Rosedale Real Estate & Community Guide
Welcome to the highly sought-after neighbourhood of Rosedale! This inner city community is located along the ridge above the Bow River. Some of the streets in this neighbourhood feature Calgary’s most desirable addresses that enjoy stunning views of the downtown core. Large treed lots, proximity to downtown and schools make this a desirable neighbourhood for executives raising a family.
You’ll be close to the trendy Kensington Village with hundreds of unique independent retailers, restaurants and pubs. The Core Shopping Centre is just a few minutes away in downtown Calgary.
Located along the south edge of Rosedale, McHugh Bluff is a popular spot for all Calgarians. This hillside green space is a delight for sightseeing and photography, offering massive skyline views to the downtown core. Looking to get your daily steps in? There is a large staircase connecting the upper part of the bluff down to Sunnyside.
Commuters will love living near 3 major arteries (10th Street, Centre Street and 16th Ave NW) As of the 2019 census, Rosedale was home to 1,560 residents.
The Rosedale Community Association offers its residents a variety of programming, including social activities and sports. Their community centre offers rentals of their rooms including a dance studio, meeting room and large hall. In the winter months you can stay active by enjoying the outdoor rink, maintained by the Rosedale Community Association. Be sure to check out the community association’s website https://myrosedale.info/ or visit their Facebook page.
The Rosedale Community Association offers a soccer program in the spring and an outdoor skating rink in the winter. Nearby you’ll find the North Hill Community Curling Club and Calgary Climbing Centre in the neighbourhood of Crescent Heights. Residents of Rosedale will definitely want to take advantage of the fabulous river pathway system located just south of the community. Not only is it a great recreational opportunity, but it also provides residents with an easy way to travel west to the fabulous Edworthy Park or east to Princes Island Park, St. Patrick’s Island and the super popular East Village.