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Albert Park-Radisson Heights Crime Statistics Update

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Albert Park-Radisson Heights Crime Activity was Down in February 2024 Albert Park-Radisson Heights Calgary experienced 14 crimes in February 2024, in comparison to 17 crimes...

Albert Park-Radisson Heights Real Estate Statistics Update

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In March 2024, the south east Calgary community of Albert Park-Radisson Heights had a median home ask price of $439,950 while the median home...
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Albert Park-Radisson Heights Business Classifieds

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Explore the City of Calgary Roadway Activities Map

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Change to Zoning in Our Community

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by Marie Barry, local resident Many residents of Calgary have read or are recently hearing about the City’s upcoming bylaws to change zoning to where...

Winter Cart Placement Tips

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Help Us Shape Calgary’s Future Floodplain Policies and Regulations

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Albert Park Radisson Heights


Profiled above are the last twelve month real estate statistics for the Albert Park Radisson Heights community in Calgary; including number of properties listed, number of properties sold, median asking prices, and median sold prices. To view current Albert Park Radisson Heights Real Estate listings for sale, click here.

Albert Park Radisson Heights: A Historic Calgary Community

Located in the vibrant Southeast of Calgary, Albert Park/Radisson Heights boasts a storied past steeped in history. Originating from the vision of real estate promoter Albert Smyth, this area was marketed as a prime investment opportunity, highlighting its picturesque parks, serene lake, charming windmills, racetrack, and lush gardens.

However, the community faced a pivotal turn in 1912 when real estate sales began to stagnate. Smyth and his partner devised an innovative plan to allure residents, laying railway ties to neighbouring towns and sparking rumours of an impending streetcar development. Eventually exposed, Smyth and his partner faced repercussions, leading to their departure and the railway ties repurposed as firewood.

Despite this setback, Albert Park flourished, and Radisson Heights emerged shortly after the 1960 annexation of Albert Park. Presently, Albert Park/Radisson Heights stands as a thriving community boasting ample green spaces and convenient access to shopping hubs and major highways. With breathtaking vistas of the Bow River Valley, downtown skyline, and majestic mountains, this area offers residents a picturesque and well-connected living experience.

Community Amenities and Lifestyle

310 28 Street SE Calgary,
Alberta T2A 0Y8
403-272-7317
Albert Park/Radisson Heights Community Association
[email protected]

Albert Park/Radisson Heights boasts an impressive selection of five schools, catering to diverse educational needs. From Radisson Park School, Bishop Kidd Junior High, Father Lacombe Senior High, Holy Elementary, to Sir Wilfred Laurier Bilingual Junior High, families have an array of options to ensure the perfect fit for their children’s education in this community.

Registered in 1970, the community association centre stands out with its vibrant mural, becoming a landmark of identity within the area. The centre is a hub of entertainment, featuring an array of activities like dartboards, snooker, pool, and shuffleboard, catering to varied interests. Additional amenities include a well-equipped community kitchen and a large-screen TV for gatherings and events.

Adding to the allure, the community association has expanded its offerings with the Skate Shack, a beloved local spot. Here, residents enjoy engaging in a game of shinny or skating, fostering a lively community atmosphere. Moreover, the Skate Shack amplifies the fun factor by providing access to video games, pool tables, and a foosball setup, ensuring there’s always something exciting for everyone to enjoy.