Bridgeland/Riverside, Calgary Condos, Houses and Townhouses For Sale

 

Bridgeland/Riverside, City Centre Calgary Real Estate Listings and Community Info

 

Bridgeland/Riverside (formerly known as Bridgeland) is a city centre (formerly known as inner city) community in Calgary that has a selection of condos, single family homes, and townhouses for sale, with the majority of properties being condo apartments. For those that want to live close to the core, Bridgeland/Riverside is perfect – it’s within walking distance to downtown Calgary. Looking to live in style? Then take a tour of the various infill houses, luxury homes and estates, and luxury condos and penthouses in the area. This neighborhood is bounded by 7th Avenue NE on the north, Nose Creek on the east, the Bow River on the south, 1st street NE on the west

 

A Short Walk to Downtown Calgary

 

Amenities

The Calgary Zoo is the highlight of this community. Located immediately to the south, it’s easy to head down and check out some of the animals on a warm day – or to enjoy Zoo Lights in the winter. Despite it’s proximity to downtown, there are still a handful of green spaces in the area, including Bottomlands Park and the Nose Creek Parkway. Into science? The Telus Spark science centre is right around the corner. Looking for restaurants or shopping? Bridgeland/Riverside is one of the most walkable neighbourhoods in Calgary, with several shops and restaurants close by. Christine Meikle School and Langevin Elementary & Junior High are both in the area.

 

Transit

Memorial Drive runs along the southern edge of the community and provides quick access to both the downtown core and Deerfoot Trail. The Bridgeland – Memorial C-train station is also located near the southern edge of the community and well within walking distance. The #4 Huntington and #5 North Haven bus routes service the area.

 

Lifestyle

If you spend your weekdays in a high rise in downtown Calgary, this community has a nearly unbeatable location. Rather than spending your morning searching for parking – or spending hundreds of dollars a month to get a spot – you can wake up, cook yourself some bacon and eggs, then walk to your office. On the weekends, should you feel like it, you can take everyone on a trip to the Calgary Zoo and enjoy the animals. If you want to avoid the crowds but still want to be outside, you’ll be spending your time in both Bottomlands Park and walking the trails of Tom Campbell’s Hill Natural Park.

 

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