Queen Alexandra Real Estate
Queen Alexandra is in an older part of south western Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighbourhood is named for Alexandra, the wife of Edward VII of England. The area is a combination of residential and commercial zones, the north edge being bordered by Whyte Avenue and the culturally astute and commercially viable Old Strathcona area. The southern border is 70th Avenue, the west 109th Street and the east 104th Street. The University of Alberta campus is just to the west via either 109th or 104th Streets.
Construction began in Queen Alexandra prior to World War II and continued through the 1980s and was fairly even throughout the decades. The 1970s heralded a modest amount of redevelopment included in the more than 30% of the area’s homes being built through that decade.
Rental apartments make up the majority of housing units in Queen Alexandra, making this a fairly mobile community. Over half of all residential units are apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories. Only one in three residences are single family houses. The remainder are made up of multi-family and duplex homes and some newer high rise apartment buildings. Four out of five, or 80% of residences are rental properties. Demographics: Population 4,130 Median Income $59,759 # of Homes 2,693 © Stats Canada Census Data
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