I like to check out local hangouts and amenities like District Café, Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse, The Common, Good Earth Coffeehouse and Hive Fit Co.
For hockey games, concerts, and art and culture events, it’s easy to hop on the Capital and Metro transit lines and visit Rogers Place, Royal Alberta Museum, Citadel Theatre and the Art Gallery of Alberta.
I walk to work in heels because I am just minutes away from my office. Living in a modern, walkable, friendly, and exciting location surrounded by culture and art means I am in the heart of the city. I get what I need before I go home like groceries and other personal items, and on the plus side, I don’t need to drive my car everywhere.
I feel energized on my way to adventure, with access to literally everything. This means I can enjoy the type of lifestyle I want – while being efficient at the same time. If you like more physical activity in your commutes, Capital is a great place to live. I can walk or bike anywhere I need to go. When I need my vehicle for longer trips, I know it’s safe underground and I won’t have to brush the snow off. There are even electrical vehicle chargers too!