Radisson Place is unlike any other community you’ll find in Calgary. Located in a pretty residential area surrounded by family homes, parks and walking trails, these upscale one- and two-bedroom suites are close to everything you need to check off your daily errand list. Fill your days with quick walks to the recreation centre, hop on public transit for outings or spend time getting to know your neighbours on the property grounds.
*1 month free on a 12 month lease on select suites.
|One Bedroom Suites||$1131||View Sample Floorplan||Tell me more|
|Two Bedroom Suites||$1308||View Sample Floorplan||Tell me more|
Living at Radisson Place means being conveniently close to banking, the grocery store and pharmacy, restaurants and more. It’s everything you’re looking for.
These Calgary apartments come with beautiful views and an active lifestyle. With the Max Bell Arena, Bow Waters Canoe Club, Paradise Bowling Lanes and Albert Park Radisson Heights Community Centre all nearby, there are plenty of activities to choose from. Nearby parks include Valleyview Park, Fonda Park, Southview Park and Radisson Heights Park.
Shopping can be done at Forest Lawn Shopping Centre, Giant Tiger and Dollarama, and grocery stores like Merv’s No Frills, Mayfair Foods, Hong Kong Food Market and Calgary Co-op provide a lot of convenient food choices.
Close by are a number of restaurants including Fassil Restaurant, Aristocrat Restaurant & Bar, Phil’s Restaurant and A&W, and plenty of cafés like Lulu’s Café, Tim’s Café, Tim Hortons and Tomoka Coffee. Night life is right there too, and Kokonut Kove Pub & Grill, Tropicana 2000 Bar & Grill, Border Crossing and Blue Diamond Bar & Restaurant all offer a fun night out.
These apartments are close to bus stops that give you access to all of Calgary by transit, and walking to do daily errands can be done with ease. Cycling on the bike-friendly roads and trails take you throughout the city as well, and the Trans Canada Highway or 17 Avenue will connect you to Calgary as a whole and throughout Alberta.
Transit Score: 58
A number of bus stops outside your door make travel a snap around Calgary.
Walk Score: 82
It’s a quick walk to do all your daily errands whether it’s shopping, banking or having a fun night out.
Cycling Score: 79
Pathways and bike trails easily connect you to the neighbourhood as well as the rest of the city.
17 Avenue also known as the Trans Canada Highway is a major link to the rest of Calgary and Alberta.