Tuxedo Park’s public school students attend Buchanan elementary, Mount View elementary, or Rosemont elementary followed by Georges P. Vanier junior high and then Crescent Heights senior high or James Fowler senior high school. The Catholic school students found within Tuxedo Park’s borders attend the nearby St. Joseph elementary and junior high before graduating to St. Mary’s or St. Francis senior high school.
With Tuxedo Park, you have the opportunity to visit the downtown core, create memories, and have an unforgettable night – all within walking distance of your place of residence. Explore the commercial aspects of what Calgary has to offer set alongside the arts & culture featured throughout the city. Entrance yourself with some of the city’s premier talent or indulge in your favourite Calgary restaurant – all within walking distance of Tuxedo Park.
The community is home to several single detached residential homes – some of which are being targeted presently for infill re-development. The Tuxedo Park community association is based in the area’s central park, where the neighborhood got its’ name, and hosts several acclaimed activities year-round for families, couples, and individuals of all ages to partake in.
Those interested in making it out to the downtown centre regularly that don’t own a vehicle are afforded the benefit of over a dozen Calgary Transit stops located throughout Tuxedo Park that will accommodate any Calgary wanderlust.
Tuxedo Park is the perfect hideaway amidst the arts and culture of Calgary. Find your piece of Calgary and hang on. You’re invited to Tuxedo Park to take in the surroundings and decide if this is the neighborhood is right for you. For young professionals looking for affordability in housing but proximity to the downtown core, Tuxedo Park is perfect. Go big or go home. Whether it’s grand ambitions or you’re simply looking for a neighborhood with a pulse, Tuxedo Park will no doubt meet and exceed your expectation.