Inglewood Real Estate Statistics

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

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Property Types (active listings)

Listings in Inglewood Edmonton

J. Norris Sr. and R. Logan bought land on the trail between St. Albert and Edmonton in 1882 and named it Inglewood. Norris was a Scottish-born Hudson Bay Company employee who went on to work as a wagon freighter, a sawmill operator, and a partner in Norris and Carey, a local merchandising firm. In 1904, a portion of the area was annexed to Edmonton, and the rest was annexed in 1920. The name Inglewood first appeared on a subdivision plan in 190 and until the 1920s, the area was also used as a campsite by First Nations communities while they did business in the city. The extension of the electric streetcar line to Alberta Avenue (118) via 124 Street in 1913 sparked development in the area which lasted until 1948. The neighborhood was developed as a low density residential neighbourhood until the 1950s, and this began to change where low-density residential units accounted for a small percentage of units in the neighborhood by the 2000s, with the majority of units being found in medium and higher-density residential structures. As its proximity and access to shopping and employment centres fostered apartment development along major traffic routes and commercial corridors. Off Groat Road, the Bel Air apartment complex is an example of a large-scale apartment complex from the 1950s.