Coach Hill was built in 1979, and by 2012 its population was 3,279. 1,480 dwellings make up the community and their prices range from $450,000 to $1,000,000 approximately. Though these prices aren’t necessarily high compared to the communities that surround Coach Hill, it is still part of a very affluent section of Calgary. What are the borders of the community? Bow Trail to the south, Coach Hill Road to the east and Coach Hill Road to the west, as well as Old Banff Coach Road to the south.
Coach Hill is served by bus route 93 which is currently detoured at Signal Hill.
Parks & Recreation
Within Coach Hill are a few green spaces but outside the community residents enjoy full-fledged parks. For example, northeast of the community is Edworthy Park. Features of the park include fire pits, a playground, picnic shelters, a gazebo, barbecue pits, and more.
Strathcona Square is a popular hub of shopping nearby. Because of the surrounding affluent communities, it caters to luxury and a diversity of services. Orthodontics, chiropractic services, audiology, dentistry, and retail stores like Splurge Flowers & Gifts, PurpleSaurus Kids & Teens Clothing, Eye Effects Optical, and Uniglobe One Travel are just a few of the shops available.
Schools that serve Coach Hill include Ernest Manning High School, Vincent Massey Junior High and Olympic Heights Elementary School.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship around Coach Hill include the Word of Life Christian Church, the Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, the St. Dennis Catholic Church, the Woodcliff United Church and the New Apostolic Church Canada.