The city of Calgary will wow you with its alluring beauty, finesse restaurants, nightlife and picturesque scenery. nestled next to the Rocky Mountains and the Canadian Prairies, Calgary is home to Canada’s most flamboyant party, the Calgary Stampede. To go along with the natural beauty and local activities Calgary is also home to some of Canadas biggest oil and gas companies. Calgary’s economy is unsurprisingly vibrant, employment opportunities are aplenty, and there are a ton of things to do or see in and around the city. What’s more — Calgary has one of the most diverse communities in Canada, with more than 120 spoken languages and a diverse population.
If you’re looking for a postcard-perfect place to live, work or play in Alberta, look no further than Calgary. Here are 7 most popular neighbourhoods worth renting in Calgary.
Hailed as one of the “old money” communities in the city, Crescent Heights neighbourhood has a unique blend of cliff-top estates, quaint small homes, and recently remodelled single-family dwellings. The area is far enough from downtown to be quiet and serene, but also close enough to offer breathtaking city views. Despite being only 15-min bus ride to downtown, you can expect to shell out an average of $1,390 for rent.
Composed chiefly of residential homes, Huntington Hills has become quite popular among families. The neighbourhood is dotted with fabulous townhomes and beautiful single-family residences with roomy backyards. Even better, the area is suitably close to the Calgary Airport. And with an average rental rate of $1,120, Huntington Hills is no shabby.
Nestled in the northwest part of Calgary, Brentwood is one of the most popular communities in the region — and for good reason. It’s bordered by two roads in Calgary, Crowchild trail, and Shaganappi trail. Moreover, the neighbourhood boasts of a vibrant shopping centre decorated with cafes, fancy store, restaurants, and whatnot. The community of Brentwood in Calgary is also close to the University of Calgary with the average monthly rent being $1,137.
With lots of green spaces, easy access to nature/mountain, and plenty of biking/hiking/cycling trails, Aspen has become a highly sought-after Calgary neighbourhood. It comes with a catch, though: high monthly rent! Aspen Woods is one of the most west communities in Calgary and features an abundance of luxury real estate.
Developed in the later 1970s, Edgemont is filled with green spaces and dotted with several walking paths. There are great schools, LRT stations, and shopping centres in the vicinity. Edgemont is Calgary’s largest residential community and the real estate in Edgemont consists of primarily single-family homes.
Although it’s farther from the core of downtown, Varsity is one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Calgary, often sought for its greenery and quaint community appeal. It helps that Silver Springs Golf Course is close by.
Beltline neighbourhood is known for its plethora of diverse entertainment and restaurant options. And since it’s close to downtown, Beltline is one the best places to rent a condo or apartment in Calgary. Beltline apartments are popular for young working professionals who live and work near downtown Calgary.
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