Pleasantview has been a part of south west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada since 1914, but residential construction did not start until after the end of World War II. Construction blossomed in the 1960s when just under half of the area’s homes were built. A smaller building boom in the 1970s contributed another 22% to the total family residences.
Though the population is fairly mobile, almost half of residents have lived in the same home for five years or more. Pleasantview is very community minded and has a meeting hall that is not only rented out for weddings and other social functions, but serves as a base for residential services programs.
Pleasantview is bordered by 61st Avenue in the north, 51st Avenue in the south, 111th Street in the west and in the east by 104th Street, or the Calgary Trail. Upon completion in 2010, the area will have access to the light rail system via the Southgate LRT station.
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