Ramsay Calgary is an up and coming inner city community in the southeast quadrant. Founded in 1914, Ramsay is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Calgary. Today, the community is experiencing a revival through new infill home developments that are changing the face of Ramsay Calgary slowly but surely. Ramsay homes have great value considering their location and with the lower price points typically seen in the area they are a popular buy on today’s inner city market.
Inglewood – one of Calgary’s cultural hotspots, loaded with amenities and services including…
- Pure Hair
- Inglewood Wine Market
- Spolumbo’s Deli
- Without Papers Pizza
- Calgary Zoo
- And countless others boutique shops, restaurants, pubs and more!
Victoria Park – well within walking distance is the Calgary beltline community of Victoria Park, where you will find…
- Scotiabank Saddledome
- LRT Stations
- Calgary Stampede Grounds
- Sunterra Market
- Elbow River Casino
- Talisman Centre
- And so many other amenities and services, all very close to Ramsay Calgary!
Downtown Calgary – home to thousands of businesses ready to serve, including some of the best that Calgary has to offer in terms of restaurants, entertainment, nightlife, shopping and activities.
East Village – soon enough the newly redeveloped downtown community of East Village Calgary and all of its projects will be complete! Walk to the National Music Centre, hit up the revitalized St. Patrick’s Island, or enjoy the extended RiverWalk… this and more will be possible within a few years when living in Ramsay Calgary!
- Northern Border – Canadian Pacific Railway Mainline
- Eastern Border – Canadian Pacific Railway Tracks
- Southern Border – 26th Avenue SE and CNR Railroad
- Western Border – Elbow River
- Ages 19 and below – 17% (2014)
- Ages 20 to 64 – 76% (2014)
- Ages 65 and up – 8% (2014)
- Average household income – $45,081(2010)
- Percentage of population with a High School Diploma or higher – 84% (2011)
- Ratio of residents who own their property – 48% (2011)
- Ratio of residents who rent their property – 52% (2011)
Please visit the City Of Calgary for this Inner City community profile.
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