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Live in the inner city Calgary community of Sunalta. Our Sunalta 19 property has apartments for rent in Sunalta along 11 Avenue SW. This residential community neighbors downtown, just East of Crowchild Trail and South of Bow Trail.
The community of Sunalta has an array of apartments as it has the charm of a residential community while being blocks away from downtown.
Sunalta 19 residents have accessibility to the Sunalta LRT / CTrain station a few blocks away, providing residents access to rapid transportation.
Our Sunalta apartments come with:- Renovated suites- In-suite storage- Upgraded appliances (stove, fridge, oven, etc.)- Laminate flooring- Secure entry- Covered parking available- & more.
Rent rates subject to change without notice. Email for availability.
Sunalta is a young, hip, and vibrant neighborhood just west of downtown. Blending the best of Calgary's urban lifestyle amenities with the comforts of inner-city living, a quick stroll through the area tells you everything you need to know about why its popularity is booming.
Bright and sunny green spaces distinguish this area from the towering concrete and steel of the downtown and the retail and dinner club bustle of the Red Mile. The area is known for the mid and higher-rise residential buildings visible when passing by the community, but a closer look reveals an artsy residential area where the building you pass on that tree-lined street is as likely to be a stoic century home as a bustling young low-rise.
This is where the 10th Avenue arts district has taken shape, with theater troupes and galleries among the familiar faces there. Cool restaurants with millennial credibility like the Cluck and Cleaver, and great coffee spots like Société (and Starbucks, of course) are cementing the area's popularity while attracting more and more hip young businesses and their clientele. The addition of Two House Brewing Company a few years ago (a local craft brewer occupying one of Calgary's most innovative commercial spaces) brought sudsy smiles to many hipster faces, too. With 61% of the area already comprised of Millennials and Generation Z, something is working.
The walkability is another significant draw. Only a short distance to the hottest nightlife in the city along the Beltline; both the organic community grocery store and the bigger supermarket chains are nearby; the Sunalta LRT station means the rest of the city is just a carbon-friendly ride away. Mainstreet's Sunalta 1913 boasts an impressive WalkScore of 81, meaning the area is not just convenient but truly lends itself to that sustainable lifestyle which drives the decision-making of many young consumers. The City's cycling strategy has made Sunalta very bike-friendly, too, something which will only improve as the city expands its 12th Avenue cycle track into the neighborhood. Mainstreet capitalizes on the city's cycling strategy by acquiring properties located along existing and planned cycle routes, further contributing to both a reduced carbon footprint and increased millennial appeal.
Community, walkability, sustainability, amenities, opportunity: Sunalta isn't just the latest hip neighborhood, it's a neighborhood whose time has come.