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1410 Inglewood

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Explore your neighbourhood

With a walk score of 79 and bike score of 99, living at 1410 Inglewood means you can get the majority of your errands done on foot. Inglewood is Calgary’s oldest neighbourhood, established in 1875 based along the Bow River. Bike, walk or run–the options and pathways are endless when you’re this close to the Bow River!

About a 10 minute drive is the Inglewood Golf & Curling Club, a beautiful 18-hole course that is situated along the Bow River and features beautiful views of the city. On your way to the golf course be sure to stop by Valleyview Park to get a glimpse of downtown Calgary, also a prime sunset spot.

 

 

 

Shopping & Dining

Inglewood was ranked #17 overall as one of the best neighbourhoods in Calgary for shopping and dining. It is a culture-filled district with over 220 businesses including restaurants, boutiques and local attractions. Some of Inglewood’s finest restaurants include:

  • Spolumbo’s – a place to grab a delicious Italian sandwich – did we mention they make their own bread?
  • Rogue – an award-winning, European-inspired restaurant perfect for a night out.
  • Without Papers Pizza – will satisfy your cravings with their thin-crust pizza made from scratch and cooked in a wood burning oven.
  • The Nash – located in a former 1990s hotel, it’s a spot for Canadian dishes.

Apart from dining, Inglewood has tons of boutiques with unique apparel and decor that you won’t find at the mall. Some of the clothing boutiques unique to Inglewood include Adorn Boutique, Espy and Moda Consignment. Whether you’re looking to spice up your closet or home, you are sure to find something for you.

 

Attractions

Minutes away is Calgary’s newest community – East Village. There is always something going on in this part of the city whether it’s a music or food festival, you’ll find something fun to do! Less than 10 minutes away is Calgary’s newest park- St. Patrick’s Island, which covers 30 acres of pathways, playgrounds, and amazing views of the city.

If you enjoy museums, we’ve got great news for you! Studio bell, home of the National Music Centre, is Calgary’s newest venue and a short 5 minute bike ride from Inglewood. The National Music Centre is more than just a museum, it’s also a place to discover new musicians and performers. Another nearby attraction is Fort Calgary, a national historic site and museum, only a 10 minute walk from Inglewood. Spend the afternoon exploring and learning about Calgary’s history or check out an event, each month there’s something different going on.

Looking for a fun daytime activity? The Calgary Zoo is only a 10 minute drive and home to exotic animals and a dinosaur park. Best of all, Inglewood is also home to some of Calgary’s most popular festivals including Sunfest, Fringe Festival, Music Mile and even seasonal night markets.