Kinokamau Plains Area Homes For Sale - Northwest Edmonton
Find the newest Kinokamau Plains Area homes for sale & real estate listings in Northwest Edmonton below. Kinokamau Plains Area is another budding residential neighbourhood in Edmonton. According to the Kinokamau Plains Area Structure Plan, the site of the new neighbourhood will comprise of about 670 hectares (1,650 acres) of land located in the northwest of Edmonton. It is bounded in the south by the Yellowhead Trail and in the northeast by the Sangudo rail line. To request up-to-date information about Kinokamau Plains Area neighbourhood properties for sale in Northwest Edmonton or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Kinokamau Plains Area real estate experts today.
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Kinokamau Plains Area Real Estate Market
The market has agricultural, residential, commercial, and industrial land, which is a main feature that catalyzes the area’s development. As of 2009, there were only 46 single detached homes that are already standing in the area. Those serve as dwellings to a lean population of just 122 people. Kinokamau Plains Area is expected to transform into a blooming residential community with easier and faster access to numerous amenities within it and in nearby neighbourhoods when its development gets into full swing. For now, many prospective homebuyers and developers are eyeing the community as a site for more residential, industrial, and even commercial developments.
The area of the Kinokamau Plains Area is historically an agricultural land. Industries that use clay and produce clay products have moved in to the area, where there is a huge clay deposit. Other private businesses eventually found advantages of building facilities in the community. In 1959, the western side of 184th Street at Mooncrest Park was subdivided into three parcels of land, each having 21 acres allocated for residential and industrial developments.
Kinokamau Plains Area Community Amenities
In January 1982, the Kinokamau Plains Area was initially annexed to Edmonton from the Parkland County. Since then, it has undergone several approvals for planning studies. In 1992, the Planning and Development Department of the city prepared its Servicing Concept Design Brief for the community. It intended to give way to more flexibility in line with innovative and unanticipated types of developments, servicing techniques, and land use patterns.
Kinokamau Plains Area Real Estate Agents
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