Rundle was first established as a Calgary Community in 1973 as one of four communities incorporated into an area of Calgary known as “The Properties”. With the Sunridge Mall immediately west of the neighborhood, Rundle is bounded to the north by 32nd Avenue, to the south by Trans-Canada Highway, to the east by 52nd Street, and to the west by 36th Street. With a population of nearly 12,000 people, Rundle’s properties vary though the vast majority of them are single-family detached homes. The neighborhood offers many amenities including being in close proximity to the Calgary International Airport, having access to the LRT system and major roadways such as the Trans-Canada Highway and Barlow Trail, and having Calgary’s bike pathway system located in Rundle.

Public school students of Rundle attend Rundle elementary, Cecil Swanson elementary, Dr. Gordon Higgins junior high, and Lester B. Pearson senior high school while Catholic school students attend St. Rupert elementary, St. Martha junior high, and Father Lacombe senior high school.

Calgary Transit offers several stops throughout Rundle and neighbouring communities in order to assist residents in their wishes to travel to other parts of Calgary for an affordable rate.

Predominantly a low density residential neighborhood, Rundle’s residents maintain a median household income of $50,000 with approximately 25% of residents being low-income. The neighborhood is very welcoming to one and all, no matter the type. Whether you’re a young professional, looking to settle down and begin a family, a senior, or are simply looking for a property that is safe for investment, Rundle offers the premiere Calgary experience in a friendly part of town.

Rundle represents a cultural diversity that is reflected throughout the city and this type of diversity is translated into the range of restaurants, bars, pubs, and nightclubs located only a few minutes’ drive from the neighborhood. For a night out on the town, the downtown core isn’t far off and for a romantic date at a quaint family-owned restaurant, there are several in neighbouring communities. Visit Rundle to find out what you’ve been missing. You’ll see that Rundle has plenty to satisfy anyone’s appetite.