While Bridgeland is technically in the NE quadrant of Calgary, the community is included in the Calgary Real Estate Board's Zone A (NW) area. There's a lot of history in Bridgeland, which is located just north of Memorial Drive and to the west of Deerfoot Trail. Given the area's proximity to downtown Calgary, Nose Hill, the Calgary Zoo & Princess Island Park, Bridgeland has become a very desireable community to live in.
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A recent redevelopment plan with upscale condos & townhouses has transformed this area into a thriving community. Bridgeland also has a large selection of single-family homes.
While some believe the building of the Langevin Bridge in 1885 was where the name came from, Bridgeland actually was named after the company Dominion Bridge Company, which operated and employed many Calgarians at the time. Back then Bridgeland was a red-light district that wasn't part of Calgary. The old General Hospital, which was opened in 1910 and demolished in the 1998, is now the site of a large condo development (The Bridges).
Bridgeland is a pedestrian-friendly community that was recently listed as one of "Calgary's five most livable neighbourhoods" in Fast Forward Weekly Magazine. The southern portion of Bridgeland is full of shops and labeled "Little Italy" due to its many wonderful Italian restaurants. Also, nearby is St. Patrick's Island, Calgary Zoo, and several sports and recreation facilities.
Schools in Bridgeland and the surrounding community include:
King George (Fr)
St. Angela (Separate)
St. Pius (Fr) (Separate)
Georges P. Vanier
St. Alphonsus (Separate)
Madeleine D'Houet (Separate)
St. Mary's (Separate)
If you have any questions about real estate in Bridgeland, or any neighbouring NW Calgary communities, please fill out our contact form, or call 403-703-2404 for assistance.