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North Regina: North Argyle Park / Engelwood
Located in the north central perimeter of the city at the North end of Albert St. Relatively new residential neighborhood with newer housing and younger families. Housing is well maintained with over 90% built during the 1971 - 1985 period. These neighborhoods are family oriented with the 30-44 year and 0-19 year age groups predominately. Approximately 74% of the housing units are owner-occupied reflecting a balanced housing mix. Average house prices in Argyle Park would be $258,000; Engelwood would be $318,000.
North Regina: Kensington Greens
Another of Regina's newest developments is Kensington Greens. Located in north Regina east of the junction of Highways 6 and 11, and north of existing Uplands neighbourhood. Access into the community from the south through Uplands is on Broad St., and from the west off Highway 6 along Norman Mackenzie Road. Currently in Phase 1B. Average house price for 2010 was $366,000.
North Regina: Lakewood / Maple Ridge / Rochdale
A younger, family-oriented residential area situated in the extreme northwest sector of the City. It is bounded by Rochdale Boulevard on the south and the city limits on the west and north. The neighborhood began development during the 1981-1991 period. Additional land remains for residential development in the north west section over the next 5-10 years. Housing is predominately single-detached (71 percent) with the remainder being largely apartments and row housing. Ownership levels are fairly high at about 84%. The largest age groups include the 35-44 year and 10-19 year age groups. The number of persons over the age of 55 is very low at approximately 8%. Average house prices in Lakewood would be $349,000; Maple Ridge $397,000; and Rochdale $286,000.
North Regina: Sherwood Estates / McCarthy Park
This neighborhood is a younger, family-oriented residential area situated on the western city limits in the northwest sector of the city. The neighborhood developed primarily during the 1971-80 period, with additional residential development occuring during the 1981-86 period. Housing is predominately single-detached (84 percent) with the remainder largely apartments. Ownership levels are high at about 82%. The largest age groups include the 35-44 year and 10-19 year age groups. The number of persons over the age of 55 is very low at approximately 4 percent of the neighborhood's population. Average house price in Sherwood Estates $271,000 and McCarthy Park $251,000.
North Regina: Uplands
Situated on the North central perimeter of the north end of Broad St. In terms of development, age of housing and population characteristics, it is one of the younger developed neighborhoods in north Regina. Housing stock is well-maintained with over 81% being post-1971. Single detached houses constitute over 84%, while row housing, apartments and duplexes make up the balance. Rate of home ownership is high at 84%. The neighborhood is relatively young and family oriented. The 35-55 year and 15-19 year age groups predominate. Average house prices would be $272,500.
North Regina: Walsh Acres / Lakeridge / Garden Ridge
A younger, family-oriented residential area situated on the northwest sector of the City. Initial development began in the 1971-80 period.The Lakeridge subdivision is the newest and most prestigious of locations in the northern areas with construction beginning in the mid-1990's. Housing is predominately single-detached (91 percent) with the remainder being apartments. Ownership levels are high at about 92 percent of all housing. The largest age groups include the 35-49 year and 10-19 year age groups. The number of persons over the age of 55 is low (10 percent) but increasing as the neighborhood matures. Average house prices in Walsh Acres would be $295,000; Lakeridge $417,000; and Garden Ridge $311,000. Many new homes and condo complexes being built in the Lakeridge area along with commercial development. Average price of condos in the area would be $255,500.
Central Regina: Central Arnheim / Broders Annex
A stable and mature residential area within the inner City. Housing is dominated by modest single-detached homes from te 1946 - 70 period. About 1/3 of the housing is pre-1946 in construction and in good condition. A significant number of war-time houses and post war-time duplexes are also unique to this neighborhood. A popular and affordable neighborhood with the average house price in Arnheim approx. 236,500; Broders Annex $187,000.
Central Regina: Cathedral
Cathedral developed as one of Regina's first residential neighborhoods along Victoria Ave. and Albert St. Traditionally a "middle class" neighborhood, it has always been more cosmopolitan in terms of housing and population types. Cathedral retains the highest concentration of pre-1946 housing in the City, with the majority being single-detached and owner-occupied. A younger, more affluent household has resulted in much restoration and renovation activity. This has also contributed to the maintenance of the important historic character of this inner city neighborhood. Household income levels are the highest of the inner city neighborhoods. This neighborhood is very popular and unique with its trendy little shops that line 13th Avenue to its annual Cathedral Village Arts Festival. A very well balanced neighborhood in terms of age groups with the lowest numbers being in the 60-70 age group. Average house price approx. $254,500.
Central Regina: Dominion Heights / Douglas Place
A stable and mature residential area in south eastern Regina. It abuts the Al Ritchie neighborhood on the north and west and is bounded by the Ring Road on the east. Douglas Park and Wascana Park are attractive recreation and park areas to the south. 86% of the housing is owner-occupied single-detached housing, mainly built during the 1946-60 period. The condition of housing is good with less than 4% of the existing housing being pre-1946. A large percentage of the population is between 65-75 years of age. Households in the 35-45 year age group form the second largest age group in the neighborhood. The number of children in the 0-19 age group has increased. Population levels in the neighborhood are stable. Average house prices range from $275,000 to $295,000.
Central Regina: Transition Area
The Transition Area, situated immediately south of the Downtown, was Regina's original "South-end". Prestigious single-detached residential development began after 1903. In 1912, a major tornado damaged or destroyed many buildings along Lorne and Smith Streets. Housing has changed significantly from uniformly distributed single family housing to more concentrated apartment buildings and condos. These now account for over 95% of all housing. The 30-50 year age groups with household incomes exceeding $60,000 occupy many of the new infill luxury condos in the area. Women over 65 years of age form the largest single age group in the area. Almost 40% of the current population is over 65 years of age and living in the several high-rise buildings. No schools remain in the area. Average house price approx. $295,500.
Central Regina: Downtown District
Approximately 1,400 residents currently reside in Downtown Regina . You'll find both heritage style condos as well as brand new highrises as well as the odd loft style condo. The area is full of amenities including churches, financial institutions/banks, health and fitness services, seasonal Farmer's Market, as well as a variety of retail stores, unique boutiques, hotels, entertainment and restaurants. Many festivals and events take place in downtown Regina throughout the year. Average 2010 condo price $220,000.
Central Regina: General Hospital
The Core neighborhood is an inner city community that consists of three distinct sub-districts; the General Hospital Area, the Arcola Triangle and the 11th Ave/Germantown Area. It began to develop east of the emerging Downtown in the late 1890's. By 1913 the residential development in the Core area had extended to cover over 33 city blocks. Working class residents, many from eastern Europe, helped create a distinctive cosmopolitan community. The northern portion of the Core was originally known as "Germantown" because of this ethnic diversity. Today many active ethnic clubs in the neighborhood serve as pavilions for the annual Mosaic Festival. Housing in this early neighborhood is predominately pre-1946. Single-detached houses and smaller apartment buildings are the most common type of housing. Rental properties outnumber home ownership. The population in the neighborhood is stable. Younger single persons and older, retired females are the two predominant age groups. Average house price approx. $167,500.
Central Regina: Eastview
The Eastview Neighborhood, initially a private farm, was developed during the major land development boom of 1910 by John K. McInnis, one of Regina's wealthiest men then. Historically, industries such as the General Motors Car Assembly Plant, Canadian Air and the Imperial Oil Refinery provided the major employment for local residents. Eastview has remained a small, close-knit, family-oriented community with modest, affordable housing over the years. Approximately one-quarter of the housing is pre-1946 with the remainder being infill development from the 1946-1970 period. Almost all the housing is modest, affordable single-detached. Within the Inner City, Eastview also has the highest level of home ownership. Household incomes for the neighborhood are average for the Inner City. The majority of household incomes range between $20-39,000. The largest age group is 20-29 years and is indicative of younger family households. The number of children, as a percentage of the population, is above the city average. Average house price approx. $161,500.
Central Regina: Glen Elm
The Glen Elm Neighborhood is a stable and mature residential area in east central Regina. The majority of housing consists of modest single-detached homes. Higher density apartments are prodominant in the southern area and represent approximately 30 percent of housing units within the total neighborhood. The level of home ownership (57.8%) is influenced by the high percentage of apartment units. Housing condition is good with over 85% of all housing being post-1961 in construction. This neighborhood generally serves the housing needs of seniors and younger households. Average house price approx. $215,500.
Central Regina: Churchill Downs / Cityview / Highland Park
A mature residential area in north central Regina. Originally an unincorporated settlement, it developed around 1915 to provide housing for both railway workers and industrial workers associated with the Imperial Oil Refinery on Winnipeg St. The neighborhood also includes the unique large lot subdivision of Churchill Downs, created for Veterans of the Second World War. Housing type and age in the community are varied. Older housing is generally found to the south, near the original CNR railway lines and former refinery. Northern areas, which developed later, tend to have newer housing. Although an older area of the city, less than 6% of the remaining housing is pre-1946. The majority of housing is from the 1946-70 period. Seniors over 65 years of age make up a large percentage in the area, with other age groups being fairly well balanced. Average house prices: Churchill Downs $181,000; Cityview $218,000; and Highland Park $180,000.
Central Regina: Coronation Park
A stable mature residential area in north central Regina. In the southwest corner of the neighborhood there are remnants of the original Village of North Regina which developed in the 1920's. Housing is well-maintained with 57% constructed during the 1961-70 period. Single-detached housing, at 62%, predominates. Apartments buildings comprise almost 30% of all housing and are concentrated west of Albert St. in the northeast. Neighborhood population is fairly well balanced in all age groups with the highest being seniors of 65-75 years. Average house prices approx. $232,000.
Central Regina: Warehouse District
In the early 20th century, the Prairies needed warehouse centers to support the booming economy. At Regina's urging, the federal government gifted a land mass directly north of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The resulting Warehouse District quickly became the distribution and industrial center for a growing Western Canada.
Now, the Warehouse District is much more than manufacturing and distribution. It has many unique clusters of businesses, such as furniture, office supply, automotive, home electronics, sporting goods, arts, music, antiques and crafts, bargain shopping, plumbing and heating, electrical, and home improvements. A thriving hospitality sector has emerged on Dewdney Avenue and adjacent streets. Meanwhile, the heritage and character of the area has been preserved.
Regina's Old Warehouse District comprises 80 blocks between Albert Street and Winnipeg Street and between 4th Avenue and the CPR tracks. Many of the historical warehouses in this unique area have been converted into loft-style condos. These condos have open concepts, and modern flair, while keeping the character of their era by using the original brick walls, columns and flooring. Residents can enjoy all the amenities within the Warehouse District as well as the central location just seconds away from downtown Regina. This is the area where the proposed domed stadium would be built along with hotels, etc. along Dewdney Ave. Average prices of the condos for 2010 were $413,000.
Central Regina: Washington / Parkdale
The North Central Neigborhood began to develop as a working class residential area with the establishment of the Warehouse District to the east. With over 1,000 men employed in warehouses and the CPR yards by 1908, North Central provided much of the local housing. The Albert School, constructed in 1905, also became an important focal point for attracting many families. The T. Eaton Company and the Robert Simpson Company also built large mail order warehouses during the First World War. Housing is predominately pre-1946 in age. It is modest and single-detached in nature. A significant amount of infill development also occurred between 1946 and 1960. North Central is the largest neighborhood in the Inner City. The predominant age group is under 4 years of age. Currently about 50% of homes are owned and 50% rentals. Average house price approx. $115,000.
East Regina: Glencairn / Glencairn Village / Parkridge
A stable, family oriented, residential neighborhood. It is situated in east Regina, north of the TransCanada Highway. Residential development has been in a west to east direction with the newer housing being in the east. Housing is predominately single-detached (83 %) and owner-occupied (79%). Most of the residential development is from the 1971-80 year age group. Approximately 86% of all housing is post-1971 and in good condition. Average house prices in Glencairn/Glencairn Village approx. $255,000; Parkridge $321,500.
East Regina: Creekside / Eastpoint Estates
Eastpoint and Creekside areas are relatively new developments. Eastpoint was developed in the mid to late 1990's. Creekside was shortly after beginning approx. 1999 thru to the mid 2000's. A family oriented neighbourhood where the largest single age group is from 30-44 years. The 0-19 year age group, at nearly 37% of the total population, is also a significant group with a very low percentage of seniors. Average prices for Eastpoint are $428,000 and $388,000 for Creekside.
East Regina: Gardiner Park / Gardiner Heights / Wood Meadows / Spruce Meadows / Riverbend / Woodland Grove / Windsor Park
The Arcola East neighborhood is currently the largest community association by area and population in Regina. The community association has been divided into northern and southern sections along Arcola Street/Highway 33. The Arcola East Neighborhood (North Side) is a new residential area under active development on the southeastern limits of the City. It is situated north of Arcola Street and is bounded by the Trans-Canada Highway on the north and west. Residential development has extended in a general west to east direction since 1981 with newer housing being east of Pilot Butte Creek. Single-detached homes (81 percent) predominates with the remainder of housing being low-rise apartments and condominiums. In general, this area contains above average housing for the City. Population levels on the north side have increased significantly and population levels will continue to increase as residential areas extend eastward. Husband-wife families are among the highest in the City at 93% of all households. The largest age group is 35-55 years followed by children in the 10-14 year age group. Average house price in Gardiner Park $ 406,000; Gardiner Heights $395,000; Wood Meadows $352,000; Spruce Meadows $391,000; Riverbend $ 417,000 (this is the newest development in the area and consists of a high percentage of upscale condos; Windsor Park $469,000 (new development is on-going in this area); Woodland Grove $417,000, area condos range from $160,000 - $420,000.
East Regina: The Greens on Gardiner
Another brand new development in southeast Regina just north of Arcola Ave. & east of Woodland Grove Dr. The Greens on Gardiner is a distinctive neighbourhood development where energy conservation home construction is encouraged. Features walking paths and park areas with over 40 acres of green space plus environmental reserve. Currently still under development with 2010 average home prices of $364,500.
East Regina: University Park / University Park East / Varsity Park / Richmond Place / Wascana View
The Arcola East Neighborhood is currently the largest community association by area and population in Regina. The community association has been divided into northern and southern sections along Arcola Street/Highway 33. The Arcola East Neighborhood (South Side) is a residential area under active development on the southeastern limits of the City. It is situated south of Arcola St and is bounded by the natural Wascana Creek floodplain to the south. Since development began in 1971, residential development hs extended in a west to east direction with the newer housing being east of Pilot Butte Creek. Single-detached homes (76%) predominate with the remainder of housing being low-rise apartments and condos. In general, this area contains many of the larger and more exclusive homes in the City. Population levels will increase as the area continues to develop. Husband-wife families are among one of the highest in the City at 88% of all households. The largest age group is 40-55 years followed by children in the 10-19 year age group. Average house prices in University Park/University Park East approx. $350,000 - 390,000; Richmond Place $490,000; Varsity Park $423,000; Wascana View $554,000.
East Regina: The Creeks
Brand new upscale subdivision located adjacent to Wascana View in south-east Regina, The Creeks features quiet residential crescents, cul-du-sacs and prestige lots. This development borders a nature reserve, in addition to a neighbourhood park and green spaces. This subdivision is still under development with new homes and many lots still available. Average house price for 2010 $503,000.
South Regina: Albert Park / Parliament Place
The Albert Park Neighborhood is a residential area in southwest Regina. It is bounded by the Trans-Canada Highway on the south and the Lewvan Expressway on the west. It represents the southward extension of the Lakeview neighborhood. The 1992 annexation and subsequent development of "New Albert Park" in the extreme south finalized new growth and development in the area. The housing mix in the neighborhood is balanced. Single detached houses represent 45 percent of all housing. Apartments, condos and row houses make up the remaining 55 percent and are concentrated near the two shopping malls and in the southwestern part of the neighborhood. The age pyramid is almost cylindrical and represents a uniform age distribution with lots of young families as well as seniors. Average house price in Albert Park approx. $374,500; condos $250,000; Parliament Place $319,900; apartment condos $243,000.
South Regina: Harbour Landing
Harbour Landing is one of Regina's newest subdivisions and the lst development in over 20 yrs. in the south end. Located in the SW corner of the city, it is the closest subdivision to Regina's International Airport. High-end homes with a mix of condos, hotels, box stores and numerous other retail and businesses which are currently under construction. Average home price for 2010 was $460,500.
South Regina: Lakeview / Crescents / River Heights
The Lakeview Neighborhood is a mature residential area situated in south central Regina adjacent to Wascana Creek. The original McCallum Hill & Company bought the land in 1904 and first subdivided it in 1906. Initially located outside the City, the area was annexed by the City in 1911. Lakeview's ongoing residential development period extended from the early 1900's until fully developed in the 1960s. The wide variation in tree height is an interesting measure ofthis extended development period. Most of the existing housing is from the 1945-1970 period with development extending southward after 1946. Most post-1980 housing has been selective infill housing and redevelopment of former school sites. Single detached housing constitutes almost 90 percent of all housing. Home ownership is also high at 87%. The two largest age groups are the 30-45 year and 65+ year age groups. Average house prices in Lakeview $306,500; Crescents $370,000; River Heights $266,500.
South Regina: Whitmore Park
The Whitmore Park Neighborhood is a mature residential neighborhood in south Regina. It is bounded by the Trans-Canada Highway on the south and east. In general, it incorporates much of the southward residential expansion of the Hillsdale neighborhood. Housing type is predominately single detached (87%) and from the 1961-70 period. Apartments make up the remaining housing. Whitmore Park has a unique age-sex pyramic for a suburban residential area. The pyramic is actually cylindrical and represents a very uniform and well mixed population. No age group predominates. The typical family structure, however, remains husband-wife at about 82 percent of households. Average house price approx. $265,000; condos $210,000.
South Regina: Hillsdale
The Hillsdale Neighborhood is a residential area situated immediately south of Wascana Centre and west of the University of Regina. Development was initiated by the original McCallum & Hill Company during the post-war building boom of the 1950s. The neighborhood has had an extended period of sustained development with the 1946-80 period accounting for almost 89% of all housing. Single-detached housing accounts for approximately 46% of all housing. Apartments, condos and row housing provide the remaining housing. The largest age group in the neighborhood is the 20-24 year and most likely university students. The next largest groups are the 65+ year and 25- Development was initiated by the original McCallum & Hill Company during the post-war building boom of the 1950s. The neighborhood has had an extended period of sustained development with the 1946-80 period accounting for almost 89% of all housing. Single-detached housing accounts for approximately 46% of all housing. Apartments, condos and row housing provide the remaining housing. The largest age group in the neighborhood is the 20-24 year and most likely university students. The next largest groups are the 65+ year and 25-34 year age groups, the 25-34 group being the family formation group. Average house price approx. $320,000; condos $290,000.
West Regina: West Dieppe
The Dieppe neighborhood is located on the central western limits of the City and north of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Academy. Housing is dominated by single-detached homes (83%) from the 1961-1980 period. Semi-detached housing is the second largest type of housing at approximately 13%. Home ownership is moderately high at 76%. The largest age groups are the 40-44 year age group and the 0-19 year age group. This indicates a family-oriented area. Average house price approx. $261,000.
West Regina: Mount Royal / Rosemont
These neighborhoods are mature, family-oriented and situated in the central west sector of the City between the CN railyards on the north and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Academy on the south. They were developed primarily during the 1946-60 period. Additional residential development occurred in the western sections during the 1961-80 period. Housing is predominately single-detached (80%) with the remainder being apartments. Ownership levels are moderately high at about 75%. The population pyramid denotes a mature neighborhood with a good mix in all age groups, with the largest age group being 25-29 and the lowest in the 60-65 range. Average house price in Mount Royal would be approx. $247,000; and Rosemont $205,000.
West Regina: Normanview
The Normanview neighborhood is a family-oriented residential area situated in the central northwest sector of the City between Ring Road on the north and the CN railyards to the south. The neighborhood developed rapidly during 1971-80. Housing type is predominately single-detached (65%) with the remainder being apartment buildings. The age distribution is generally well mixed with 80% of the people being under the age of 50. Average house price approx. $264,000.
West Regina: Normanview West
The Normanview West neighborhood is a family-oriented residential area situated in the central northwest sector of the City between Ring Road on the north and the CN railyards to the south. The neighborhood developed very rapidly during the 1971-80 period. Housing type is prediminately single-detached (79%) with the remainder being apartment buildings. The largest age groups include the 20-24 year and 50-54 year age groups. Average house price approximately $287,500.
West Regina: Pioneer Village
The Pioneer Village area is situated on the west central limits of the City and immediately east of the RCMP Training Academy on Wascana Creek. Single-detached homes constitute 43% of all housing in the area. The remainder includes apartments, row houses and semi-detached units. About 21% of the housing was constructed before 1946 and reflects the historic nature of the area. The 1946-70 period represents the majority of housing with some final development occurring between 1986-96. The largest age group is over 75 years of age and is directly related to the Pioneer Village complex for senior citizens. This complex, which dates back to the mid-1950's provides accommodation for about 400 seniors. The remaining age groups in the neighborhood are evenly distributed. Average house price approx. $155,500.
West Regina: Regent Park
A mature, family-oriented residential area situated in the central northwest sector of the City. It is a westward extention of development from Coronation Park. This neighborhood developed rapidly during the 1961-70 period. Housing is predominately single-detached (89%) with the remainder being semi-detached. Apartment buildings are concentrated around the Regent Park Shopping Centre. Ownership levels are also high at 86%. The largest age group includes the 65-75 year range. Average house price approx. $230,000.
West Regina: Westhill
Westhill is a family-oriented area situated on the City limits in the northwest sector of the City. It is a westward extension of development from Normanview West. Housing type is predominately single-family. Westhill borders the prestigious Joanne Goulet golf course with Most home starts within the mid 1980's. The subdivision is continuing to grow with many new homes under construction. The two largest age groups include 35-44 and 10-19. Average house price approx. $415,000.
West Regina: Fairways West
The Fairways West community is situated in a natural setting and is surrounded by open green space along the banks of Wascana Creek and the Joanne Goulet golf course. This neighbourhood is only fifteen minutes from downtown Regina in the NW part of the city. This subdivision started approx. 5 years ago and construction is ongoing. Average price based on 2010 market is $467,000.
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