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Anthony Henday Energy Park

Anthony Henday Energy Park is a neighbourhood within Edmonton, Alberta, which is located in the Greater Edmonton metropolitan area.


The best method to get around in this part of Edmonton is very often driving. It is very convenient to park, and nearby highways are very easy to drive to from any location in this part of Edmonton. However, the public transit service in Anthony Henday Energy Park is not very frequent. Travelling on foot is not very practical for property owners in this part of Edmonton since meeting day-to-day needs is impractical. Cycling is also difficult in Anthony Henday Energy Park because the topography is not especially flat, and the bicycling network is quite poor.


Anthony Henday Energy Park does not contain any high schools or primary schools. Likewise, parents may find it very difficult for their schoolchildren to get to daycares on foot. In terms of eating, doing one's groceries very often demands the use of a car in Anthony Henday Energy Park.


Due to the presence of very few pedestrians, Anthony Henday Energy Park remains relatively calm. Parks aren't well-located, which makes it rather difficult to reach them. Despite that, there are a few green spaces nearby for residents to explore.


The homes in this part of Edmonton are very new, since almost all of its dwellings were built following the year 2000, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed 1960. Over half of the housing stock of this neighbourhood is made up of small apartment buildings and single detached homes, while the remainder are mainly townhouses. Homeowners occupy roughly 80% of the properties in Anthony Henday Energy Park and 20% are rented. This part of the city is primarily composed of two bedroom and three bedroom homes.