What are the borders of Christie Park in Calgary? 69th St to the west, Sarcee Trail to the east, 17th Ave to the south and Strathcona Park to the north. Christie Park was built in 1990, while the land was annexed by the city in 1946. By 2012 the population of Christie Park had grown to 2,196 and this population lived in 728 estates. With an average annual income of $100,000 it’s no surprise that homes in the area go for $800k to $1M and more.
The CTrain bisects the community horizontally, with the station at 69th Street; here the terminal for bus route 98 is located as well.
Parks & Recreation
From its east to west side green space is interlaced through Christie Park. Located north is Strathcona Park, as well as Edworthy Park and Ernest Manning Athletic Park. Edworthy has a lot to offer simply being located on the banks of the Bow River, but it also provides much more, such as picnic shelters, barbecues, fire pits, a gazebo, picnic sites and a playground.
Indoor recreation is available at the Westbrook and Westgate Shopping Centres. Residents also can conveniently enjoy the Heritage Park Historical Village, Chinook Bowladrome, Kart World Family Fun Centre and Odeon Westhills Cinema just south of Christie Park.
Schools that serve Christie Park include Ernest Manning High School, Vincent Massey Junior High School and Olympic Heights Elementary.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship include the Abundant Life Church, the Grace Lutheran Church, the Unity Church of Calgary, the Rosscarrock Church of Christ, the Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church and Woodcliff United Church.