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February 2015

Found 3 blog entries for February 2015.

Edgemont is a northwest Calgary real estate community (the largest in the quadrant), and an area that our team works in frequently. Edgemont was almost 30 years in the making with final phases were completed back in 2005. With one of the highest elevations (1245m at its highest) in the City of Calgary, stunning views of the city and mountains are a given. The Eastern edge of Edgemont also borders Nose Hill Park, one of the largest municipal parks in Canada and North America. 

The area features pathways through beautiful ravines, tennis courts, skating rinks, and playgrounds. The Edgemont Community Centre has much to offer with gym facilities, banquet & meeting rooms, and many activities facilitated by the community. 

2014 Real Estate in Edgemont:

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Citadel is a well established family-oriented Northwest Calgary real estate community. It is beautifully maintained throughout the year and offers a plethora of pathways, parks, playgrounds and recreational spaces. Many of the homes in Citadel offer stunning mountain and ravine views. Citadel was one of the first communities in Northwest Calgary to adopt a Home Owner Association (HOA) fee, and has a busy community association run entirely by volunteers. 

Curious about potential neighbours in Citadel? Citadel is a strong family-oriented community with over 10,000 residents and 30% of them are children.

2014 Real Estate in Citadel

• 137 homes sold in Citadel
• Average home sale price was $482,243
• 58 condos were sold
• Average condo sale price was

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Following a major redevelopment and recovery from the 2013 flood, Bowness Park is finally reopening this Saturday, February 7th. To celebrate, the City and community will be hosting a skating party on Saturday. 

The celebration offers a chance to skate around the lagoon, take a ride on a horse-drawn wagon, listen to live music and indulge in free hot chocolate and munchies. If you don't have skates, KidSport will be on-hand with free skate rentals. 

Saturday, February 7
11 am to 3 pm
Bowness Park: 8900 - 48 Avenue NE

"Our goal with the redevelopment is to strengthen park visitors’ relationship with water, both with the river and the lagoon, in summer and winter. The large deck overlooking the lagoon allows for better access for skating and boating.

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