Castleridge, Calgary is a low density residential neighborhood thatís popular with first-time buyers, families, and retirees because of its affordably priced
homes. Castleridge is located in the northeast quadrant of the city and was established in 1980. Most of the homes in the neighborhood are single
family homes and townhomes that were built in the 1980s and 1990s, but there are also a few heritage homes in the area. Approximately 8% of the
neighborhood is made up of condominiums/apartments.
Castleridge, Calgary is bounded by 64th Avenue to the north, Falconridge Boulevard to the east, 44th Street E to the west, and McKnight Boulevard to
the south. The homes in Castleridge offer beautiful views of both the city and the mountains. Castleridge is also close to the cityís conveniences and is
located just east of the Calgary International Airport.
Westwinds Industrial Park, which features a newly expanded LRT station, is adjacent to Castleridge. Castleridge Mall, a bustling shopping plaza, is
located right on McKnight Boulevard. If you want to watch a movie, you can easily hop on over to London Towne Square to catch the latest flick. In
addition, along 32nd Avenue, there are several restaurants where you can dine whenever you desire a nice meal out.
Castleridge, Calgary offers plenty of recreational opportunities for its residents. The community is teeming with green space and pathways. Just to the
west of the community is the new Prairie Winds Park, which features an outdoor pool. The McCall Lake Golf Course is located to the west of the
community on 32nd Avenue, just before Deerfoot Trail. Castleridge is also in proximity to the Don Hartman North East Sportsplex, a community sports
facility that features two ice rinks, a full-sized gymnasium, a small fitness gymnasium, a dining lounge, and a sports bar.
The Falconridge/Castleridge Community Association is one of the most active community associations in Calgary. The association runs a community
centre that hosts eight preschool classes, including one for ESL students. The community centre also houses the North of McKnight community resource
centre, which offers a variety of social services to help residents, such as financial aid, immigrant services, and counseling. Additionally, within the
community centre, the Boys and Girls Club of Calgary has an office and recreational centre that features foosball tables and a pool. Thereís also a trailer
attached to the community centre that serves as a youth centre and features a pool table, concessions, video games, and other amenities. The
community centreís auxiliary hall is home to several community groups that cater to a diversity of needs and interests, including the Boy Scouts and Girl
Guides, Alcoholics Anonymous, a karate group, and dance groups.