Bridgeland Real Estate Listings and Information

$635,356 Avg. List Price


Homeowners in the trendy area of Bridgeland reside in the northeast quadrant of Calgary and are steps away from the downtown core.  Approximately 5,000 residents call Bridgeland home, the bulk of which are between the ages of 25 and 34 (City of Calgary, 2012). Bridgeland caters to apartment style living but a small number of single detached homes are also available (ibid).

There are several schools in the Bridgeland area for kids of all ages: Stanley Jones Elementary (K-6), Colonel Macleod Junior High (4-9), Langevin School (K-9), Crescent Heights High School (9-12) and Christine Meikle School (Special Needs).

The multicultural community of Bridgeland is home to a variety of up-and-coming shops and restaurants. The popular Bridgeland Market is a fantastic gem for those who love to cook!  For the nights off from cooking, the premier bars and restaurants of Calgary’s downtown core are a short drive and walk away.  For retail lovers, Bridgeland is a short walk or drive away from premium boutique and retail stores on 17th Ave and those within the general downtown area. 

Bottomlands Park and the Bow River are within walking distance from the community of Bridgeland. Bottomlands Park has several walking paths, natural areas and an off leash dog park for the outdoor lovers in the family. Those with small children are sure to enjoy the quick 5-minute commute to the Calgary zoo from their front door!

Homeowners who work downtown are sure to love Bridgeland’s proximity to city’s core. The Bridgeland LRT station will have you downtown in less than 10 minutes. With this distance, residents can also enjoy a short bike or even walk to work.

Looking to reside near the city’s core in a trendy community? Contact your local Century 21 agent to find out if Bridgeland is right for you!


North: 7 Avenue; 9A Street; 8 Avenue

East:    Nose Creek

South: Bow River

West:  1 Street*

City Quadrant: NE

*Overlaps with Crescent Heights


Image Source: Openfile, 2012

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