University Heights Suburban Centre is considered a middle income area, has a current population of just over 1600 residents with a median personal income of $38,330* and homeownership is at 77.9%. University Heights is part of the University Heights Suburban Development Area. There are under 10 home-based businesses in the community of University Heights. Construction of homes in this area was between 1991 and 2010.
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University Heights, Saskatoon
University Heights Suburban Centre is a mixed development area with a lot of commercial development and 100% of homes are multi-unit dwellings. The land around University Heights Community is natural prairie grassland and is connected with the Meewasin Valley Trails.
Average Home Prices and Sales in2009
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University Heights neighbourhood provides residents a tremendous number of shopping opportunities, grocery stores, boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops, gas stations, banks, health clinics and health providers. There are a number of popular shops such as Shopper’s Drug Mart, Safeway, Starbucks and Bulk Barn.
The nearest branch of the Saskatoon Public Library is the Alice Turner Branch located on Nelson Road.
There are no elementary schools in University Heights Suburban Centre and children can attend schools in the neighbouring communities of Erindale, Willowgrove and Forest Grove. Two high schools in the neighbourhood of University Heights are Centennial Collegiate for the Saskatoon Public School Division and St. Joseph High School for the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools.
Parks and Recreation
There are two parks in University Heights community for residents: University Heights Park and Forest Park, as well as The SaskTel Sports Centre which is a large sports complex with a full-sized indoor soccer field, two indoor smooth surface fields, two outdoor soccer/football fields, an indoor walking/jogging track and a fitness centre. The Willowgrove-University Heights Community Association actively supports community involvement through activities, programming, sports and events.
*Data is current as of 2017
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