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Also known as the Lower Townsite, downtown Fort McMurray is located in the Clearwater River Valley. The main highway, Highway 63, is easily accessible and the residential areas of downtown are highly walkable.
In the Downtown community, plenty of homes are for sale at multiple price points which include single family homes, multi-family townhomes, condominiums, and apartments. Single family homes have driveways, detached garages and street parking while apartment buildings and multi-family townhomes have assigned parking in designated lots.
Residents have quick access to shopping, business, commercial and municipal amenities and services. The area is home to many strip-malls and the region’s only shopping mall.
There are also public facilities, such as the court house and a library. Residents can engage in outdoor recreational activities, parks, and walking trails. There are also many schools located here, such as Fort McMurray Composite High School, Dr. K.A. Clark Elementary School, Father Turcotte and the region’s only post-secondary institution, Keyano College.
Downtown 1 Bed 1 Bath 642sqft
Downtown 2 Bed 2 Bath 1232sqft
RE/MAX FORT MCMURRAY
Downtown 1 Bed 1 Bath 430sqft
SELLER DIRECT NORTHERN HOMES REALTY
Downtown 1 Bed 1 Bath 639sqft
COLDWELL BANKER FORT MCMURRAY
Downtown 2 Bed 2 Bath 1148sqft
Downtown 2 Bed 2 Bath 756sqft
ROYAL LEPAGE TRUE NORTH REALTY
Downtown 4 Bed 2 Bath 1040sqft
Stratten Gates Real Estate Ltd.
Downtown 2 Bed 2 Bath 743sqft
Downtown 2 Bed 1 Bath 822sqft
These statistics are based on data we got from the Remax website.
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Ok, now this is getting me really excited for our beautiful summers!
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By Amna NadeemFeb 19, 2020
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Keyano College is a post-secondary institution located in Fort McMurray.
I attended Keyano College for 2 years so I know it inside and out.
You may be a Keyano student (or planning to attend), and you might be wondering what there is to do in the neighborhood
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A Fresh, Chic, Cute Coffee Shop
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