Mayland Heights Classic Charm
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This was the original Crossroads; it became part of Calgary in 1910 and saw its construction occur during the 1960's. You will find it between Deerfoot and Barlow Trails, filling the space between 16 Avenue NE and Memorial Drive.
See the yellow number 99 in this map? Nearly 6000 people live in this area.
Like Vista Heights to the north, MaylandHeights offers great views of downtown and the Rockies and has 19th Street running through the neighbourhood to serve as the main collector.
The Crossroads Community Association serves both these areas with a licensed hall and wheelchair access, featuring a lounge, kitchen stage meeting rooms and games room. Skating and Bingo are also available.
Other things that make this neighbourhood sought after are quiet and appealing streets mature trees and classic landscaping and handy anemities.
Transportation and Infrastructure
Crossroads gives prospective residents a chance to live in the inner city, close to downtown, 16 Avenue and Deerfoot Trail for a very reasonable cost. With Deerfoot nearby, the airport, deep south and Cross Iron Mills are all convenient to reach. With Memorial Drive on the south, downtown becomes a quick and easy destination as well. There is a C-Train station close by, giving even more options for commuting.
What about schools? In the public system, Mayland Heights School and Belfast School both have kids from kindergarten to grade 6. Grade 7 to 8 go to Colonel MacLeod School and 9s to Sir John Franklin School. Senior high school kids travel to Crescent Heights. In the Catholic system, the younger children, up to grade 6 start off at Holy Redeemer School, or St. Alphonsus or St Martha right up until grade 9. Older ones choose between St Francis or St. Mary's High Schools.
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