- Apartment for rent
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- View Listing
Various Incentives Available! *Please call to inquire.
Free early move in and 2 months at 1/2 price rent on a 18 month lease.
Residents of Queensgate Manor Can Receive 40% off Telus Home Services or Exclusive Deals with Shaw!! *See site manager for details, subject to Telus/Shaw availability & conditions.
Queensgate Manor is a perfect choice whether you are walking, driving, biking or busing to work or play. With the Stadium, LRT Station and River Valley trails all within minutes, you will have plenty of options. This family friendly building has one and two bedroom suites with a dishwasher, private balcony or patio and wood fireplace (some suites). Close to grocery stores, schools, parks, a health care centre and many other amenities, this is the optimum choice for your new home. Heat, water & one parking stall included. Cats only permitted (upon approval, fees apply). Security Deposit only $499.
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Professionally Managed By Mayfield Management Group Ltd.
Rates, deposits and incentives are based on applicable lease terms, on approved credit and are subject to change without notice, some conditions apply. Photographs are for advertising purposes only and may not be of the actual suite available.
Boyle Street is one of the oldest parts of the city, and is named for lawyer John Robert Boyle.89
The origin of the name 'Boyle Street' lies in the original street layouts of the area. Prior to the adoption of the grid system, the district had its avenues running northsouth and its streets running eastwest (which contrasts with the modern road system in Edmonton). Boyle Street was an eastwest throughway which roughly corresponds with the modern 103A Avenue.
Boyle Street was originally the downtown of Edmonton, when the current downtown was under the Hudson's Bay Reserve Lands. Later, land was sold by Hudson's Bay Company, and development occurred on the modern downtown.
Boyle Street has some of the highest concentrations of old buildings in Edmonton.
Many of the buildings in the area were destroyed during the 1970s, largely as the city removed old and derelict housing and redeveloped the area.
According to the 2001 Federal Census, 42.3% of the occupied private dwellings in Boyle Street were constructed during the 1970s, with a further 14.8% constructed during the following decade. The 2005 Municipal Census reports that 80% of the 3,486 dwelling units in the neighbourhood are apartment style dwellings with a further 15% being rooming houses or collective residences.
Many sites left vacant by demolition during the 1970s were never redeveloped, leaving the area with a patchwork of vacant lots, parking lots and historic buildings. Most of the buildings that escaped demolition were spared because of their Edwardian structures or because they had been previously designated as heritage buildings.