Inglewood has the distinction of being one of Calgary’s oldest neighbourhoods. Established in the late 1800’s, this inner city community has had more than enough time to develop into the cultural hot spot it is today. One of the best things about Inglewood’s inner city location is the abundance of amenities and services found within and close to the community. 9th Avenue SE is covered in a wide range of amenities including shops, restaurants and deli’s to name a few, not to mention the countless number of businesses located in the downtown core are only a stone throw away. Inglewood’s location also offers great access to some main arteries of Calgary including Blackfoot, Deerfoot, Glenmore Macleod and 17th Avenue SE, where you will find a whole new array of amenities and services to choose from. While the historical buildings and town-like streetscapes of Inglewood add priceless character to the community, it`s the nearby Bow River parks, pathways and assortment of green spaces that truly impresses. Inglewood residents also have much to look forward to in the projects part of the East Village redevelopment, such as the National Music Centre and improved RiverWalk.
- Northern Border – Bow River
- Eastern Border – Bow River
- Southern Border – Elbow River
- Western Border – CPR Train Yard
- Ages 19 and below – 14%
- Ages 20 to 64 – 77%
- Ages 65 and up – 8%
- Average household income – $68,642 (Statistics Canada, 2010 Census)
- Ratio of residents who own their property – 62%
- Ratio of residents who rent their property – 38%
Please visit the City Of Calgary for this Inner City community profile.
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