Patterson Real Estate
Patterson Heights is a residential neighbourhood in the southwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by Sarcee Trail to the east and north, Bow Trail to the south, 69 Street to the west and Old Banff Coach Road to the south. Edworthy Park, developed in the Bow River valley, borders the community to the north and east across Sarcee Trail.
It is represented in the Calgary City Council by the Ward 6 councillor.
Before annexation, the area consisted of mostly acreages. It was named after the Patterson family, who owned much of the land. Prior to that, it was known as Broadcast Hill, for the 250 m (820 ft) CFCN re-transmission tower located here.
Originally, the University of Alberta was to be located on the site of the present day community; however, Edmonton was ultimately chosen as the site of the campus.
The lands were annexed to the city of Calgary in 1956 and Patterson Heights was established as a neighbourhood in 1983. During the planning phase, in the early 1980s, Patterson Heights was referred to as Strathcona Cell "A".
During the XV Olympic Winter Games in 1988, the Broadcast Hill Media Village was located in Patterson Heights. The apartments have since been converted into condominiums.
Schools & Education
--Prominence Way Retirement Community
--Schooner's Neighbourhood Pub
--Encompass Sports Therapy - Physiotherapy, Active Release Technique
--Coach Hill Fire Station No. 29
--The Hart Mansion
Parks & outdoor activities
--Patterson Heights playground
--St. Martin’s Anglican Church
Patterson Listings Summary
Patterson - Town vs. Region Stats
Avg Price in Patterson: $1,120,400 / Region Avg $531,500
Avg Sq. Ft. in Patterson: 1,679 / Region Avg 1,327
Avg Price per/sqft in Patterson:$667 / Region Avg $401
Avg Walkscore in Patterson: 28 / Region Avg 49
Avg Year Built in Patterson: 1994 / Region Avg 1993
Avg Days on Website in Patterson: 53 / Region Avg 71