New Brighton

    Why is New Brighton a great Calgary community? Because it has a unique design — three green spaces around a lake. But that’s not the only reason. This community was developed by Carma Developers, proven in the Calgary area. 3,247 multi and single-family homes make up the community and they range in price from $400,000 to $650,000.

    New Brighton had a population of 8,303 in 2012, making it a large community relatively for Calgary. What are the borders of this community? 42nd Street to the west, McIvor Blvd to the east, McIvor Blvd to the south and and 130th Av to the north.

    Transit
    New Brighton has its own bus called the New Brighton Express, set on route 151. The Douglas Glen Station is the closest for residents.

    Parks & Recreation
    When residents of New Brighton want something to do, they don’t have to look further than their own community. After all, they have ample green space and even a lake to enjoy. But, what if they want something more? The Bow River, which runs throughout Calgary, is a short drive west and offers endless opportunities for walking, biking, hiking and more. When shopping is of interest, the Southpointe Shopping Centre offers more than enough retail outlets and service providers. Another unique feature of New Brighton is the location of the Southpaw Boxing Club right within its borders!

    Schools
    McKenzie Towne School, Centennial High School, Cardinal Newman School, and Mountain Park Middle make up the schools serving the New Brighton community.

    Houses of Worship
    There are many houses of worship around New Brighton, including the First Alliance Church, the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, the Anglican Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and McKenzie Town Church.