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Eastgate Business Park

The neighbourhood of Eastgate Business Park is situated within the city of Edmonton, Alberta.


The car is usually the favoured way to navigate Eastgate Business Park. It is very convenient to access a place to park. On the other hand, commuting by transit can be at times difficult in Eastgate Business Park due to the low service level. Nonetheless, residents are served by about 10 bus lines, and it is straightforward to get to a nearby bus stop from most houses. Eastgate Business Park is not very suitable for those who travel by foot as running day-to-day errands is impractical. In contrast, this part of Edmonton is reasonably appropriate for biking since this area features a fairly good bicycling infrastructure, and it is a flat ride to most destinations.


A portion of house buyers in Eastgate Business Park may have the option to do groceries on foot, while others will have to turn to a vehicle. There are also a limited number of choices for those who care about restaurants in close proximity. With respect to education, Eastgate Business Park does not have any high schools or primary schools. Moreover, daycares are not particularly plentiful and thus may require a rather long walk to get to.


Home buyers who prefer a slower-paced atmosphere will enjoy Eastgate Business Park. This part of Edmonton is quiet overall, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour. Finally, although the neighbourhood is not home to any green spaces, parks are very well-situated in nearby neighbourhoods, making it easy to access them.


In Eastgate Business Park, roughly 45% of buildings are single detached homes, whereas the rest are mainly large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and mobile homes. This area has a good choice of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Roughly two thirds of the population of this neighbourhood own their home while renters make up the remainder. Most of the housing growth in this part of Edmonton occurred between 1960 and 1980.