The Edmonton Real Estate Blog

Modern Architecture Meets Edmonton’s History

  Everyone has seen all the crazy condo construction that has been going on in Edmonton.  There are mega-projects to be completed all over the city. More of the same old, same old, where you walk from one unit to the next you can’t remember the differences between each one since they’re all the same. […]

Edmonton Neighbourhoods: High Park

High Park is a smaller neighbourhood laid out in a grid patternand the lots are of a generous size. Development in the area occurred in the1950s and 1960s. High Park is dominated by smaller, single-family bungalows, mostly with detached garages that are accessed via back lanes. Area residentshave good access to Westmount Mall and Mayfield […]

Edmonton Neighbourhoods: Lewis Estates

Lewis Estates is a master-planned golf course community around a central 18 hole championship golf course. Depending on who you ask, Lewis Estates consists of a number different neighborhoods. According to the Lewis Estate community league web site, Lewis Estates is made up of Meadowlands, Breckenridge, Potter Greens and Meadowlands Estates. According to the City […]

Edmonton Neighbourhoods: Sherwood and Jasper Park

Sherwood and Jasper Park were once parts of the Town of Jasper Place and were annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1964. Sherwood was developed during the 1950s and features mostly single family homes. Sherwood residents enjoy access to downtown, shopping facilities in the west end and the many recreational areas of the river […]

Edmonton Neighbourhoods: Jamieson Place

A new feature from the Edmonton Real Estate Blog: Edmonton Neighbourhoods. Over time we’ll be adding photo "montages" and information about neighbourhoods around Edmonton. We hope you like it! Jamieson Place is a neighbourhood that is very popular with families, since two of the only closed border elementary schools in Edmonton are located here (Michael […]