Central Edmonton Homes > Central Core
Central Edmonton real estate is located in real estate zones 05, 08, 12 and 13. It is bordered by the Yellowhead, Wayne Gretzky Drive, river valley and Groat Road. A large portion of central Edmonton homes are condominiums. Due to our municipalities geographic location, many of the downtown apartments and penthouses have some really amazing panaramic view of both the city core, the river valley and the outreahes of the south by the Muttart Conservatory.
A little further north in the Alberta Ave district features everything from war time houses from the late 1800s to brand new infills and skinny homes. These central Edmonton homes for sale offer buyers many price points to choose from.
The least expensive real estate is located in Eastwood and McCauley where you can buy a ready to tear down house for about $150,000. Some of the most expensive homes are located in Oliver where a penthouse condo will run over three million.
The Alberta Ave district offers a real estate mix of central infills to wartime houses in Alberta Avenue, Delton, Eastwood, Elmwood Park and Parkdale neighborhoods. Queen Mary is currently increasing in value in Blatchford, Central Mcdougall, Prince Rupert, Queen Mary Park, Spruce Avenue and Westwood.
Downtown is a great place to purchase a central Edmonton property with a variety of choices for every budget. The Downtown district features everything from walk up condos and penthouse highrises with central river valley views to tear down dwellings in Boyle Street, Mccauley, Riverdale, Downtown, Oliver and Rossdale.
The RE/MAX Field is located in the downtown district. It uses natural grass in the outfield and artificial turf in the infield. The park has ground-level luxury suites with balcony box and general seating built on top. The Home Plate VIP Lounge on the main concourse is located directly behind the plate, incorporating a bar and a restaurant with a view of the field from seats inside and outside.
Rogers Place in the Ice District is a world-class venue with capacity for up to 20,000 fans. It’s the venue of choice for live entertainment in Western Canada, including concerts, festivals, and other major sporting events.
Other notable central Edmonton buildings and places to visit include the Alberta Legislature Grounds, Royal Alberta Museum, Government House Park, Neon Sign Museum, Brewery City Market and Liuyishou Hotpot.