Homes For Sale In Downtown Edmonton Community - Edmonton, AB

Properties in Downtown Edmonton

Although centrally located within the greater Downtown Edmonton area, the actual Downtown district is space of about four square blocks that includes both business and residential structures. While the atmosphere of this community is more strongly urban than many of the other neighborhoods in the region, city parks and common grounds use natural vegetation and open space to enhance the relaxed feel for a small town vibe.

Current Downtown Edmonton Real Estate Statistics

Current Total Listings: 175
Current Average Price: $348,679
Current Highest Listing Price: $1,731,900
Current Lowest Listing Price: $5,000

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More About Buying A Home In Downtown Edmonton Community - Edmonton, AB:

Townhouses for sale in Downtown have well sized lots with wooded border to give residents a sense of seclusion. As this section has been a hub of activity since it was incorporated in the early 1900's, the residential dwellings have seen numerous changes with industry and population. This has also led to the availability of some smaller multi-family dwellings that also lends to the more neighborhood atmosphere of some of the blocks.

Pedestrian access through and around the Downtown section is very safe and easy to navigate. Along with many bus stops along the roads, Downtown is also served by five LRT stations within the immediate boundaries. These include Grandin to the south west, Corona, Enterprise, and Central along Jasper Avenue, and Churchill to the north.

Parents find that the Downtown development can be a family friendly environment and that educational facilities are located both within and around the community. Edmonton Public Schools have a strong presence in the sector and Boyle Street Education Centre or Oliver School are other choices.

The Downtown shopping district is rife with boutiques, services, and local eateries like the Sherlock Holmes Pub. Cultural attractions such as the Art Gallery of Alberta make for more leisure destinations, and the region is an exciting place that is also safe for living.

Listing information last updated on July 15th, 2019 at 11:46am MDT.