Living in Central
Edmonton Central is the urban district, bordered by the beautiful North Saskatchewan River that runs from the southwest to the northeast through the region, just south of downtown. It is a mix of skyscrapers and heritage buildings that means a walk down the street is one filled with new architecture and beautiful mature trees.
Living in Millwoods
Millwoods nieghbourhood is a family oriented community with plenty of schools as well as many outdoor areas, spray park and recreation center. Mill Woods is the perfect neighbourhood for the busy professional and family oriented renter.
Living in Northeast
Northeast Edmonton is peppered with parks. Rundle Park, Hermitage Park and the Strathcona Science Provincial Park to name a few. A fantastic neighbourhood for the outdoor enthusiasts.
Living in Southwest
Living in luxurious Southwest Edmonton is easy. Terwillegar recreation center has state of the art gym equipment, a pool and hockey arenas. This neighbourhood has unlimited activities of residents.
Living in West
West Edmonton is know for the largest mall in the world, The West Edmonton Mall. West Edmonton also offers many other attractions like Callingwood Farmers' Market, walking and hiking trails.
Living in Whyte
Whyte is on of Edmonton's trendiest neighbourhoods. It boasts one of a kind shops, restaurants and cafe's. Old Strathcona has world class festivals, entertainment and live music. Old Strathcona Farmers' Market is Edmonton's fist indoor farmer's market.
Living in Edmonton
There's a lot going for Edmonton. It's the capital city of Alberta, an important hub for the oil and gas industry, transportation and logistics and environmental engineering. Edmonton is one of the sunniest cities in Canada, with a beautiful greenbelt. It's a fantastic city to enjoy the seasons.
Small enough to still be community minded yet large enough to host some of the best shopping and festivals in North America, we are a city with lots to offer. We are known for being friendly, down to earth and family oriented. Welcome!