City Park

Average Home Sale Price, 2013: $305,157
Average Home Sale Price, 2012: $271,998
Average Home Sale Price, 2011: $260,256
Average Home Sale Price, 2010: $260,653

City Park is a quaint little neighbourhood north of downtown full of unique architectural designs. Most of the residential construction happened in the first half of the 20th Century and is a neighbourhood filled with history. City Park is home to Saskatoon City Hospital which opened in 1909 as Canada's first municipal hospital. Children will love spending time at Kinsmen Park, a family friendly small amusement park re-opening in the summer of 2014. As well as the rides, there is a playground, picnic areas and a paddling pool. Across from Kinsmen Park you will find the Mendel Art Gallery. The Mendel Art Gallery was named after Mr. Fred Mendel, the founder of Intercontinental Packers; a meat packing plant which was ultimately built into a world-wide empire. Mr. Mendel was an avid art collector and a huge financial contributor to the building of the art gallery and conservatory. You can enjoy Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan performances during the summer months in an outdoor venue behind the Mendel Art Gallery. Shakespeare On The Saskatchewan is a presentation of traditional Shakespeare with a modern-day twist.


Though City Park itself has limited amenities, the neighbouring Central Business District neighbourhood has lots to offer.


Suggested Elementary Schools:


North Park Wilson Elementary School (Public School)

1505 9th Avenue North



St. Paul (Catholic School)

1527 Alexandra Avenue



Suggested High Schools:


Marion M. Graham Collegiate (Public School)

602 Lenore Drive



Bishop James Mahoney High School (Catholic School)

231 Primrose Drive



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