There’s a groovy, hip, trendy happening place to be in every city. Think of Greenwich Village – everyone knows where that is. Think of Yaletown in Toronto or Gastown in Vancouver.
Cool neighbourhoods have been a thing ever since people pitched tents along the railway tracks next door to Fort Calgary.
Inglewood, Ramsay, Mission, Cliff Bungalow, Beltline and the uber-popular East Village are some of the current obvious ones, and as far as a quadrant goes, the South West has had more than its fair share of popularity.
It’s time to set our sights on Calgary’s North West as the latest and greatest spot in Calgary’s urban landscape.
First, think of the fantastic amenities particularly in what might be called the outside inner-city ring. The…