Welcome to Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta which has been seeing condos pop up in neighborhoods across the city.
Situated on the North Saskatchewan River, this city is well-known for its unique landmarks, beautiful architecture, and rich array of attractions and touristic locations like the Art Gallery of Alberta and Fort Edmonton Park. It's also known for festivals, being known as Canada's Festival City.
More than a million people live in Edmonton, and many people in the city enjoy living in Edmonton condos. There are 678 condo buildings in Edmonton and many condos for sale in Edmonton throughout the year, ranging in type from Low-Rise to Mid-Rise, High-Rise, Loft, Luxury, and Pre-Construction condos for sale in Edmonton too.
It's a great place to find a condo, and those looking for condos for sale in Edmonton have a lot of options to choose from, in many different areas and neighborhoods all across the city, ideal for everyone from young families to older couples.
No matter where you look in this city, you can always find plenty of Edmonton condos for sale. A large percentage of the Edmonton condo market is centered around the Downtown region, for example in neighborhoods like Oliver and Queen Mary Park.
You can also find a lot of great Edmonton condos for sale south of the river in areas like Strathcona, Queen Alexandra, Garneau, and Ritchie, which are ideal for people who want to live in a quieter part of Edmonton but still have easy access to the downtown amenities.
Many of Edmonton's High-Rise and Luxury condos for sale are situated Downtown, but you can find lots of variety on both sides of the river. What's more, many of the Edmonton condos for sale are situated close to key attractions and must-visit sites like Fort Edmonton Park, the West Edmonton Mall, and the Alberta Legislature Building.
The average days on market for condos for sale in Edmonton is 52 days, and the average sale price of condos in Edmonton is $248,630. Last year, there were 3261 Edmonton condos sold. Compared to the previous year, that was an increase of 1% condos sold in Edmonton.
Edmonton is widely regarded as one of the best places to live in Alberta, thanks to its attractions and cultural past. It has a walk score of 30, a bike score of 74, and a transit score of 47. The Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) makes it easy to get around on local buses and light rail services.
Locals of Southwest Edmonton love dining at Circle K. There is a surprising amount of green space with MacEwan Park nearby 226 Macewan RD SW. There are many students in this neighbourhood as Victory Bible College is located within it.