Apart from retail properties located along the west side of University Avenue, this district, in the west of Charlottetown, is almost exclusively residential.
The district includes a broad mix of residents, with some of the largest houses in the city along Queen Elizabeth Drive, but there are also less-affluent areas around Queen Street north of the downtown. There are numerous schools in the area.
Formerly the Charlottetown-Spring Park district, the northern and southern borders changed in the 2006 redistribution, so the new district lies to the south of Belvedere Avenue, with Euston Street as the southern border.
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- Updated: Nov 29, 2007, 02:25 AST
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