Condo for Sale in Eau Claire with Chamberlain Real Estate Group
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Somewhere between the tall commercial district and the residential neighbourhoods to the north lies Eau Claire. Real estate in Eau Claire is a mixture of condos, apartments, and many retail stores and businesses.
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The condos here are modern and reflect the alternative type of lifestyle that many residents lead. Eau Claire is home to many outdoor paths and trails, and has access to some of Calgary’s finest amenities and services. It’s a pleasant blend of the nature reserves along the river and the bustling downtown atmosphere. This is why people love the feel of living in the Eau Claire community.
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With just fewer than 2000 residents, the community of Eau Claire feels neighbourly and welcoming. Although this community ists in the heart of Calgary’s core, Eau Claire is very separate and distinct from its neighbouring communities. It exists along the Bow River, the curve of the Bow forming the natural border to Eau Claire. Anything north of 3rd Ave and west of 2nd St SW is in this neighbourhood. The community also includes the Prince’s Island Park and much of the communal biking trail of the downtown area.
The people who live here enjoy a simple life. They earn more than Calgary’s average, many of them working within the downtown core itself. Three-quarters of the residents hold post-secondary degrees, among the highest proportion in all of Calgary. There are 38% immigrants living here, first-generation Canadians who come here to work and find opportunities for their families. Speaking of families, there are relatively few here. The demographics of Eau Claire skew toward younger singles and couples, many of whom have no children of their own. As there isn’t much parking, many residents choose to use public transit of the Car2Go system for longer commutes. 98% of those who are able to work have a role in the workforce, again one of the highest proportions in all of Calgary.
The Eau Claire Community Association offers the residents a way to connect with each other, strengthening the bonds of this community through events, programs, and courses. They use the membership fees to hold Stampede breakfasts, community street events, and coordinate with the downtown and Chinatown communities.
Eau Claire has the best of both worlds. Just to the south is a collection of business, commercial, retail, and dining options. The best of Calgary lies within the commercial core and it’s right on Eau Claire’s doorstep. To the north is the Bow River, and kilometres of walkways and paths to bike. Many residents spend their evenings along this picturesque trail.
Prince’s Island Park is located in the Bow and provides a refuge from the city noise and bustle. This is an open park with a large open space, a café, playgrounds, picnic tables, and a yearly Shakespeare By The Bow that many Calgarians attend every year. Eau Claire Park is another spot for the residents to enjoy the relaxing view by the river.
Beyond that, there is easy access to the rest of Calgary. The C-Train takes residents anywhere they need to go with ease. The 118 km of track extends to every corner of the city and keeps the core connected with the rest of Calgary. 100 million riders take transit every year. Memorial Drive is located just across the river and it provides access to Calgary’s busiest roads.
One of the key features of this area is the popular Eau Claire Market, one of Calgary’s premier shopping districts. It is about to be revamped into two massive residential towers located on key property in Calgary’s heart. This is sure to add serious value to the real estate in Eau Claire. Eau Claire Plaza is a public location for many residents, a park with playgrounds, a spray park, and an amphitheatre.
Eau Claire is too small in size to have any schools of its own, but it does have excellent access to schools in the area. Crescent Heights High School is located nearby, as is Western Canada High School. The community of Crescent Heights has many options to serve students in Eau Claire including Riverside School and Stanley Jones School.
Western Canada High School has as many as 2000 students attending during the year. It attracts students from all over Calgary due to its mixture of excellent athletics, arts programs, and academic excellence. It currently ranks in the top 20 schools in the entire province, according to the Fraser Institute.
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