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Oliver is a community in west central Edmonton, named for Frank Oliver, an early pioneer. The community sits immediately west of Downtown, and serves in many ways as an extension of Downtown residential and commercial uses. The community’s boundaries are found at 124 and 121 Streets to the west, the river valley to the south, 109 Street to the east, and 105 Avenue to the north. Oliver is one of Edmonton's oldest inner-city communities, beginning development before 1900. The area was originally known as Edmonton's “West End”. The community's use is primarily residential with strong commercial threads, especially along major corridors. The residential units are mostly medium- and higher-density, comprised of around two-thirds mid- to high-rise apartments and condos, with nearly a third found in low-rise buildings. The remaining 5% are found in a range of other lower-density housing types. The population of Oliver is 18,123, with the majority of residents being renters.
Oliver’s location allows easy access to NAIT, Grant MacEwan, University of Alberta, and Concordia University, while downtown Edmonton is also just a short drive or walk away. The community is highly walkable, and has excellent transit connections, including several LRT stations near or just within Oliver. There are many commercial amenities within Oliver or nearby, including Oliver Square, Brewery District, and numerous community-level conveniences along other corridors. The large Kingsway Mall and the commercial centres of greater downtown Edmonton are also easily accessible. Oliver contains several parks and green spaces, such as Kitchener Park, Paul Kane Park, and Oliver Park. These parks offer gardens, playgrounds, sports fields, picnic facilities, and more. Oliver Arena and Oliver Outdoor Pool are located at Oliver Park. Victoria Park is also located just below Oliver on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, and the Victoria Golf Course and Royal Glenora Club are also found here. Oliver School and Grandin Elementary School are located within Oliver, while St. Joseph High School, St. Catherine Catholic Elementary/Junior High School, John A. McDougall School, Centre High, and Victoria School are all located nearby. Other notable landmarks in Oliver include part of the Grant MacEwan University campus, Edmonton General Hospital, the old Paroisse St. Joachim, St. Joseph's Catholic Basilica, part of the High Street district (124 Street), Victoria Promenade, the historic LeMarchand Mansion, Grace Lutheran Church, Anglican Parish of Christ Church, Robertson-Wesley United Church, and Mary Help of Christians Chinese Roman Catholic Church.
Listing information last updated on April 8th, 2020 at 7:01am CDT.