Bergman Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $526K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,977
Avg. Price/SQFT $335

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When the rich coal seams underneath the earth were identified and coal mining began in 1910, the residential area today known as Bergman began to emerge. The Village of Beverly was established in 1913, taking its name from the town of Beverly in Yorkshire, England. Beverly was constituted as a municipality in 1914, when the population had reached 1,000. 50th Street was the dividing line between Edmonton and Beverly. Beverly's fortunes were inextricably linked to the local coal industry, and the town developed and declined in lockstep. When the last mine closed in 1952, the town had a population of 2,000 people. The Beverly Bridge, which connects the town's main roadway (118th Avenue) with the main highway to the east, opened a year later (Highway 16). Beverly eventually began to develop as a residential suburb, attracting employees from adjacent industries and petrochemical factories. Beverly, which had a population of 9,000 people at the time, was absorbed into the City of Edmonton in 1961. Bergman was a neighborhood in the old town's northeastern section. In the decade leading up to amalgamation, the southern part of Bergman shared in the residential construction boom experienced by the Town of Beverly. Much of south Bergman was developed but municipal services were not extended to the northern part of the neighbourhood until a major subdivision re-plot was initiated in 1974. As a result of re-subdivision and the construction of municipal service lines, significant new residential construction took place during the 1980s. Almost half of the homes in Bergman were built during this period Bergman was named in honour of Gustave C. Bergman, who was the first Mayor of the Town of Beverly.