Southeast Edmonton Neighbourhood Information
Argyll is an area on the south side of the city, and is mainly a residential community. It sites directly in the middle of the Mill Creek Ravine, and provides it’s residents with easy access to great walks and nature trails.
A large percentage of the properties in the area (around ninety three percent) were built between 1945 and 1970. It’s a popular community for owning a home, with only 17% of residences occupied by renters.
The Coronet Industrial area borders the community, which is often a fact that lowers the average household income in a neighbourhood. But Argyll seems to be exempt from this, with average incomes in the area close to the average in the city.
Argyll is home to a few sporting venues that might not be known to most residents. The Velodrome was built in 1977 and acted as the cycling competition venue during the Commonwealth games when they visited the city in 1978. There are only 25 similar facilities on the continent. The neighbourhood is also home to a BMX Track.
On the south west boundary of Avonmore is the Mill Creek Ravine, which offers residents of the community fantastic trails and hikes. Argyll Road is located on the south east of the area, and provides it’s residents access to a major vehicle thorough fare.
It’s one of the more diverse communities in Edmonton, with no specific ethnicity dominating the landscape. Those of German descent claim the highest amount of the population in Avonmore, with close to 6% of residents claiming this as an ethnicity.
Avonmore School is an all girl school that caters to students with the Nellie McClung program. It’s one of the only schools in the city that offers it’s students a uniformed environment for schooling.
The average household income in Avonmore is around the city average at $64,000 per home. According to the most recent census data, the population of the neighbourhood hovers around 3000 residents.
Bisset is a residential area in Edmonton that was named after a prominent judge. Most of the development of the community occurred between 1960 and 1990. It’s borders are within the overall Millwoods section in the south east of the city.
There are two schools in the community, Bisset Elementary is part of the public system and Mary Hanley Elementary is part of the Catholic school system.
There are also a number of religious institutions in the community. It’s home to the Sunrise Community Church, the Islamic Shia Ithna-Asheri Centre, the Mill Woods Community Church, and the Islamic Shia Ithna-Asheri Centre.
Capilano is a community that was formed during the 1950’s. Development of the area started to spike between the end of the Second World War and 1960, with approximately eighty five percent of homes in the area completed during that time period. This neighbourhood has one of the largest percentage of residential properties occupied by owners, around 96%.
The community actually isn’t home to Capilano mall surprisingly, with the shopping center located just south of the area. There are two schools for residents to consider for their kids, St. Gabriel and Capilano Elementary.
Capilano is known as a mature community, with lots of old tree growth lining it’s streets. It also provides easy access to river valley trails, with the North Saskatchewan River providing one of the boundaries of the area.
Crawford Plains is a popular residential neighborhood in southeast Edmonton and is part of the community of Southwood. It is also located in the district of Mill Woods and is one of Edmonton’s newer communities as construction began in the late 1970s. It is easily accessible to other areas of Edmonton by taking the Anthony Henday Dr. (a ring around Edmonton) or Whitemud Drive.
Crawford Plains homes are mostly single family, but there are a mixture of row houses and duplexes as well. The neighborhood has been laid out with attractive cul-de-sacs and curving streets which is appealing to families. Cul-de-sac lots are pie shaped that are larger than regular lots and safer for children. You’ll find many custom homes with luxury amenities, some offering completely built out basements that are perfect for company or recreational use. The highly acclaimed Crawford Plains School, part of Edmonton’s public school system, is located here and is known to be an excellent facility for children.
Access to shopping is always an important amenity. Crawford Plains is located near the Mill Woods Town Centre that offers not only a variety of retail shops and restaurants, but offers access to Edmonton’s Transit System for busses and light rail. Mill Woods Recreational Centre is also conveniently located nearby and offers a fabulous pool, known for its large wave pool with water slide. The facility also has an outstanding fitness centre, dive tank, indoor ice arena and outdoor sports fields. You’ll also find several public parks in the area, along with the Mill Woods Golf Course. Everything you could possibly want is within minutes of Crawford Plains.
This community was named after an Irish immigrant who came to the city in 1881, Mr. Thomas Daly. He won a competition at the 1893 World Fair in Chicago, and is credited for getting the reputation of the provinces oats known worldwide.
During the 70’s about forty percent of homes in the community were built, and another forty percent were built during the following decade.
Single family properties make up about 2/3’s of all homes in Daly Grove. 75% of homes in the area are occupied by their owners.
Ekota is a community is south Edmonton, and is named after a Cree word that translates into special place. It is indeed a special place for it’s residents, and offers a great amount of convenient amenities. Grey Nuns Hospital is nearby in case of emergency, and Millwoods Rec Center offers fitness classes and facilities.
It’s an ethnically diverse area served by two elementary schools for local families to choose from, Ekota Public and St Clement Catholic. There is a major public transit center nearby for residents to take advantage of, and the community is closely accessible by the newly finished Anthony Henday drive.
The nearby community of Tawa is home to the head quarters of the EPS’s south division. Ekota Central is a prominent IT service company that has several offices around North America.
Ellerslie is an area of south Edmonton, and is one of the newer residential communities in the city. It is home to Ellerslie Rugby Park, which acts as the home to the Edmonton Gold team. It was a prominent venue during the Women’s Rugby World Cup competition during 2006. 15 matches were contested at the complex, so Edmontonian rugby fans didn’t have to go very far to enjoy some high quality rugby action.
On the northern boundary of Ellerslie lies the Anthony Henday freeway, which is convenient as it is a major way of getting around the city. About 2/3’s of homes in the area are of the single family variety, with duplexes, row homes, and apartments making up the remaining properties in the community. Almost all residences in Ellerslie are owner occupied.
Created right before the end of the Second World War, Forest Heights is located in south east Edmonton. 98th Avenue on it’s southern border leads vehicles down to the Government Centre part of downtown via the James MacDonald bridge. It also leads residents to downtown via the Low Level bridge.
Only a small percentage of the homes in the community were built before 1945, about 6% according to the city archives. Between 1945 and 1960 construction spiked with 51% of the neighbourhoods homes built during this time. The remainder of the properties in Forest Heights were built after this time. 3/4’s of the homes in the community are single family properties, with about 60% of overall residences occupied by their owner.
According to census Canada, about 5,500 people live in this area of Edmonton and the average household income is on par when compared to other areas of the city.
This community is often known by older residents as Hardisty, Fulton Place is a south east neighbourhood named after a creek that runs nearby along the western boundary. It’s home to a state of the art fitness & leisure center and a fantastic local hockey arena. Two public schools meet the education needs of residents, Fulton Place School takes care of kindergarten to grade 6 students and Hardisty Junior High teaches students from grade 7 through grade 9.
106th Ave leads residents to some major facilities in Edmonton, include Northlands and Rexall Place. There is also easy access to downtown for residents of Fulton Place via 98th Ave.
The community was created before the end of the Second World War, but it was not until the soldiers came home that building in the area began. A large majority of homes in the area were built between 1946 and 1960, approximately eighty percent. About 85% of homes in the area are of the single family variety, and the same amount of overall properties are occupied by their owners.
Gold Bar is an area of south east Edmonton that is fairly central. It’s names corresponds to the ravine on it’s south and west borders that bears the same name. Formed as a community just before the end of the Second World War, the majority of homes in Gold Bar were built in the 15 years following the war. According to the city archives, about 66% of all residences in the community were built during this time.
About 4/5’s of all properties in the area are single family homes, with the remaining structures divided between other style of property. Approximately 3/4’s of all housing in the area is owner occupied.
Two schools educate the children of the community, Gold Bar Elementary which is part of the public system and Mount Carmel Bible School which is actually a school that is independent of either school system. There used to be a Catholic school in the community, but it was torn down in favour of a large green space during 2004.
Greenview is an area in the south east of the city that was formed as a neighbourhood during the 1970’s. It was mainly developed during the oil boom years of that decade and during the following decade, with almost all of the residences in the community built during this time span.
About 3/4 of the properties in Greenview are single family homes, with duplexes, row houses, and standard three to four storey apartment buildings making up the remainder of the homes in the area. Over 80% of properties in the community are occupied by the owner on title.
The community borders the Millwoods golf course, so if you are a fan of the sport it’s very conveniently located nearby. The Jackie Parker Rec area offers residents lots of outdoor space for picnics and room for outdoor events. There is also a small lake in the recreation area which has been kept in it’s natural state. There is a trail that loops around the lake for a nice walk.
Hazeldean is a residential community in the south east of the city that conveniently over looks the Mill Creek Ravine. One of the older area’s of the city it was founded prior to the end of the Second World War, with around 10% of the homes currently located in the area being built before the war was over. When the soldiers came house to peace time, the area boomed quite substantially in the subsequent 15 years.
A lot of older style homes are present in the area with large back yards suitable for gardens during the summer months. About 80% of the properties in Hazeldean are in the form of detached homes, and unlike most communities in Edmonton there are close to no apartment buildings in the neighbourhood.
One of the nicer features of the area is the community hall. It’s available for rentals and most weekends it’s rented out for special events. Around the hall there is a soccer field, playground, and two baseball fields available for public use.
Hillview is a community in the south east of the city that is situated in Millwoods, most specifically the Woodvale area of this neighbourhood. The primary period of development in the area was during the 70’s and 80’s, fluctuating rapidly during the boom and bust cycles of the oil booms of that era.
There are two community schools that educated the young people of the area, both are elementary schools. Hillview School and John Paul I Catholic teach children from the kindergarten to grade 6 level of education. The Grey Nuns hospital is close by in case of accident’s and residents also enjoy easy access to lot of great amenities.
The average income in the area is slightly above the normal for the city, and close to 1500 residents call Hillview home.
Close to the Bonnie Doon part of the city, Holyrood is a mature residential area south east of the city center. One might think it’s named is derived from Hollywood, but it’s actually based on the Scottish Gaelic word haly rood which means holy cross.
Holyrood Elementary takes cares of the educational needs of children in the area, and also has a massive park for residents to take advantage of both during the day and at night. The shopping center at Bonnie Doon is also very close by and is a great amenity for residents of the area.
Considered very central, the neighbourhood offers it’s residents easy access to most parts of the city. The corner of 82nd avenue and 83rd street is also a large transit hub. Demographically the average income in the area is about $20,000 more than the city average and approximately 1500 people call the neighbourhood home.
Situated close to the Bonnie Doon mall, Idylwlde (pronounced “idle” “wild”) was formed as a community shortly after the 2nd World War. Over half the homes in the community were built in the 15 years following the end of the war. About one quarter of the remaining properties in the area were built between 1960 and 1980, then development of the area experienced a slow down with the remaining residences built since that time.
This community features a lot of apartment complexes and condo style properties, with these types of homes making up about 40% of the overall landscape of the area. Quite a large amount of apartments and homes in Idylwylde are rented, close to half.
There is a private school in the area, one of the few in the city. L’Academie Vimy Ridge offers excellent programs to those that are able to afford this type of schooling for their children. Idylwylde Public Elementary is located in the community as well as a branch of the city public library system.
The average household income in the area hovers between $65,000 and $70,000 which is a little surprising considering the amount of rental residences in the area. But that’s probably canceled out by the fact that a lot of the residents in the community live here so they can send their children to the private school.
Jackson Heights is named after the first female police officer to join the city ranks, Annie May Jackson. She made her mark in history during 1912 when she became an officer. Part of the Burnewood area of Millwoods, Jackson Heights is relatively new community and was named after her in 1976.
The majority of development in the area occurred during the time period from 1990 to 2000. About ninety percent of homes in Jackson Heights were constructed during this time. There aren’t many rentals in the neighbourhood, only about 3% of residences are occupied by renters. 88% of properties in the community are of the single family variety.
Jackson Heights Elementary keeps the children in the area busy from 9am to 3pm during the week, and the nearby park named after Miss Jackson provides outdoor activities to it’s residents. According to recent census data, their are around 1500 residents in the community with an average household income hovering around $55,000.
Literally meaning “the beautiful” in one of the local Cree dialects, Kameyosek is a community in the south east of the city. It is also considered part of the Lakewood area of Millwooods.
About 2/3’s of the homes in the community were constructed during the 1970’s, and like a lot of the communities in Millwoods the remaining properties were built in the following decade. It’s a somewhat mobile area with lots of residents moving in and out, consistent with this almost half of the residences are occupied by renters.
The Millwoods campus of Grant MacEwan University is located in Kameyosek, which provides post secondary educational opportunities. Kameyosek Elementary is part of the public school system. Local amenities are in abundance, with lots of shopping centers nearby. Residents can feel safe knowing the Grey Nuns hospital is close as well as the Edmonton Police south east headquarters.
Kenilworth is a medium sized community in the south east of the city with Whyte Avenue serving as part of it’s southern border. Most of the development in the area occurred during the 1960’s, with over three quarters of all it’s residences built during this time period. Single family detached properties make up close to 80% of all homes in the area, and around 85% of all houses and condos in the community are occupied by their owners.
There are 3 schools in the community, including a private French immersion school. Waverly Elementary schools children up to grade 6 and Kenilworth Junior takes them up to grade 9. The Ecole Jeanne D’Arc is a private school that teaches children in French as the primary learning language.
Kenilworth has it’s own ice arena, and it’s constantly occupied by hockey players, figure skaters, or those just looking to go for a skate on the ice.
Demographically the community has a higher average income, around $70,000 per household. About 3500 Edmontonians call Kenilworth home, and there are just over 1600 homes to choose from for it’s residents.
King Edward Park
Originally the community of King Edward Park was made part of the city during 1912. It’s on the south east of Edmonton, and part of the Mill Creek ravine serves as it’s western border. Housing construction in the community was started before the end of the Second World War, with around twelve percent of homes built before 1945. Almost half of the remaining residences were developed between 1945 and 1960, with the remaining 60 – 65% built after that time.
There is a height restriction of apartment buildings in the area, so you won’t find any buildings that are higher than 5 stories. Apartments account for approximately 20% of the residences in the area, duplexes around 25%, with the remainder being single family detached properties. It’s about 50/50 when it comes to owner occupied versus renter occupied.
There is easy access to lots of local amenities, with Bonnie Doon and Whyte Avenue being nearby. The average household income in King Edward Park is around $65,000, the population is around 3300 residents in approximately 1600 properties.
Kiniski Gardens is a community in the south east of Edmonton that is shaped like a triangle. Considered part of Millwoods, the neighbourhood is named after a prominent political figure from the 1960’s, Julia Kiniski.
Development of the neighbourhood started during the 70’s and ramped up significantly during the following decade. There aren’t a tremendous amount of non-single family homes in the community, roughly 95% of the properties in this area are of that variety. Almost ninety percent of all residences in the community are occupied by their owner.
Two schools service Kiniski Gardens, both are elementary schools. Julia Kiniski is administered by the public system, Blessed Kateri is administered by the catholic system.
Larkspur is part of the Meadows are in eastern Millwoods. It’s a residential area of south east Edmonton, but is also known for a couple of large retail areas. Meadowbrook is a commercial center in the south west of the neighbourhood, and there is another larger commercial center on the eastern side of Larkspur. Kiniski Gardens, Wild Rose, Tamarack and Jackson Heights all border the community.
The community is relatively new and construction kicked off in 1985 and most of the homes in the area were built by 2005. Almost 90% of the home in the area of single family properties, with the remaining properties in the area consisting of mainly duplexes. Almost all residences in the community (around 98%) are occupied by their owners.
Velma Baker School is in Larkspur and there is a park that offer residents plenty of outdoor activities.
Located in the south of the city, Lee Ridge got it’s name from a former mayor, Mr. Robert Lee. It’s considered part of Millwoods, and is a community with a large diversity in it’s residents. Richfield, Hillview, Michaels Park, Kameyosek, Tipaskan and Tawa all border the area.
The area has a large variety of property types lining it’s streets, with no particular style dominating the landscape. Detached homes account for around 35% of all homes, row houses sit at around 30%, and duplexes closer to 15%. Apartments and mobile homes make up the remainder of the properties in the community. Development in Lee Ridge happened primarily during the 1970’s. Considering the variety of housing options in the area it might be surprising to hear that 70% of all residences are owner occupied.
Lee Ridge Elementary takes care of the educational needs of children in the community, and there is a Wellness Center that allows residents easy access to different types of health care options. The average income in the area is around $55,000 per household for the 3000 or so residents of the community.
Derived from a local Cree dialect, Menisa translates to berries in that language. It’s a community in the south east of the city and is considered part of Millwoods. Construction in the area began in earnest during 1976 and most of the homes in the community were completed by 1980, a staggering building rate. Satoo, Ekota, Sakaw and Meyokumin are all nearby.
The primary type of property in the neighbourhood is single detached homes, which account for about eighty five percent of the properties in the area. The remaining 15 or so percent is made up of row houses. Approximately 80% of all homes in the area are owner occupied.
The community has it’s own shopping center, offering residents many great amenities. The average household income in the area is above the city average at around $75,000. Approximately 5500 people call Menisa home in close to 2000 properties.
Another community in Millwoods that is named after a word in the Cree language, Meyokumin translates as good water in a local native dialect. Like most residential communities in the area, a large bulk of development happened in the 1970’s. Around fifty seven percent of the communities properties were built during this decade. Another thirty five percent were built in the following decade. Ekota, Pollard Meadows, Menisa, Crawford Plains and Sakaw are all nearby.
Single family properties make up close to sixty one percent of the community inventory, duplexes make up around seven percent, with row houses making up the remainder. Almost 80% of properties in Meyokumin are occupied by their owner.
The average household income in the community is close to $67,000 according to the most recent census numbers. There are approximately 3000 residents in the neighbourhood spread out over 1000 properties.
Part of the Lakewood area of Millwoods, Meyonohk (pronounced “me” “yawn” “oak”) is a residential neighbourhood in the south east of Edmonton. It’s name translates into ideal spot in a local native language. Satoo, Ekota, Kameyosek and Tipaskan are all nearby.
Almost 2/3’s of the properties in the community were built during the 1970’s, as is consistent with many areas in Millwoods. Approximately twenty five percent of the remaining homes were built during the 80’s, and the remaining were built since then.
Single family detached properties make up around 50% of the local property inventory, duplexes and row houses make up the other half. Only a small percentage of homes in the area are occupied by renters, around 15%.
Meyonohk School educates the elementary school aged children in the community. There are close to 3000 residents in the neighbourhood, with a household income consistent with the city average.
Part of the Millbourne are of Millwoods in the south east of the city, Michaels Park is a mainly residential community. John Michaels lent his name to the neighbourhood, he was known for his tireless devotion to community service. There is also a park within the community boundaries that bears his name as well. Tweedle Place, Greenview, Lee Ridge and Richfield are all nearby.
The majority of development in the community occurred during the 70’s, with over 80% of properties built during this decade. There is a large mix of style of home in the area, so lots of choose from for all levels of potential owners. Around eighty two percent of properties in Michaels Park are owner occupied.
There are around 5500 residents of the community, with an average income comparable to the city average. Approximately 2000 properties dot the landscape of Michaels Park.
The name originates from an immigrant who came to the city from Prussia prior to 1900, August Minchau. The family made an incredible escape from their home country, and the tale of their journey prompted the city to name the community after them. There is also an elementary school in the neighbourhood that bears the family name, it is part of the public school system. Hillview, Greenview, Kiniski Gardens, Bisset and Weinlos are all neighbourhoods that are close by.
Bordered by both the Millcreek Ravine and 50th Street, Minchau offers it’s residents a mix of easy transportation access and natural serenity. Approximately 3/4’s of all homes in the area are of the single family variety, with apartments and row houses making up the rest. There are no apartment buildings in the community above 5 stories high. Close to 80% of all residential properties in Minchau are owner occupied.
There are around 3300 residents in the area dispersed through approximately 1200 homes. The average household income in Minchau is close to $65,000.
Named for the Ottewell family, one of the original settlers in the area, this large residential area in south east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada got its start shortly after the end of World War II. Over 86% of the homes were built within the first fifteen years after the war and the neighbourhood was considered complete by 1980. Golden Homes was one of the major builders in the area. Many of the homes brought on the market in the 1960s are today worth roughly twenty times their original asking price.
The single family home is the most prevalent residential style, accounting for 79% of the housing inventory. Apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories account for 12% while duplexes make up 4%. The remaining 5% are categorized as collective residences. Roughly 75% of the homes are owner occupied.
The western boundary is 75th Street, the eastern 50th Street and the south is framed by 90th Avenue. Terrace Road and 98th Avenue make up the northern border. Within those boundaries are the Braemer Public School, the Clara Tyner Elementary and the Ottewell Junior High School. Edmonton Catholic Schools and St. Brendan Catholic Elementary School are also represented. The private Suzuki Charter School also services the area.
Residents have access to Capilano Mall in the north east part of Ottewell, which also holds a branch of the Edmonton Public Library. On the southern end of the area is Ottewell Plaza, a strip mall that includes a large grocery store. There are several places of worship in the neighbourhood.
Pollard Meadows is part of Millwoods in the south east of the city. Like most communities in the area, home construction kicked off in the 1970’s and neared completion by the end of 1990. It’s one of the rare older communities in Edmonton that isn’t considered completed by city council, so there is still is room for development. Daly Grove, Crawford Plains, Weinlos and Meyokumin are all nearby.
There is a large mix of properties in the community, with under half of the residences being single family homes. Rental apartments account for about a quarter of the properties in Pollard Meadows, and row houses make up around twenty percent. Duplexes fill in the remainder of the landscape. About sixty percent of properties in the neighbourhood are owner occupied.
3 schools educate the children of Pollard Meadows. T.D. Baker Junior High and Pollard Meadows Elementary are administered by the public school system. Holy Family Junior is administered by the catholic school system.
The population of the community is approximately 4500 people dispersed in 1500 homes. The average household income in Pollard Meadows is consistent with the city average.
Located within the Millwoods district of south east Edmonton, Richfield is a primarily residential community. Most of the development of the community occurred in the 1970’s, with around 3/4 of all homes built during this decade. The community is fairly mobile, with less than 50% of properties being single family homes and around 50% of them occupied by their owners. Michaels Park, Lee Ridge and Tipaskan all border Richfield.
Two elementary schools service the educational needs of Richfield, Grace Martin Public and St Elizabeth Catholic. Residents have easy access to a number of amenities, including the Millwoods Town Center.
Demographically, the community falls just below the average household income in the city at $47,000. There are approximately 3300 residents of Richfield in around 1200 properties.
Named for Ritchie Mill, the former mayor of the City of Strathcona and original owner of the Ritchie Mill, this southeast Edmonton, Alberta, Canada neighbourhood offers good access to nearby shopping, dining and nightlife.
Ritchie is bordered by trendy Whyte Avenue on the north, 72nd Avenue on the south and by the Mill Creek Ravine on the eastern edge. The western boundary is a bit more complicated. South of 79th Avenue it runs along 100th Street. North of 79th Street it runs along 101st and 102nd Streets. Whyte Avenue gives residents good access to the University of Alberta, and 99th Street leads to the downtown core.
Almost a quarter of the residences in Ritchie were built before the end of World War II. Between the end of the war and 1960 an additional 35% of the homes were built. The 1970s and 1980s both saw roughly 10% of the development, respectively. The remainder were built after 1990.
The single family home is the most common residence, accounting for 60% of the inventory. Apartments and apartment style condos in buildings of less than five stories make up 32% of the homes. Duplexes and row houses make up the rest. About 55% of the homes are occupied by their owners.
Another community in south east Millwoods that is named after a Cree word, Sakaw translates as wooded area in a local native dialect. It’s borders are 66th Street, Anthony Henday Drive, Millwoods Road South, and 50th Street. About 90% of all properties in Sakaw were built during the 70’s and 80’s. Menisa, Meyokumin and Crawford Plains all border the community.
Demographically, Sakaw’s residents have an above average income at around $70,000. This is consistent with the fact the single family homes are the most popular style of residence in the community, accounting for close to 80% of all properties. Around 3/4 of all residences in the area are owner occupied.
There is one elementary school in the community named after the neighbourhood, it’s is operated by the public system.
Satoo sites of the land that was once occupied by the Papachase Nation, the community is named after a local chieftain. Part of the Millwoods district in the south east of the city, the neighbourhood is bordered by Anthony Henday Drive, 23rd Ave, Millwoods Road West, and 91st Street. Menisa, Ekota and Meyonohk all border the area.
Approximately three quarters of all properties in the area are single family homes, with the remaining one quarter consisting of row houses and duplexes. Like most neighbourhoods in this part of the city, a large majority of it’s development happened during the 70’s. Close to 85% of all properties are owner occupied.
The community consists of a higher than average amount of young families, probably due to the fact that their are two schools that can take a child’s education from kindergarten to grade 9. Satoo Elementary and Don Knott Junior are administered by the public school system.
There are around 3500 residents of Satoo spread throughout 1250 homes. The average household income of the community is about $75,000.
Silver Berry is a recent community built to co-ordinate with the expansion of the Anthony Henday Drive. It’s located is due east of Millwoods. A large majority of the properties in the area are single family homes, around 85%. The rest are a mix of row houses and duplexes. Construction in the community has not completed, and there is still opportunities for new development in the area. Consistent with many newer neighbourhoods, 95% of all property is owner occupied. The communities of Bisset, Daly Grove and Minchau are close by.
The communities borders consist of the Millcreek Ravine, 17th Street, 34th Avenue, and 34th Street. There are no schools local to the community, but there are 3 schools in nearby areas. Residents have access to lots of great amenities, Silver Berry is considered a premium area in the south east of the city.
According to the most recent census date, the average household income in the area is around $80,000.
Summerside is another newer area of south east Edmonton that was built to coincide with the development of the Anthony Henday freeway. Bordered by 66th Street, Ellerslie Road and Parsons Road, the communities residents have year round access to a man made lake in the south west of the neighbourhood. Ellerslie, Walker and Charlseworth are all neighbourhoods nearby.
75% of homes in the area are of the single family variety, with low rise apartment buildings, row houses, and duplexes making up the remainder. Over 90% of all residences in Summerside are owner occupied.
Even through it’s a recent community, there are a number of great amenities in the area already. Among them there are child care facilities, dental clinics, medical centers, and a church.
Demographically the community has a higher annual income than the city average.
Tawa in an area in the south east of the city that saw it’s primary development finish in 2000. It’s residents can sleep easy knowing that it’s the home of the police departments south east main branch and Grey Nuns hospital is within it’s borders in case of emergency. It’s borders consist of 28th Avenue, 50th Street, 66th Street and 34th Avenue. Kameyosek and Hillview both border the Tawa neighbourhood.
Not consistent with other communities in the area, about one third of all properties in the community are apartment buildings. Another third are duplexes, about 20% are row houses, and the remaining are single family residences or collective homes. While the property styles are not consistent with the area, the fact that about 80% of all residences are owner occupied is.
There are 3 schools operated by the public system local to Tawa, Kate Chegwin Junior, W P Wagner High, and Weinlos Elementary. There is also a Montessori preschool in the community.