Alberta Avenue, located in the heart of Edmonton’s inner city, has a rich history dating back to 1894. The neighborhood gradually developed with charming bungalows and two-story houses, surrounded by tree-lined streets and small residential lots.
Eastwood’s roots began in the early 1900s with subdivisions and the introduction of a streetcar line in 1910. Despite World War I, Eastwood experienced slow development and redevelopment, forming the foundation of the neighborhood today.
Edmonton’s McCauley, named after its first mayor, gained city status in 1905 and experienced growth with a streetcar line. Today, it’s a vibrant neighborhood with diverse churches and Commonwealth Stadium.
Parkdale, a residential neighbourhood in Edmonton, began in 1908 with the introduction of streetcar railway. It features single-detached houses, semi-detached homes, row houses, and apartments. Parkdale is near the city’s central business district and Commonwealth Stadium.