It was developed by a group headed by Acheson Irvine, Major John Stewart and James Macleod. Atlantic Avenue, now Ninth Avenue, was the first “main street” in the city.
Today, the neighbourhood is a shopping and arts district with multiple parks and pathway system that runs adjacent to the river. Nature reserves include the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, the Bow Habitat Station, Inglewood Wildlands Park, and the Sam Livingston Fish Hatchery. It is directly across the Bow River from the Calgary Zoo, and St. Patrick’s Island, and across the Elbow river from Fort Calgary Historic Park.
Inglewood is located just east of the downtown core and bordered by The East Village, Ramsay and the Bow River.
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