Mccauley Edmonton Homes For Sale

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Edmonton was founded in 1892 as a town with a population of around 700 people. The Ross Flats or the area east of 101 Street near Jasper Avenue housed the majority of the population at the time. McCauley had been substantially subdivided but had seen little growth until the new century, named after Edmonton's first mayor, the colourful Matthew McCauley.

Edmonton was founded as a city in 1905, and a streetcar line was established in 1908. By 1912, the line's northeastern expansion had passed through the heart of McCauley, and development had begun.

McCauley has had some renovation throughout the years, but the neighbourhood remains primarily residential, with minor commercial and industrial land uses. McCauley is bordered on the south by the CNR right-of-way, and on the west and north by two major highways (101 Street and Norwood Boulevard).

Several major highways run through the area, and commercial establishments from Edmonton's Little Italy and Chinatown neighbourhoods are concentrated here. A multitude of churches grouped around 96 Street ("Church Street") and Commonwealth Stadium are other notable land uses.

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