Campus Tower Hotel

11145 87th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G0Y1, Canada
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Moving to Edmonton!

by Eilian

Hi!
My boyfriend and I are moving to Edmonton next October.

We're also looking for a nice, not too expensive townhouse to live in, and we're willing to pay about 700$ to 800$.

Do you have any suggestions which areas we should look at? We are 26 and 30 yr old.

Thanks for any help,

G

RE: Moving to Edmonton!

by YVRDave

I don't know the areas any more but have a look at this.
http://homes.canada.com/edmonton/results.aspx?category_id=2935&keywords=&keyoper=ANY&max=799&min=600&bedrooms=2

Also I think Montreal is known to have very low rental prices compared to other cities.

RE: RE: Moving to Edmonton!

by Eilian

Thank you, Dave.

For Montréal, it WAS known to have low rates, but all the French and Europeans come over and are ready to rent and buy for so much that the rates went very very high!

Ex : I was raised in the Plateau area, mom bought an apartment in 88 for 50K, and sold it 8 yrs after for 150k!! I also used to rent a 5 rooms flat for 550$ in 98, and the following year, after I left, it was already 950$!!!

It's crazy, when your salary is not much than 14$/h ;)

Adios, silly Montreal!

G

RE: RE: Moving to Edmonton!

by YVRDave

My friend that moved here from Montreal last year thinks Vancouver is double Montreal still.

RE: RE: Moving to Edmonton!

by Karlie85

The housing market is crazy in Edmonton right now. Like someone else mentioned, there aren't very many vacancies. I'm sure if you look around you will find something, though. Have you ever thought about renting a basement suite? Good luck!
Try this
http://www.places4rent.com/finder.asp?LOCID=97

http://www.homebase.ca/home/main/Edmonton/Rental/Rental_Properties_In_Edmonton.html

RE: Moving to Edmonton!

by MuzzledCow

This may come too late, but a pretty decent place to get a townhouse for that price is thru Midwest Properties. They own a bunch of townhouses / apartments in the city and they are pretty decent as landlords.

http://www.rentmidwest.com/

Re: Moving to Edmonton!

by java222

You absolutely will not find a townhouse for 700-800/month. You might find a bachelor appartment for that much.

There are townhouses on the west end by the mall that for a one bedroom are just over $1000, two bedrooms are $1300, three bedrooms are about $1500.

whatever you do DO NOT rent from boardwalk! They bump up the rent and provide CRAPPY service! They bumped my friends 2 bedroom condo up to $1500/month and wont do any damage repair on the property!

Travel Tips for Edmonton

go to Old Strathcona at night...

by mhadi

go to Old Strathcona at night - small pubs, restaurants. An amazing area of sophistication for a small city like Edmonton.

Downtown - although rather deserted, nevertheless well organized, clean and enjoyable to be in, especially in the summer. River Valley- Never seen a place like it before. It's like being in a forrest while you're in the middle of the city.

Whitemud, oddly enough. Driving down stretches of it is like driving in a park. The picture shows part of the River Valley seen from the Shaw Conference Centre on Jasper Avenue

Provincial Museum of Alberta

by Tolik

Provincial Museum of Alberta offers a fine introduction to the human and natural history of the province. This modern building contains four galleries, each devoted to a different aspect of Alberta’s natural and cultural heritage. A highlight, the Aboriginal Peoples Gallery, features all aspects of the lives of the original inhabitants of the western plains. 12845 102nd Avenue. You can visit the Provincial Museum of Alberta online. www.pma.edmonton.ab.ca/

Outdoor skating

by VTShounen

For a city that's so often slandered for its winters, surprisingly there is only a period of about 3 months in the year when the ice condition is good enough to skate on outside. The popular ones that I am aware of are: City Hall (the reflection pool in front of the main entrance), the Legislature (the little patch of ice down the hill from the flame in the back of the building), the Victoria Oval (big patch of man-made ice in Victora Park), Rundle Park and Hawrelak Park. The latter two are frozen man-made lakes in the river valley. Just bring your skates. If you need you can rent at some locations as well. Aside from that, no extra cost is involved. Cheap cheap fun.

Sheep Grazing...

by Rice_Paper

About an hour (or less) North of Edmonton lies Fort Saskatchewan. The unique thing about Fort Sask. is its sheep grazing attaction. Stop by and see sheep grazing in the middle of an urban area.

It's a rather interesting site. Mosey on down to the Tourist Info Office (Thurs to Sunday; around noon to 8 pm) for more info.

Whether you're into house or...

by Navihawk

Whether you're into house or trance, Edmonton has a diverse enough urban dance culture to handle all tastes and styles. Some of the region's most inventive DJs show their stuff to a young, hip audience that's ready to party. Looking for a night out, any night of the week? Check out what's happening and who's spinning! There are too many spots to enter. So, here are a few places.

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Address: 11145 87th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G0Y1, Canada