Rundle, Calgary is a mature residential neighborhood located in the northeast quadrant of the city. Established in 1973, Rundle was named after Robert
Terrill Rundle, a missionary who did work in Western Canada in the mid-1800s. Rundle is one of four communities that were built in northeast Calgary
during the 1970s. Together, the communities are known as “The Properties.”
Rundle, Calgary has a population of around 11,250. Rundle is a sought-after neighborhood because it is located near major arterial routes, recreational
areas, and shopping venues. It is situated in close proximity to the communities of Pineridge and Marlborough Park.
Rundle, Calgary is bounded by 32nd Avenue N to the north, the Trans-Canada Highway to the south, 52nd Street E to the east, and 36th Street E to the
west. Sunridge Mall is located immediately west of Rundle, while the Calgary International Airport is located to the community’s northwest. Rundle is
served by the C-Train LRT system’s Rundle station and has quick access to major roadways, including the Trans-Canada Highway and Barlow Trail.
Rundle, Calgary is a low-density residential neighborhood that offers a variety of charming, affordably-priced homes. The neighborhood is made up of
mostly single family detached homes, but it also has some townhomes. Prices for townhomes start in the mid-$100,000s, while prices for single family
homes range from the high-$200,000s to just under $400,000.
Rundle, Calgary is served by Rundle Elementary, Cecil Swanson Elementary, and Dr. Gordon Higgins Junior High, which are public schools, and St. Rupert
Elementary, St. Rose of Lima Elementary and Junior High, and Rundle Academy, which are private schools. Rundle is also located near several shopping
venues. For example, Rundle residents can head to Sunridge Mall, which features over 160 shops and services. In addition, getting to other parts of the
city from Rundle is easy because of the neighborhood’s easy access to public transportation. The LRT system runs along 36th Street.
Parks and Recreation
Rundle, Calgary is connected to a regional bike pathway system and is located near the Village Square Leisure Centre, which is best known for its wave
pool and water slides. There are also numerous pathways and green spaces located throughout Rundle. Chestermere, which is built around a lake that’s
popular for fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, fishing, and a variety of other water sports, is located just 15 minutes east of Rundle via 16th Avenue.