Hollick Kenyon Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $523K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,853
Avg. Price/SQFT $334

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Listings in Hollick-Kenyon Edmonton

In northeast Edmonton, Hollick-Kenyon is part of the Pilot Sound Area Structure Plan (ASP). In the early 1990s, the Hollick-Kenyon neighborhood plan was adopted. Hollick is a name for a person who Kenyon is bordered on the north by 167th Avenue, on the west by 59A Street collector highway, on the south by 153rd Avenue arterial roadway, and on the east by the 50th Street arterial highway's new route. The neighborhood's residential building began in the early 1990s, and the majority of it is now complete. Single-family residences are the most common housing type, though there are some regions with multi-family housing. A school/park complex is placed in the neighborhood's center, while a big stormwater lake is located in the neighborhood's south western quarter. Pedestrian linkages between residential and park areas are provided by a number of walkways. Residents may enjoy additional linear park space thanks to a pipeline corridor that runs east-west across the northern half of the neighborhood. Hollick-Kenyon, like all of the Pilot Sound neighborhoods, is named after Herbert "Bertie" Hollick-Kenyon (1897-1975), a prominent aviator who piloted aircraft over the Antarctic as part of the first charting of the continent. After serving in the Royal Flying Corps during WWI, Hollick-Kenyon was born in England and joined the Royal Flying Corps. After decades of exploration and search-and-rescue operations, Hollick-Kenyon joined Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1942 and remained with the company until 1962, when he retired. Hollick-Kenyon was inducted into Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame in 1973.