Bonnie Doon, Edmonton
Early residents of Bonnie Doon took advantage of the river valley views by constructing their residences in the northwest corner of the neighbourhood next to the Mill Creek Ravine and overlooking the North Saskatchewan River. During the inter-war years, Edmonton grew rather slowly, and by 1950 less than half of the present structures in Bonnie Doon had been constructed. After World War II and the discovery of oil at Leduc, Edmonton again underwent tremendous growth. Neighbourhoods like Bonnie Doon began to fill out. Bonnie Doon's development is still underway as structures are added each decade; much of this construction is in fact redevelopment as original structures are replaced by ones with a higher density of a different use. The neighbourhood is the site of one of Edmonton's first suburban shopping centres - Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre. Bonnie Doon has several interesting demographic features. The neighbourhood has large proportions of retired residents, individuals over 60 years of age and one and two adult households.
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Listing information last updated on September 30th, 2014 at 8:46am CDT.