Why Blue Quill Is Worth a Lifelong Visit
Named after the Saddle Lake Band's famous Chief Blue Quill, this community exchanges the McMansion-style housing and layouts of some other neighbourhoods for nice yards, expansive parks and pleasant open spaces. Elementary schools and community league facilities blend with villas and classic 1970s homes that make the area perfect for the upwardly mobile, but it's not just a transitional spot. Although a significant number of residents move on after a while, those who choose to stay here know that they can enjoy neighbourly attitudes, ready connections to the city and ample opportunities without feeling pressured.
Stay Close While Getting Away from It All
Blue Quill is close to major thoroughfares like 111 Street and 23 Avenue, but it also isn't too far from wilderness areas, such as the highly explorable Blackmud Creek Ravine and Whitemud Creek Ravine. Its position adjacent to the Century Park LRT station also means that it's ideal for people who want to explore the heart of the city without getting behind the wheel. Like many Edmonton subdivisions, it features numerous walking paths that make it easy to stretch one's legs and discover new vantage points at a leisurely pace.
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Growing Families Start Their Journeys Here
Blue Quill's proximity to shopping also makes it a highly convenient place for those with families. With the chance to access one of the definitive southwest Edmonton retail zones at Southgate Centre as well as clubs rife with golf, skating and skiing, it's clear why busy people who crave recreation love this community. From its single-family dwellings to the many row houses and duplexes, Blue Quill is a far cry from the dense apartment blocks one might expect from urbanized regions. Nonetheless, it offers ready access to the downtown fixtures that make life in this Albertan city so rewarding.