Grosvenor Park is a residential neighbourhood and considered to be an upper-income area. It was the first community in Saskatoon designed to be smaller and more aesthetically appealing with less traffic and fewer intersections. The majority of homes were built between 1946 and 1970 on curving residential streets that were considered to be more modern at the time. Grosvenor Park shares the programming with the Varsity View Community Association which organizes events for both communities.
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Located in south-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan within the Nutana Suburban Development Area, Grosvenor Park is a residential neighbourhood that is home to 1,710* residents. Four parks and a shopping center strip mall service the residents of this community.
The neighbourhood is considered a middle-income area, with an median personal income of $34,990* and an average dwelling value of $384,347. Home ownership rate is 55.9%* in this area.
Commercial development is limited to the southern edge of the neighbourhood, where businesses lie within the 8th Street business district. Grosvenor Park Centre, a large strip mall complex with about 30 businesses, is located on the corner of 8th Street and Preston Avenue.It is Saskatoon's second-oldest shopping centre. There are 26 home-based businesses in the neighbourhood. T
he nearest public library serving Grosvenor Park is the Cliff Wright branch of the Saskatoon Public Library, which is located at the Lakewood Civic Centre on McKercher Drive.
No schools belonging to the Saskatoon Public School Division or the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division exist in Grosvenor Park. A former public elementary school, Grosvenor Park School, is now the Saskatoon Islamic Centre; they offer Quranic, Arabic and other Islamic studies on weekends during five months of the year. Public elementary school students who reside in the neighborhood attend Brunskill School in neighboring Varsity View.
Parks and Recreation
Four city parks can be found throughout the Grosvenor Park neighbourhood. Albert Oulton Park is located just off Garrison Crescent between Cumberland Ave and Leslie Ave. Grosvenor Park is located off Main Street by Copland Court. Latham Park is found within Latham Place and Rod V. Real Park is tucked in the corner behind Bate Crescent.
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