During the 1950's and 1960's the city of Calgary saw an immense period of growth and urbanization, with Kinsgland being a key part of this, annexed by the city in 1956, this community was carefully planned with a few ideas in mind, a community with great access to amenities, shopping, etc and one that is easy on the eyes and has a great sense of community.
With major roads including Glenmore trail bordering this community to the North and Heritage Drive to the south, and finally Macleod trail to the east and Elbow Drive to the West, which means major roadway access and transportation is some of the best in the city for residents. With a mixture of single family homes, semi detached properties, and townhomes the Kingsland community is very popular for families and professionals. According to recent census reports and information this community has a population that hovers between 4,500 and 5,000 residents, with a median household average income of $65,000+ in comparison to the average in Calgary at $97,000+
Shopping and Entertainment Amenities in Kingsland Community
There are plenty of options for home owners in Kingsland for amenities and entertainment, being so centrally located you'll be minutes away from many of the major roadways giving you quick access to many major areas in Calgary. With Chinook mall and Southcentre just a quick drive up or down Macleod Trail, or the Glenmore reservoir a few minutes away, weekend warriors can get their fix in through a variety of activities.
The Kingsland Community Association is jam packed with great information for residents, from community news and information to classifieds, and a jam packed even schedule which has offerings for kids, families, and seniors including yoga, soccer, karate and much more! If you're looking to host an event in your community, you'll have access to the main hall, where you can rent for reasonable rates!
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