosedale

    Rosedale is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located south of the Trans-Canada Highway, between 4th and 10th Street NW. To the south, it is bounded by McHugh Bluff Parkland the community of Sunnyside.

    Rosedale homes start over $500,000 and range upwards in price to over $4-million for homes on Crescent Road, which runs along the ridge overlooking downtown Calgary. Rosedale condos are moderately priced.

    ROSEDALE AMENITIES

    The area is close to downtown and to both the University of Calgary and the Foothills Hospital. The Rosedale community has public schools as well as convenient access to nearby shopping. The LRT, McHugh Bluff Park, Confederation Park, Bow River park and pathway system are all close to Rosedale homes.

  • Rideau Park
  • Richmond
  • Renfrew

    Renfrew is a residential neighborhood in the north-east quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located south of the Trans-Canada Highway, and north of the inner city community of Bridgeland. To the east, it is bordered by the Nose Hill Creek and the Deerfoot Trail and is separated from Crescent Heights to the west by Edmonton Trail. It is represented in the Calgary City Council by the Ward 9 councilor.

    The area consists mainly of residences with no major commercial or industrial facilities. There are some small businesses located along Edmonton Trail and 16th Avenue. There are no emergency health care facilities in the district, though several physicians' offices have been established, and the Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission does have a treatment facility established in the neighborhood.

    Real estate in Renfrew is characterized by older single-family homes from the '50s and up, modern re-builds, luxury attached homes, and several condominiums. Regal Terrace homes are best sought out for incredible Bow River Valley views.

    RENFREW AMENITIES

    Edmonton Trail to the west offers quick access to downtown, and the Trans-Canada Highway to the north is conveniently located for those weekend jaunts to Banff.

    For recreation, residents are just minutes from Bow River and Nose Creek pathway systems, and the Renfrew Athletic Park with its many sports fields, and playground. Also close by is a swimming pool, indoor and outdoor skating rinks, and the Elks Golf Club.

  • Ramsey
  • Parkhill
  • Parkdale

    Parkdale is a neighborhood in the city of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by 28 Street NW to the east, Foothills Hospital to the north, Shaganappi Trail NW to the west and the Bow River on the south. It was constructed as a post-World War II suburb but is now an inner-city neighborhood.

    Parkdale real estate offers a nice mix of mid to high-end single-family detached homes, low-rise condos and townhouses. Townhomes such as, "The Madison", were built in 2010 and are located just steps from the river and pathway, with quick access to downtown.

    PARKDALE AMENITIES

    Parkdale homes have a great location close to the beautiful Bow River walking trails, as well as being minutes from downtown. The community has its own little collection of restaurants and shops and is close to Foothills Athletic Park, pools and skating.

  • Mount Pleasant

    Mount Pleasant is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located immediately north from the Trans-Canada Highway and the community of Rosedale. To the north and west, it is bounded by the Confederation Park.

    Homes in Mount Pleasant offer a good variety of high-end modern re-builds and restored heritage houses. Several lots overlook small neighborhood parks or the larger Confederation Park.

    MOUNT PLEASANT AMENITIES

    Mount Pleasant homes are close to SAIT, McMahon Stadium, the U of C and Foothills Hospital. Downtown is just 4 km via 10th Street. Residents have several nearby recreation areas, including Confederation Park, Nose Creek, and the Bow River pathways. The local Sportsplex features skating and hockey, indoor and outdoor pools

  • Mission
  • Meadowlark park

    Meadowlark Park is located in southwest Calgary near the intersection of Glenmore Trail and Elbow Drive. It was annexed to the City of Calgary during the late 1950s and developed around the same time. Approximately half of the community, the area west of 5th Street, has residential developments along curvilinear streets. The area east of 5th Street, however, has commercial developments – mainly Chinook Shopping Centre. Both Elbow Drive and MacLeod Trail provide direct access to the Downtown, which is approximately 6 kilometers north of the community.

  • Mayfair
  • Killarney
  • Inglewood
  • Housefield Heights/Briar Hill

    Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill is an inner suburban neighbourhood in northwest Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Located north of the Hillhurst and West Hillhurst communities, the boundaries of the district are 16th Avenue N (Trans-Canada Highway)to the north; 14th Street W to the east; Lane north of 7th Avenue N to 19th Street W and 8th Avenue N to the south; and Crowchild Trail, 12th Avenue N, Juniper Road, and 22nd Street W to the west.Lions Park C-Train station is located within the community. The community is built on an escarpment and is popular for its views of downtown to the south and the Rocky Mountains to the west.

    Briar Hill real estate features upscale single family homes and condos that include both low and high rise apartment style units, as well as townhouses. Homes sit on immaculate properties with mature trees and shrubs in this quiet, established neighbourhood boasting stunning views of the Rocky Mountains and downtown skyline.

    BRIAR HILL AMENITIES

    Briar Hill is close to several small parks, Nose Hill Park and the Bow River. The new community centre offers several sports program in the gym and outdoor skating rink.

  • Hillhurst

    Hillhurst is a northwest neighbourhood located within the inner city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The boundaries of the community include 8th Avenue N and 16th Avenue N to the north, 10th Street W to the east, the Bow River to the south and both 14th Street W and 18th Street W to the west.

    Most of the popular Kensington Business Revitalization Zone (BRZ) resides within the Hillhurst community, and it borders the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology grounds to the north-east. The community has 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.

    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.

  • Highwood

    Highwood is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. it is bounded to the north by McKnight Boulevard, to the east by 4 Street W, to the south by 40 Avenue N and to the west by John Laurie Boulevard. Nose Hill Park is located west of the community.  Highwood was established in 1954.

  • Highland Park

    Highland Park is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by McKnight Boulevard, to the east by Edmonton Trail, to the south by 32 Avenue N and to the west by 4 Street W. Confederation Park and Nose Hill Park are located in close proximity. The Queens Park Cemetery occupies the south-western corner of the neighborhood, and the Highland golf course is developed in the north. The land was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910 and Highland Park was established in 1946. 

    Most Highland Park real estate consists of single-family homes, from small bungalows to large contemporary re-builds. There is also a recently built modern low-rise condo.

  • Greenview

    Greenview is a residential neighborhood in the northeast quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by 64 Avenue N, to the east by Deerfoot Trail, to the south by McKnight Boulevard and Edmonton Trail and to the west by 14 Street W.

  • Garrison Wood

    GARRISON WOODS COMMUNITY BACKGROUND

    Garrison Woods provides an eclectic mix of housing types and services to meet the growing demand for urban lifestyles. The community of Garrison Woods used to be military housing for Canadian Forces Base Calgary (CFB Calgary) but was transformed into an award-winning community completed in 2004. Garrison Woods’s homes are a mix of high, medium and low-density residences combining modern amenities and historical architecture.

    Garrison Green is in close driving distance to the University of Calgary and within walking distance to Mount Royal College.

     

  • Erlton

    Erlton is an inner-city residential neighborhood in the south-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by the Elbow River to the north and west, by Spiller Road to the east and by Mission Road to the south. Macleod Trail bisects the neighborhood from north to south. The neighborhood is represented by the Erlton Community Association.

  • Elboya

    Elboya is a residential neighbourhood in the south-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by the Elbow River to the north, 4th Street SW / 45 Avenue SW / Macleod Trail to the east, 50 Avenue S to the south and Elbow Drive to the west. Stanley Park borders the community to the northeast.

  • Elbow Park

    Elbow Park is an affluent residential neighborhood in the south-west quadrant of CalgaryAlberta. It is one of the oldest and wealthiest communities in the city. It is bordered to the south and east by Elbow River, to the east by Elbow Drive, to the north by Council Way and to the west by 14 Street W.

     

  • Crescent Heights

     

    Crescent Heights is a neighbourhood (formerly its own village) in the northwest and northeast quadrants of Calgary, Alberta. It is located in the inner city, immediately north from Downtown. It is bounded to the north by theTrans-Canada Highway, on the east by Edmonton Trail, on the west by 4th Street NW, and to the south by Memorial Drive and the Bow River. Crescent Heights was originally incorporated as a village on May 1, 1908. It was subsequently annexed by the City of Calgary in 1911 and established as a neighbourhood in 1914. The community has an area redevelopment plan in place. The neighbourhood is bisected by Centre Street North, which runs north-south through the community and offers quick access into the downtown area. Technically part of Crescent Heights is in NW Calgary and part in NE Calgary, but the community is considered a "NW Community" by the Calgary Real Estate Board *CREB*. Crescent Heights single family homes are primarily detached, with many of the lots zoned R2. Homes are moderately priced and extend into the millions for the choice properties with the incredible views of downtown Calgary. Crescent Heights condos include a mix of both low & high rise apartment style units, as well as townhouses.

    CRESCENT HEIGHTS AMENITIES

    Crescent Heights has sports fields, tennis courts and an outdoor skating rink, and proximity to Prince's Island Park, the Bow River pathway system, and West Nose Creek Park. Homes in Crescent Heights are close to several shops and restaurants, and major roads such as Edmonton Trail that lead to downtown.

  • Cliff Bungalow

    Cliff Bungalow is a City centre residential neighborhood in the south-west quadrant of CalgaryAlberta. Centered along 5 Street SW, it is bordered by Elbow River to the south, by Uptown 17th Avenue to the north and by Fourth Street to the east.

    The area was gradually annexed to the City of Calgary between 1906 and 1912. Cliff Bungalow was established in 1907 and it was re-zoned in 1935 to allow for the higher density of residential buildings.

  • Capital Hill

    Capitol Hill is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located immediately north of the Trans-Canada Highway, and is bisected by 14th Street West. The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and the North Hill shopping center are located south of the community. To the north it is bounded by the Confederation Park. Capitol Hill was established in 1948, but contains buildings as old as 1910. Most of the community was built in the 1950s. Capitol Hill real estate includes a variety of upscale and moderately priced homes, with the lower prices to be found the closer you get to 16 Avenue. Luxury homes at Castle on the Ridge approach Confederation Park. For those seeking an investment property, Capitol Hill homes make popular rentals due to the high student population resulting from close proximity to the University.

    CAPITOL HILL AMENITIES

    Homes in Capitol Hill boast a convenient location close to the University of Calgary, SAIT, North Hill Mall and local schools. Major roads such as 10th and 16th Avenue make for quick commutes to the city and weekend getaways to the Rockies.

    Local recreation areas include Foothills Athletic Park, Confederation Park, and McMahon Stadium.

  • Cambrian Heights

    Cambrian Heights is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located immediately south-east from Nose Hill Park, east of 14th Street NW and south of John Laurie Boulevard.

    Development here started in the late 1950's, and Cambrian Heights real estate consists almost entirely of single-family homes of the early 60's period. Most homes have been completely renovated and modernized, resulting in some choice listings in Cambrian Heights. 

    CAMBRIAN HEIGHTS AMENITIES

    Homes in Cambrian Heights are ideally located just minutes from the downtown core, Nose Hill Park, and several walking paths. A great place for families, Cambrian Heights residents has use of a community centre, sports fields, and skating rink.

  • Britiannia

    Britannia is a residential neighborhood in the south-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is bounded by Elbow Drive to the east, 50 Avenue S to the south, Elbow River and Riverdale Park to the west and Britannia Drive to the north.

  • Bridgeand

     

    The neighbourhood of Bridgeland-Riverside (formerly known as "Bridgeland" and "Germantown") of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is located to the immediate northeast of downtown Calgary. It is bounded to the south by the Bow River, to the east by Deerfoot Trail, to the west by Edmonton Trail and to the north by the community of Renfrew.

    Omatsuri Festival in Bridgeland

    The community is primarily residential with a mix of parkside condominiums and single-family houses. Bridgeland contains a variety of restaurants, food markets, retail shopping, offices, financial services, churches and schools. The Calgary Zoo, Telus Spark, The Bridges urban renewal development and access to the city's large network of pedestrian pathways (theBow River pathway) and parks are unique focal points for the community and surrounding region.

    Bridgeland borders a natural environment composed of the confluence of the Bow River and Elbow River. Tom Campbell's Hill park lies on the eastern edge of Bridgeland and overlooks the downtown, Bow River and northeastern part of the city. St. Patrick's Island and St. George's Island lie in the southern part of Bridgeland. St. George's Island is home to the Calgary Zoo, Canada's second largest zoo.

    Bridgeland is the site of the Telus Spark, a $160-million facility that opened on October 29, 2011 and Canada’s first purpose-built science centre in more than 25 years.

    A recent redevelopment plan with upscale condos & townhouses has transformed this area into a thriving community. Bridgeland also has a large selection of single-family homes.

    While some believe the building of the Langevin Bridge in 1885 was where the name came from, Bridgeland actually was named after the company Dominion Bridge Company, which operated and employed many Calgarians at the time. Back then Bridgeland was a red-light district that wasn't part of Calgary. The old General Hospital, which was opened in 1910 and demolished in the 1998, is now the site of a large condo development (The Bridges).

    BRIDGELAND AMENITIES

    Bridgeland is a pedestrian-friendly community that was recently listed as one of "Calgary's five most livable neighbourhoods" in Fast Forward Weekly Magazine. The southern portion of Bridgeland is full of shops and labeled "Little Italy" due to its many wonderful Italian restaurants. Also, nearby is St. Patrick's Island, Calgary Zoo, and several sports and recreation facilities.

  • Beltline

    The Beltline is a region of central Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The area is located immediately to the south of Calgary's downtown (south of 9th Avenue and the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks) and is sometimes considered part of downtown. The neighborhood is bounded on the south by 17th Avenue, on the west by 14th Street West and on the east by the Elbow River. The Beltline is one of Calgary's most densely populated neighborhoods as well as the most urban, featuring many apartments, condominiums, and offices. It has the reputation of being one of Calgary's primary areas for eclectic night-life, restaurants, and urban culture.

  • Bel - Aire

    Bel-Aire is located in Calgary’s southwest, just east of where the Glenmore Reservoir is drained by the Elbow River. The original Glenmore Dam is located beside the bank of land where Bel-Aire is situated. This community was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1954 and substantial development occurred in approximately 1960. Views of the City, the Glenmore Reservoir, the Elbow River Valley, and the Rocky Mountains are enjoyed in Bel-Aire. The many open spaces in the area, including Lincoln Park, Glenmore Reservoir, and the pathway provide Bel-Aire residents with many recreational opportunities. The Downtown is located approximately 6 kilometres north of Bel-Aire, along Elbow Drive.Bel-Aire is a wealthy residential neighbourhood in the south-west quadrant of Calgary. The Calgary Country Club golf course makes up its northern boundary.

     

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  • Banff Trail

    Banff Trail is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located north-east of the intersection of Crowchild Trail and Trans-Canada Highway, east of McMahon Stadium and the University of Calgary. The Banff Trail station of the C-train LRT system serves the community, which contains a large motel village in the south-west corner. It is named for the town of Banff, which in turn takes its name from Banffshire, Scotland. The adjoining Highway 1 connects the city of Calgary to Banff and Banff National Park. The community has an area redevelopment plan in place. Banff Trail is one of the oldest residential districts in the city and is an ideal choice for those looking for a restored heritage home. Banff Trail real estate is mid-priced to high, and the homes are immaculate showing true pride of ownership.

    BANFF TRAIL AMENITIES

    Banff Trail residents are close-knit and big on planning events that have been repeated for years. The community has two skating rinks, a baseball diamond, proximity to the North Hill Pathways leading to Nose Creek, and Canmore Park and Foothills Athletic Park are also closeby.

  • Alyth/Bonnybrook

    Alyth/Bonnybrook is a predominantly industrial and subordinately residential neighborhood in the southeast quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. Alyth is located south of Inglewood, while Manchester lies east of Macleod Trail and south of 34 Avenue S 

  • Altadore

    Altadore is a residential neighborhood in the inner-city portion of the southwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located between 14 Street and Crowchild Trail, south of the neighborhood of South Calgary. It is bordered by the Elbow River and the River Park to the southeast.

    Altadore was named one of Calgary's best neighborhoods in 2010 for its proximity to River Park, one of Calgary's best parks on the Elbow River, and Marda Loop, the largest and busiest outdoor shopping area in Calgary, and for having a vibrant party and cultural scene. The Marda Loop Business Revitalization Zone is located within the community, along 33 and 34 Avenues SW. The neighborhood is experiencing a gentrification process with many high-end, luxury semi-detached homes built in the last ten years, favored by trendy, young professionals and families.

Luxury Houses Market

  • Luxury House on Acreages

    In this page, you can find acreages' properties in Rockyview County and Foothills County 

    Rocky View County: There are many communities in this county that have specific plans, and some communities are nearing completion and developed.
    These districts are well known-Airdrie / Balzac. Chestermere / Conrich, Elbow Valley, Springbank, and also Bragg Creek, Cochrane, Cochrane Lake, Delacour (country hill east), Indus, Langdon, Kathyrn / Keoma. It is understood that in addition to Airdrie intensive development, Balzac industrial and commercial development, Langdon residential and related business planning development,
    Springbank, Bearspaw, Chestermere, Conrich, Elbow Valley residential planning density is much lower. Within a minute's drive, most of the homes are relatively sparse, and their privacy and landscape are ideal.
    Therefore, many large private custom homes are built in these areas. When applying for modification of land use, development, and building permits, experienced related consulting service companies are required to provide relevant services to determine the investment direction.

    Foothill County: It is located in the southeast of the city with the 22X highway as the boundary to Range Rd 261, and the west boundary is Highway 762, which is mostly agricultural land. In the county district of Foothills County, we have the well-known High River, Okotoks, Black Diamond, Turner Valley. (These four small towns are mainly high-density houses, most of which are detached houses, townhouses, and a few apartment buildings. ). Heritage Pointe, DeWinton, Red Deer Lake, Priddis Green are mainly low-density manor houses. Other areas include DeWinton, Nanton, Cayley, Longview. Many other townships are mostly agricultural land. Planning takes a long time. Most of the luxury homes are concentrated in the Red Deer Lake,
    Priddis area, mainly in the ring city expressway, which belongs to
    the fringe area of ​​Calgary and most of them are large houses,
    hundreds of acres or even hundreds of acres. The price was mainly affected
    by the economic benefits, geographical location, environment,
    living facilities, public security conditions, demand, and the potential and
    returns that could be developed at that time.

  • Luxury Semi-Detached, Attached Row-Houses
  • Luxury Apartment Units
  • Luxury Detached

North District

NW District

  • Northwest District Statistics

    This Page gives you the most updated market statistics.

  • Luxury Houses
  • House with Beautiful View

    Features with back onto the park, lake, river, golf course, green space, river vire River Valley View, city view, mountain view, Ravine View Etc. 

  • New properties for quick possession
  • University District/ University of Calgary
  • University Heights
  • Varsity

    Varsity is an established neighborhood in the Northwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It was developed in the 1960s and early 1970s on a plateau to the north of the Bow River valley and is primarily composed of Single-detached dwellings on wide lots. The neighborhood comprises three major areas: Varsity AcresVarsity Village, and Varsity Estates. Varsity is bounded on the north and east by Crowchild Trail, on the west by the Bow River, and on the south by 32nd Avenue NW. It borders the neighborhoods of Silver Springs and Bowness on the west side, and both Montgomery and the University of Calgary campus on the south side. The easternmost portion of Varsity contains the University of Calgary Research Park.

    Varsity Acres is a mature neighborhood dating back to the '60s and '70s, with well kept single-family homes in quiet streets. Many of which feature rear lanes, designed to separate pedestrians from vehicular traffic.

    Varsity Village contains some single-family homes, but real estate here mainly consists of townhouses and lowrise and apartment-style condos.

    Especially with close proximity to the University of Calgary, Varsity Village is a great choice for investors seeking rental properties.

    Many homes and parks in Varsity Estates offer unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains Canada Olympic Park to the west, as well as the Bow River Valley to the south.

    Varsity Estate homes range from about $500,000 and up. Varsity Estate condos are typically townhouses, starting from the low $300,000's

     

    VARSITY ACRES AMENITIES

    Varsity is located close to the market mall, local parks, Bowmont Park Natural Area, and is just north of the Alberta Children's Hospital and the University of Calgary. Crowchild Trail borders Varsity to the north and east, providing quick access to most conveniences.

    The active community association organizes dozens of events and activities, and the Varsity neighborhood has several sports fields, tennis courts, and outdoor skating and hockey rinks

  • Tuscany

    Tuscany is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the western edge of the city, and is bounded to the north by Crowchild Trail, to the east by Stoney Trail, Bearspaw Dam Road to the south and Twelve Mile Coulee Road and the recently annexed community of Lynx Ridge and the rural acreages of Bearspaw to the west. Tuscany was established in 1994 and it was named for the region of Tuscany, Italy.

    Tuscany features homes by BaywestBeattieCardelCedarglenDaVinciHeartlandMacCary,NuStarRavenview and Shane, with prices ranging from mid to high-end.

    Don't miss current listings from the nearby communities of Rocky Ridge RanchRoyal Oak, and Lynx Ridge.

    TUSCANY AMENITIES

    Tuscany residents are just minutes from the Bowmont Park Natural Area, the Bow River, Canada Olympic Park and Nose Hill Park.

    TUSCANY SCHOOLS

    Schools in Tuscany and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Marion Carson
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • Tuscany (K-4)
    • St. Basil (Separate)
    • St. Sylvester (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Fr) (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • F. E. Osborne
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Basil (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Fr) (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Bowness
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Silver Springs

    Silver Springs is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Crowchild Trail, to the east by Sarcee Trail, to the south by the Bow River and to the west by Nose Hill Drive. The Silver Springs golf course is developed in the eastern part of the community, and the Bowmont Natural Area borders the community to the south. Silver Springs was developed between 1972 and 1980. 

    Silver Springs real estate consists mainly of moderately priced single family homes and some townhouses. This is a popular family neighbourhood with ample green space and quiet cul-de-sacs.

    SILVER SPRINGS AMENITIES

    There are no shortages of recreation opportunities in Silver Springs - residents can choose from soccer, baseball, basketball courts, swimming pool, various types of fitness classes, two skating rinks and several local parks. The Bowmont Natural area is located steps from the community, as is the Silver Springs Golf Course.

    SILVER SPRINGS SCHOOLS

    Schools in Silver Springs and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Silver Springs
    • W. O. Mitchell
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • St. Sylvester (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Montgomery
    • Branton (Fr)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)
    • St. Vincent de Paul (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Bowness
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Scenic Acres

    Scenic Acres is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Crowchild Trail, to the east by Nose Hill Drive, to the west by Stoney Trail and to the south by Nose Hill Drive.

    The area was annexed by the City of Calgary in the 1960s, and the neighbourhood was established in 1981.

  • Royal Oak

    Royal Oak is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located close to the north-western edge of the city and is bounded to the north by Country Hills Boulevard, to the east by Stoney Trail, to the south by Crowchild Trail and to the west by Rocky Ridge Road. Royal Oak is located near Rocky Ridge, Calgary The land was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1989 (from the Municipal District of Rocky View), and Royal Oak was established in 1998.

    Construction in Royal Oak began in the mid-1990's, and today offers a mix of single family homes as well as condos & townhouses. Most of the homes in Royal Oak were built by AviCedarglenJayman,MapelandStepper Homes & Sterling.

    Royal Oak houses range from mid to high end, and condos, townhouses and duplexes are also available. Homes in Royal Oak Estates sit on a ridge overlooking the downtown and Rocky Mountains.

    You might also be interested in current listings from the nearby communities of Rocky Ridge Ranch &Tuscany.

    ROYAL OAK AMENITIES

    Royal Oak residents are close to the LRT, Royal Oak Shopping Centre and the pathway system. The neighbourhood offers a large clubhouse with playground, pond with paddle boats, tennis courts and a beach volleyball court.

    ROYAL OAK SCHOOLS

    Schools in Royal Oak and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Belevdere-Parkway
    • Banff Trail (Fr)
    • St. Dominic (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)
    • St. Sylvester (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Simons Fraser
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Bowness
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Rocky Ridge Ranch

    Rocky Ridge is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the western edge of the city, and is bounded to the north by Country Hills Boulevard, to the east by Rocky Ridge Road, to the south by Crowchild Trail and to the west by Twelve Mile Coulee Road. The land was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1989 (from the Municipal District of Rocky View), and Rocky Ridge was established in 1998. 

    Rocky Ridge Ranch offers both single family homes and condos (townhouses). Prices for a Rocky Ridge Ranch home range from the moderate to high end. Rocky Ridge Ranch condos start under $300,000. Neighbouring communities that might also be of interest include Lynx Ridge, Tuscany, and Royal Oak.

    ROCKY RIDGE RANCH AMENITIES

    Rocky Ridge features a modern 3,000 square foot clubhouse, pond (doubles as an ice rink in the winter), playground, beach volleyball court, tennis courts and tot lots.

    ROCKY RIDGE RANCH SCHOOLS

    Schools in Rocky Ridge Ranch and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Simon Fraser
    • Royal Oak
    • Banff Trail (Fr)
    • St. Dominic (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)
    • St. Sylvester (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Simons Fraser
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Bowness
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Ranchland

    Ranchlands and Ranchland Estate is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by John Laurie Boulevard, to the east by Sarcee Trail, to the south by Crowchild Trail and to the west by Nose Hill Drive. The area was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1961 and Ranchlands was established in 1977.

    Homes in Ranchlands consists mainly of single-family and some condominiums. Residents enjoy stunning mountain and downtown views. Houses in Ranchlands Estates back onto acres of greenspace.

    RANCHLAND AMENITIES

    Residents are located minutes from the Ranchlands Community Park, Ranchero Park, Nose Hill Park plus several smaller neighbourhood parks. Also in the community are tennis courts, off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, outdoor skating rink, and sports fields.

    Crowchild Trail borders the community to the south providing a direct route to many conveniences, including downtown Calgary and the Trans-Canada Highway. Residents also take advantage of the nearby Crowfoot C-Train Station, YMCA, and Crowfoot Crossing Shopping Centre, with over 200 stores, a movie theatre and restaurants.

    RANCHLANDS SCHOOLS

    Schools in Ranchlands and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Ranchlands
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • St. Rita (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • H.D. Cartwright
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Lynx Ridge

    Lynx Ridge is a residential subdivision in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the extreme western edge of the city, bordered on the east by Twelve Mile Coulee Road and to the south by the Bow River. Its northern and western boundaries are the city limits and rural residential development within the area of Bearspaw. The subdivision covers 88 hectares and the Lynx Ridge Golf Club winds its way through the neighbourhood. The subdivision was established in the Municipal District of Rocky View in the late-1990s/early-2000s, and was annexed into the City of Calgary on January 1, 2005.

    To get to Lynx Ridge, take 12 Mile Coulee Road south from Crowchild to Lynx Ridge Estates. Many of the homes in Lynx Ridge back right on the the golf course and feature gorgeous mountain views.

    LYNX RIDGE GOLF CLUB

    Lynx Ridge is a Bill Newis design and measures 6,826 yards and par 71. Challenging for even the most seasoned golfer, the course offers 5 tee boxes to accommodate all levels of players. The front nine, or "The Ridge," features plenty of hills and valleys. Have fun shooting over the trout pond on the 8th hole.

    "The Meadows," or the back nine, replaces the elevation changes with long shots, bunkers and water hazards.

    LYNX RIDGE SCHOOLS

    Schools in Lynx Ridge and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Marion Carson
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • Tuscany (K-4)
    • St. Basil (Separate)
    • Holy Spirit (Separate)
    • St. Sylvester (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Fr) (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Basil (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Fr) (Separate)
    • St. Timothy (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Bowness
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
    • St. Timothy (Separate)
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  • Hawkwood

    Hawkwood is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Country Hills Boulevard, to the east by Sarcee Trail, to the south by John Laurie Boulevard and to the west by Nose Hill Drive. Hawkwood was established in 1981.

    Hawkwood homes include a variety of upscale and moderately priced single family dwellings, and some townhouses. This area offers lovely mountain and city views.

    AMENITIES

    Hawkwood residents have several recreation facilities located right in the community, including: parks, sports fields, pathway access, and planned community centre, skating rink, skate park, tennis courts, and basketball court.

    HAWKWOOD SCHOOLS

    Schools in Hawkwood and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Hawkwood
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • St. Maria Goretti (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • F.E. Osborne
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Sir Winston Churchill
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Hamptons

    Hamptons is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located close to the northern edge of the city, and is bounded to the north by Stoney Trail, to the east by Shaganappi Trail, to the south by Country Hill Boulevard and to the west by Sarcee Trail. The land was annexed in two stages, the southern area in 1976 and the northern one in 1989.

    Homes in Hamptons are mainly single family, detached styles in varying neighbourhoods overlooking greenspace, the local park or the Country Club of the Hamptons. A few maintenance-free townhouse are also available.

    AMENITIES

    The Hamptons is close to several large stores and shopping centres, including Country Hills Village and the Crowfoot Town Centre. The 18-hole golf course at Country Club of the Hamptons is just a "golf cart ride away", and the community also features a hockey rink (with heated bleachers), kiddie rink, playground and sports fields for soccer, and baseball.

    HAMPTONS SCHOOLS

    Schools in Hamptons and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Hamptons (K-3)
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • Captain John Palliser
    • St. Dominic (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Tom Baines (Gr. 7)
    • Senator Patrick Burns
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Sir Winston Churchill
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Edgemont

    Edgemont is a residential neighbourhood in northwest Calgary, Alberta, Canada, located north of the community of Dalhousie and bounded by John Laurie Boulevard to the south, Sarcee Trail to the west, Country Hills Boulevard to the north and Shaganappi Trail to the east. Much of Edgemont is a northwest extension of Nose Hill, as evidenced by the steep escarpments at the southeast end of the community. The elevated position of Edgemont (1245m at its highest) provides views of the city to the south and the Rocky Mountains to the west. The community began development in 1978.

    Edgemont is one of the largest neighbourhoods in the city of Calgary, and is comprised of predominantly single family homes, with a mix of low-rise condos and townhouses. Edgemont houses range in price from moderate to over a million dollars. Edgemont has some modern low level condos for the buyer looking for a low maintenance property. Situated at a higher elevation, Edgemont real estate often features lovely views of the city and Rockies.

    EDGEMONT AMENITIES

    There is no shortage of green space in this bustling community. Residents are minutes from several parks, including Edgemont Park, which feeds into the much larger Nose Hill Park. Recreational facilities include: playgrounds, access to pathways, tennis courts, skating rinks, the Edgemont Community Centre, and several sports fields.

    EDGEMONT SCHOOLS

    Schools in Edgemont and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Edgemont
    • Captain John Palliser
    • Banff Trail (Fr)
    • Mother Mary Greene (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Sir Winston Churchill
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Dalhousie

    Dalhousie is located in Northwest Calgary very close to nose Hill Park. The community was developed in 1967 and the association was formed in 1970. The community is also located close to light rail transit that offers quick access to downtown Calgary. Neighboring communities include Ranchlands, Varsity, Brentwood and Edgemont. Nearby schools include Dalhousie elementary, H.D. Cartwright junior high, St. Dominic elementary and West Dalhousie elementary.

    Dalhousie has some great homes, mainly single family, dating back to the 70's, but well kept and modernized. Dalhousie real estate consists of both single family and low level condos, such as The Phoenician.

    DALHOUSIE AMENITIES

    Dalhousie homes are in close proximity to the Crowfoot Shopping Centre, pathway system, Nose Hill Park, Bowmont Park and the Silver Springs Golf & Country Club.

    DALHOUSIE SCHOOLS

    Schools in Dalhousie and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Dalhousie
    • West Dalhousie
    • Banff Trail (Fr)
    • St. Dominic (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • H. D. Cartwright
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • Sir Winston Churchill
    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Collingwood

    Collingwood is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located immediately south of the Nose Hill Park and John Laurie Boulevard and west from 14th Street W. To the south it is bordered by Confederation Park, Canmore Park, and the Confederation Park Golf course. The area was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910, and Collingwood was established in 1959. 

    Collingwood homes consist mainly of upscale single-family homes and some low rise condos. Most homes have mountain views and are close to a local park or green space. People who buy in Collingwood, tend to stick around, and new real estate doesn't come available as often as in other neighborhoods.

    A Triwood Neighbourhood

    Considered part of the Triwood neighborhood, which also encompasses Brentwood and Charleswood, Collingwood offers the most choices for independent businesses, schools and green space.

    COLLINGWOOD AMENITIES

    Residents of Collingwood are walking distance from several large parks, including Confederation Park, Canmore, and Nose Hill Park. Recreation facilities include a local golf course and driving range, tennis courts, toboggan hill, hockey and skating rinks, and sports fields.

    When it comes to shopping or commuting, the LRT is located minutes away in Brentwood, and 14 St. NW goes through the neighborhood.

  • Citadel

    Citadel is a community in Northwest Calgary, Alberta. It is bordered by Stoney Trail on the North and West, Country Hills Blvd on the South, and Sarcee Trail on the East. Public transportation in Citadel is provided by Calgary Transit bus route 199 to Crowfoot C-Train Station.

    Citadel real estate includes a variety of single family homes, townhouses, condos and upscale properties found in Citadel Estates.

    CITADEL AMENITIES

    Residents are minutes from the C-Train, Crowfoot Shopping Centre and big box stores in Beacon Hill.

    Recreation facilities in Citadel include the YMCA, Hamptons Golf Course, access to the northwest regional bike path, and local pathways originating from Citadel Park in the centre of the neighbourhood. This is a great little park that features sports fields, tennis courts, basketball courts and an outdoor hockey rink.

    CITADEL SCHOOLS

    Schools in Citadel and the surrounding community include:

    Elementary:

    • Citadel Park (K-3)
    • Arbour Lake (Gr. 4-6)
    • Varsity Acres (Fr)
    • St. Brigid (Separate)
    • St. Luke (Separate)

    Junior High:

    • Arbour Lake
    • Branton (Fr)
    • St. Brigid (Separate)
    • Madeleine d'Houet (Separate)

    Senior High:

    • William Aberhart (Fr)
    • St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
  • Charleswood

    Charleswood is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of CalgaryAlberta. It is located east of Crowchild Trail and the University of Calgary. It borders the Nose Hill Park to the north and the Confederation Park to the south-east.

    Sought after real estate in Charleswood consists mainly of single family homes, and a few condominiums, and is known for stunning mountain and city views, quiet streets, green spaces, and low crime rate.

    CHARLESWOOD AMENITIES

    Charleswood is home to the Triwood Community Centre, park, Hall and arena which offer several programs including: hockey, basketball, soccer, ringette, learn-to-skate, guides, scouts and more.

    In addition to Nosehill Park, Charleswood is close to Foothills Athletic Park, Confederation Park and Canmore Park. All of these combined, provide hours of recreation activities that feature swimming pools, fitness centre, golf course, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor ice rinks and sports fields.

    Charleswood homes offer proximity to the LRT, University of Calgary, schools, Brentwood shopping malls, downtown and several major arteries.

  • Brentwood Calgary
  • Bowness

  • Arbour Lake

South District

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Communities Along C-Train Stations

  • Redline From NW Crowfoot Station to SW Somerset Station
    Along the line, there are two communities in the Northwest, 
    Royal Oak, Rocky Ridge and Tuscany, via crowdfoot (large commercial shopping mall, Arbour lake,
    Scenic Acres and Silver springs, a small number of houses can be reached on foot) Dalhousie,
    Brentwood, Charleswood, University, Banff trail, Capital Hill, Briar Hill (Lions Park Station),
    Hillhurst, Sunnyside, SAIT. These neighborhoods are adjacent to universities because of their
    proximity to universities, well-known high schools, intensive primary schools, convenient shopping,
    and well-developed transportation. It can be said that investors have a good heart and have good
    potential for appreciation. Downtown, Beltline is an intensive apartment complex. It is one of the
    oldest districts in Calgary and is one of the first to be included in the redevelopment of the old district.
    Adjacent to Calgary is Stampede, the world's largest outdoor event cowboy festival venue,
    the main venue for all the major trade shows held each year. Erlton is adjacent to
    a large indoor sports venue with professional standards of competition. After entering the
    commercial avenue Macleod Trail, with banks, shops, restaurants, bars and shopping malls on both sides,
    it is the busiest commercial avenue in Calgary.
  • Blue Line From SW Aspen Woods to NE Saddleridge
  • Redline From NW Crowfoot Station to SW Somerset Station

Banff and Canmore Real Estate

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Airdrie

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  • Hillhurst
  • Mission
  • Cliff Bungalow

    Cliff Bungalow is an inner-city residential neighborhood in the south-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. Centered along 5 Street SW, it is bordered by Elbow River to the south, by Uptown 17th Avenue to the north and by Fourth Street to the east.

    Cliff Bungalow was developed on land owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1870s. It was mainly populated by CPR employees, due to the convenient distance from the district to CPR headquarters and railyards. The area was gradually annexed to the City of Calgary between 1906 and 1912. Cliff Bungalow was established in 1907 although the name "Cliff Bungalow" would not be applied until the 1970s. It was re-zoned in 1935 to allow for denser residential buildings.

    It is represented in the Calgary City Council by the Ward 8 councilor. The community has an area redevelopment plan in place.

  • Sunnyside
  • Point McKay

    Point Mckay is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Bowness Road and to the south by the Bow River. Edworthy Park is located across the river and is connected by a bridge to Point Mckay.

    It was part of the town of Montgomery before it was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1963. It is represented in the Calgary City Council by the Ward 7 councilor.

  • Sunalta
  • Manchester
  • Lower Mount Royal
  • Eau Claire
  • Downtown Westend
  • Downtown East Village
  • Downtown Commercial Core
  • Chinatown
  • Beltline

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  • Blue Line From SW Aspen Woods to NE Saddleridge
    This route starts from Southwest 69th Street, and there are also recreational and fitness centers, 
    swimming pools, libraries, and a walk to Rundle Private Middle School. Head towards the city centre via
    Westbrook Mall, the 18-hole Municipal Shaganappi Golf Course with driving range. To the east of the city
    center, there are government office buildings, education bureaus, municipal buildings, central libraries,
    and newly developed East Village commercial and residential mixed high-end environmental protection districts.
    From the city center, we arrive at the Calgary Zoo, which is a good place for children in the summer.
    The neighbourhood-Bridgeland. (Apartment building, detached house, is a residential area for early Italians,
    and you can still taste Italian food now. Then head southeast via Albert Park, Radisson Heights, which is near
    the light industrial area. Then head northeast to Marlborough District. Marlborough Mall is a large shopping center in the
    Northeast District. It is surrounded by various shopping malls. There are various restaurants in various
    countries, mainly West, Central, India, Vietnam, etc. There are also various types of fast food.
    Rundle Station is within walking distance of Calgary's largest Chinese supermarket. It was previously run by
    Taiwanese and was later acquired by North American industry giant Loblaws. Whitehorn Station is within walking
    distance of Calgary's second large general hospital-Peter Lougheed .......

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  • Airdrie

    Airdrie is a city in Alberta, Canada within the Calgary Region. It is located north of Calgary within the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth II Highway (Highway 2) and Highway 567.

    The City of Airdrie is part of the Calgary census metropolitan area and a member community of the Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP). The city is surrounded by Rocky View County.

    • Airdrie Meadows
    • Bayside/Bayspring
    • Big Springs
    • Canals
    • Coopers Crossing
    • Downtown
    • East Lake Industrial
    • Edgewater
    • Edmonton Trail
    • Fairways
    • Highland
    • Hillcrest
    • Jensen
    • King's Heights
    • Luxstone
    • Meadowbrook
    • Morningside
    • Old Town
    • Prairie Springs
    • Ravenswood
    • Reunion
    • Ridgegate
    • Sagewood
    • Silver Creek
    • Stonegate
    • Summerhill
    • Sun Ridge
    • The Village
    • Thorburn
    • Waterstone
    • Williamstown
    • Willow Brook
    • Windsong
    • Woodside
    • Yankee Valley Crossing
  • Calgary City Centre

    Altadore   Alyth/bonnybrook  

    Banff Trail  Bankview   Bel-Aire  Beltline  Bridgeland  Britiannia

    Cambrian Heights  Capital Hill  Cliff Bungalow  Crescent Heights

    Elbow Park  Elboya  Erlton

    Garrison Woods  Greenview

    Highland Park  Highwood  Hillhurst   Housefield Heights/ Briar Hill

    Inglewood

    Killarney

    Mayfairc  Meadowlark park  Mission  Mount pleasant

    Parkdale  Parkhill

    Ramsey  Renfrew  Richmond  Rideau Park  Rosedale  Rosemont  Roxboro

    Scarboro   Scarboro/sunalta west  Shaganappi  South Calgary  St Andrews Heights

    Sunalta  Sunnyside

    Tuxedo Park

    Upper Mount Royal

    West Hillhurst  Windsor Park  Winston Heights/mountview

     

  • Calgary - Southesat

    Auburn Bay

    Copperfield     Cranston

    Douglasdale  Glen

    Mahogany   Mckenzie Lake   Mckenzie Town

    New Brighton

    Ogden

    Riverbend 

    South Foothills

     

  • Calgary West

    Aspen Woods

    Christie Park    Coach Hill   Cougar Ridge   Crestmount   Currie Barrack

    Discovery Ridge

    Garrison Green   Glamorgan   Glenbrook   Glendale

    Lakeview

    North Glenmore Park

    Patterson

    Rosscarrock

    Signal Hill   Springbank Hill    Spruce Cliff    Strathcona

    Valley Ridge

    West Springs   Westgate   Wildwood

  • Calgary East

    Albert Park   Applewood

    Dover

    Erin a Woods

    Forest Heights   Forest Lawn

    Penbrooke

    Southview 

  • Calgary - South

    Acadia

    Bayview    Bonavista   Braeside    Bridlewood

    Canyon meadows    Cedabrae   Chaparral   Chinook Park

    Deer Ridge   Deer Run   Diamond cove

    Eagle Ridge   Evergreen

    Fairview

    Haysboro 

    Kelvin Grove   Kingsland 

    Lake Bonavista   Legacy 

    Maple ridge   Midnapore   Millrise

    Oakridge

    Palliser   Parkland    Pump Hill

    Queensland

    Shawnee Slope   Shawnessy   Silverado   Somerset   Southwood   Sundance

    Walden   Willow Park   Woodbine   Woodlands

     

  • Calgary - Northeast
  • Calgary - NorthWest

    Arbour Lake

    Bowness

    Brentwood

    Charleswood    Citadel   Collingwood 

    Dalhousie

    Edgemont

    Hampton   Hawkwood

    Montgomery 

    Lynx Ridge

    Ranchland   Rocky Ridge   Royal oak 

    Scenic Acres   Silver Springs 

    Tuscany

    University Heights 

    Varsity

  • Calgary North

    Calgary North

    Aurora business park  

    Beddington

    Carrington Country Hills Coventry Hills

    Evanston

    Harvest Hills  Hidden valley  Huntington Hill

    Kincora

    Livingston 

    MacEwan Glen

    Nolan Hill   North Haven   North Haven Upper

    Panorama Hills 

    Sage Hill   Sandstone   Sherwood   Skyline west    Stoney 1 

    Thorncliffe

     

                     

       

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    2020 January newsletter

  • 11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home Inspection

  • Mandatory New Home Warranty

    1-2-5-10: Protection for every homebuyer

    Alberta’s New Home Buyer Protection Act (NHBPA), which took effect in February 2014, reflects the Government’s desire to ensure all new homebuyers receive warranty protection, clear expectations and an ownership experience protected from unpleasant surprises – the benefits our Builder Members’ customers have been enjoying for over 40 years.

    According to the new legislation:

    • Every homebuilder must provide proof of warranty coverage to obtain Alberta building permits
    • Government-managed registry will provide public access to key dates and specific information about new home warranties
    • At a minimum, the warranty on each new home whose building permit application was submitted after February 1, 2014, will provide “1-2-5-10” coverage.

    1-2-5-10 Coverage

    Alberta’s New Home Buyer Protection Act stipulates that all new homes must include warranty coverage of one year for labour and materials, two years for delivery and distribution systems, five years for building envelope protection and 10 years for major structural components.

    Following are more detailed explanations of these coverages as well as warranty coverage limits and commencement dates.

     

    1 Year Labour & Materials

     Mandatory warranty includes one year’s coverage for defects in materials and labour. This addresses issues with the way your home was built or the materials it was built with. It includes such items as flooring, trim and fixtures.

    For a single-family home, a multi-family unit or multi-family common property, this coverage applies for one year starting on the warranty commencement date (see below).

    2 Year Distribution Systems

     A new home warranty must cover defects in labour and materials related to heating, electrical and plumbing systems for two years from the warranty commencement date. This applies to single-family homes, multi-family units and warrantable multi-family common property.

    5 Year Building Envelope

    Homebuilders in Alberta must provide five years’ coverage for defects in the building envelope, which the New Home Buyer Protection Act defines as the system of components that separate the controlled interior air from the exterior (for example, the wall framing and cladding, roof and window installation).

    This coverage spans five years from the warranty commencement date for a single-family home or for multi-family common property.

    Warranty providers must offer an optional two-year extension on building envelope coverage for a total of seven years’ coverage.

    10 Year Structural Integrity

    Mandatory warranty covers the key structural components (for example, the frame and foundation) of single-family homes and multi-family dwellings for 10 years from the warranty commencement date. Coverage applies to defects in material and labour that result in the failure of a load-bearing part of the new home or cause structural damage that materially and adversely affects the owners’ ability to use and safely occupy the home.

    Living Expenses

    If a new home is uninhabitable as a result of a defect or while warranty work is underway, the Program will pay up to $150 a day (to a maximum of $15,000) for reasonable living expenses incurred by the insured.

    Warranty Coverage Limits

    For a single-family home: The lesser of the purchase price (excluding land) and $265,000.

    For a multi-family unit registered under a condominium plan: the lesser of the purchase price and $130,000.

    For warrantable common property in a multi-family building or for the property for which a condominium corporation is responsible under its bylaws: $130,000 times the number of single units in the building to a maximum of $3,300,000 per building.

    For a non-condominium multi-family unit (for example, a duplex unit or row townhome with no warrantable common property): the lesser of the purchase price and $265,000.

    {call-out}   To allow our Builder Members to customize their warranty offerings and give their customers even greater peace of mind, the Program offers several optional warranty products that go beyond the mandatory “1-2-5-10” coverages.

    Commencement Dates

    For a single-family home: the earliest of (1) the date a new home is first occupied; and (2) the date an accredited agency, accredited municipality, or accredited regional services commission grants permission to occupy a new home. 

    For a non-condominium multi-family unit (for example, a duplex unit or row town home with no warrantable common property): the earliest of (1) the date a new home is first occupied; and (2) the date an accredited agency, accredited municipality, or accredited regional services commission grants permission to occupy a new home. 

    For a multi-family unit registered under a condominium plan: the earliest of (1) the date of occupancy; and (2) the date an accredited agency, accredited municipality, or accredited regional services commission grants permission to occupy a new home. 

    For warrantable common property in a multi-family building or for the property for which a condominium corporation is responsible under its bylaws: (1) the title to an inhabitable unit in a building or building in a phase of development of a condominium, a cooperative or multiple family dwelling is transferred from the Builder to a purchaser of a unit in an arm's length transaction; and (2) the Builder has agreed with a qualified person to have the qualified person prepare a building assessment report for the building or for a phase of development within 180 days of the transfer of title described in (1).

     

    ENHANCED PROTECTION

    To allow our Builder Members to customize their warranty offerings and give their customers even greater peace of mind, the Program offers optional warranty products that go beyond the province’s mandatory “1-2-5-10” coverages:

    • Pre-Possession Insurance (single-family homes)
    • Deposit Insurance (multi-family units)
    • Extended Building Envelope Coverage

    Pre-Possession Insurance

    A combination of deposit insurance and home completion insurance, optional* Pre-Possession Insurance protects a purchaser’s investment in a single-family home from the time a deposit is made until the mandatory warranty commencement date. In the unlikely event of default by a Builder Member, the Program will reimburse the purchaser’s deposits up to 20% of the single-family home’s purchase price (excluding land) to a maximum of $100,000.

    * Pre-possession insurance is an optional product that the Program offers to our Builder Members. The Government of Alberta does not mandate inclusion of this coverage in a new home warranty.

    Deposit Insurance

    In the unlikely event of default by a Builder Member of the Program, optional* Deposit Insurance covers a purchaser’s deposits on a multi-family home up to 20% of the home price (excluding land) to a maximum of $50,000. (Maximum amount is project-specific and may fluctuate; please confirm the amount with your Builder.) Deposit insurance begins upon payment of the initial deposit under the Purchase Agreement and ends when the unit’s mandatory warranty coverage commences.

    * Deposit insurance is an optional product that the Program offers to our Builder Members. The Government of Alberta does not mandate inclusion of this coverage in a new home warranty.

    Extended 2 year Building Envelope

    Optional building envelope coverage protects purchasers from defects in the building envelope for two years over and above the mandatory five-year coverage, extending the coverage period to a maximum of seven years from the warranty commencement date.

    For multi-family units, only the Builder Member or condominium corporation may opt for this additional coverage at the time of the project application.

     

    Article of Alberta New Home Warranty

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