Aspen Woods in Calgary was built in 2001; the land was annexed 50 years before. The population was 5,271 in 2012 and these residents lived in 2,281 dwellings starting at a size of 2,000 square feet. With prices starting at seven hundred thousand and ranging up to $3M, this community is considered one of the most affluent in Calgary. Six neighborhoods make up the luxurious Aspen Woods: Castle Keep, Aspen Estates, Aspen Ridge, Aspen Stone, Aspen Hills and Aspen Meadows.
Bus route 456 serves Aspen Woods; busses stop twice within the community and move through it via a counterclockwise circle. Residents looking for the closest terminal will find it on 69th St.
Parks & Recreation
With the word “woods” in the name residents expect green space, and they get it with four large spaces spread throughout the community. A big perk of living in Aspen Woods is also the Westside Recreation Centre, something most Calgary communities don’t have. It includes an Aquatic Park, fitness workouts, track, badminton, wall climbing, ice skating, youth fitness activities, skateboarding, basketball, pathways and more.
Looking for shopping near Aspen Woods? The nearby Strathcona Square Shopping Centre and the Westgate Shopping Centre meet resident needs, and with luxury in mind, including stores such as Bonita Runway Ladies Wear.
Schools that serve Aspen Woods include Vincent Massey Junior High, John Costello Catholic School, Olympic Heights Elementary School and Ernest Manning High School.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship near Aspen Woods include RockPointe Church, the Korean First Presbyterian Church, the First Lutheran Church, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.