Airdrie Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
AIRDRIE, ALBERTA

Airdrie is a Canadian city in the province of Alberta.

It is about 32 km north of Calgary and covers an area of 33.10 km2 square kilometers.

It has a population of over 42,564 people and has been experiencing a growth rate of 7.48%.

Airdrie was named after a town in Scotland and its history was originally linked with the railway that runs through it.

There are many reasons as to why Airdrie is a great place to run a business.

Business tax in the city is non-existent, which allows for more savings for businesses in the area.

The city is in a great location that allows access to major highways and airports.

Airdrie boasts a 91% satisfaction rate for doing business, according to the city’s Business Satisfaction Survey.

KEY FACTS:

Airdrie, Alberta

Airdrie, Alberta
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Alberta

  • Population: 42,564

  • Area:

    City: 33.10 km2

economic

Economic

The main business sectors in Airdrie include manufacturing, environmental industries and transportation.

The manufacturing industry employs 10% of the workforce in the city and has one of the lowest unionization rates in Canada.

A few strong companies in the environmental sector call Airdrie home such as eCycle Solutions and Newalta. The city also works to back the industry by implementing recycling projects.

The transportation industry thrives on distribution and redistribution with many large retailers choosing the city for their distribution centres.

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Entertainment and Tourism

Airdrie has many attractions that cater to both residents and visitors. Golf coursesand shopping and dining opportunities are scattered throughout the small city. CrossIron Mills Outlet Mall is located here and provides shoppers with a variety of quality stores to shop at. Nose Creek Museum allows visitors to look back at the city’s history and learn about what made the place what it is today.

There are a few events that attract people to Airdrie during the year. One of the most notable is the Airdrie Festival of Lights that takes place in December. Many activities take place during the festival including performances, parades and visits to Santa.

Entertainment and Tourism
Neighbourhoods

Main Sections of the City

Airdrie is made up of several important communities, for example Bayside, Woodside, King’s Heights and Coopers Crossing.

Southern area

The southwest area of the city includes the neighbourhoods of Bayside and Coopers Crossing. These communities are close to parks, schools and retail stores. This area borders the Queen Elizabeth II Highway, providing access to the rest of the city.
The southeast area of the city comprisesKing’s Heights. King’s Heights is directly alongside a commercial area that includes shopping and other services. Dining options are just north of the community.École Francophone d’Airdrie can be found here as well.

Neighbourhoods

The northeast area

The northeast area of the city has the communities of Woodside and Williamstown. This area is close to schools and other amenities. Attractions are also close with golf courses and parks nearby.

Center

In the central area of the city is the community of The Village. The Village is close to schools, shopping and dining. Its situation beside the highway provides easy access to all areas of the city.

Real Estate Market

Bayside is made up of single-family homes and condominiums. Many of the homes in this area include private water access. The homes are generally large and beautiful but sometimes come with a surprisingly affordable price tag.
Coopers Crossing has single-family homes. The homes here look very modern and many have attached garages. They are affordable and close to many amenities.
King’s Heights includes condominiums, apartmentsand single-family homes. The apartments here can be rented and vary in size and price, but overall it is generally affordable. Single-family homes are mostly spacious and include yards that are perfect for kids.
The Village provides attached homes, detached homes, bungalows and commercial spaces. Both the residential and commercial properties are quite affordable.The homes are also close to the Queen Elizabeth II Highway, providing easy access to other parts of the city.

  • Average Detached Home Price: $467,989
  • Average Apartment Rent Price: $933
Home Style Median Price
Home $409,330
Apartment $191,631
Townhouse $269,338

Data source: Bōde Canada report for 2020/2021.

Education

Education

The school board that serves Airdrie is Rocky View Schools. This board includes elementary, secondary, French immersion and Christian schools. The Calgary Catholic School Division has three schools located in Airdrie.École Francophone d’Airdrie is a Francophone school within the area. This provides a diverse range of options for school-age students.
As for post-secondary options, Airdrie is in close proximity to Calgary, which offers many different educational establishments to choose from. The University of Calgary, Athabasca University and Alberta College of Art and Design are only some of the options near Airdrie. Bow Valley College is also based in Calgary but has a campus in Airdrie as well.

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