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About Buena Vista Saskatoon
The Buena Vista Saskatoon neighborhood is an area situated near the center of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is an older community, consisting of mainly low-density, single detached residences. As of 2011, the location is home to 3,271 residents. The area taken into consideration is a middle-income neighborhood, with typical household earnings of $67,170, Homes for sale in Buena Vista Saskatoon have a typical residence worth of $251,560 as well as 77.7% of homes are owned by occupants.
The Buena Vista Saskatoon neighbourhood in 1906 was within the city boundaries at the time of Saskatoon’s incorporation. The area to the west of Lorne Avenue was marketed by 3 Saskatoon realtors: W.H. Coy, A. MacDougall as well as F.E. Guppy. All 3 eventually had roads named after them; Coy Ave. is still around. In 1910 house lots in the area were being marketed for $275.
Buena Vista Park, created in 1911-1912, was developed by U. Morell, a noted landscape architect from Minneapolis. According to a 1913 map of registered communities, the shore section along the South Saskatchewan river was initially called the Monroe Addition. Most of property construction was done prior to 1946, with a smaller amount built up to the 1960’s. After a several years of little building and construction, infill housing began from 1996 to present day.
An important component of the area is Buena Vista School, an elementary school in the Saskatoon Public School System. It was made in the Collegiate Gothic design by Scottish designer David Webster, that had actually previously developed several similar-looking institutions (King George, King Edward, Albert, Westmount, Caswell and also Alexandra). The foundation was laid by school board secretary W.P. Bate on June 9, 1913 as well as the very first rooms opened on April 1, 1914.
Buena Vista Saskatoon Community Association
As one of Saskatoon’s historic east side communities, Buena Vista is represented by the Buena Vista Community Association, which itself is one of the oldest such associations in western Canada. With it’s close working relationship with Buena Vista School it is actively involved in maintaining the community outdoor rink and playground equipment on school grounds, even helping with school field trips. The Association draws on a strong core of volunteers to coordinate community events, leisure programs for all ages and sports programs for children/youth.