Homes for Sale in Bridgeland, Calgary Community – New Homes Calgary

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New Homes for Sale in Bridgeland, Calgary

Bridgeland is the old and inspiring community in Calgary that was formally known as Bridgeland/Germantown. It is bounded by the Bow River, Deerfoot Trail, and Edmonton Trail. The community is located south of Renfrew and has many unique experiences to offer. The area, now socially referred to as “The Bridge,” has developed as primarily residential single-family homes with an eclectic mix of condominiums. The designated public schools are rich in history such as the Stanley Jones Elementary, Langevin School, Colonel Macleod Junior High, and Crescent Heights High School.

You will find many new infill properties here, as a result of Bridgeland being a historical and thriving Calgary location. There are establishments dating all the way back to 1914. The beauty of this area’s east and west escarpments separates Bridgeland from the neighbouring communities of Crescent Heights and Renfrew. Minutes away from this community you can experience the downtown treasures such as the Calgary Zoo and East Village.



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Experiencing the Excitement

Bridgeland contains the fun that any family or single individuals can have. The community demographics show that 53% of the residents are ages 25-54 years old and ratio of residents who own their property is 45.6%. The average household income is $44,363, and the percentage of the population with a High School Diploma or higher is 78.5%. This community is shown to be diverse with educated and ambitious individuals willing to invest in prime property.

With a variety of restaurants, food markets, retail shopping, financial services, churches and schools, there is no shortage of amenities for each type of person.  The amenities and services can be found along 1st Avenue NE, which is the main corridor for the neighbourhood. The Bridge’s urban renewal project focused on the city’s large network of pedestrian pathways, which made this community the perfect blend of urban and outdoor. Bridgeland borders a natural environment interconnected with the Bow River and Elbow River. The Tom Campbell’s Hill Park is a beautiful patch of greenery on the eastern edge that overlooks downtown.

If you are looking to experience day trips around Bridgeland you have tons of great options. The Telus Spark is the new science centre that was built in 2011. This $160-million facility has provided Canada with the first purpose-built science centre in more than 25 years. Bridgeland’s St. George’s Island is home to the Calgary Zoo, which is Canada’s second largest zoo facility.

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Transportation Amenities

You have access to convenient public transportation with the Bridgeland LRT station, located between west and east Memorial Drive. Additionally, there are overpass walkways for easy access. The LRT station is minutes from the City Hall downtown station, where you can catch alternate bus routes or continue along the inner-city train route. Some of the areas that are serviced by bus are Deerfoot Centre, Varsity Acres, Huntington, New Brighton, and many more. There are over a dozen other difference routes accessible with the downtown LRT terminals.

Langevin Bridge is a gorgeous LED light inspired bridge opened in 1910 and named after Sir Hector-Louis Langevin (one of the Fathers of the Canadian Confederation). In 2009, the City of Calgary set up the 5,600 programmable lights on the bridge for Christmas, as part of the East Village re-vitalization efforts. This LED project was built by Montreal based Lumenpulse and composed of 156 programmable light assemblies to fit with the RiverWalk project.

St. Patrick’s Bridge was the product of a design competition held in 2009 by the Calgary MLC. This new pedestrian bridge links Bridgeland with East Village over the Bow River. It provides wonderful connectivity to Inglewood, East Village, and Downtown Calgary. The goal of the design was to have as little structure as possible in the river channel to respect the context of the island. These stunning bridges are just one of the many examples that Bridgeland, or “The Bridge,” contains the perfect balance of urban excitement and day-to-day liveability. 

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