Located near the center of Saskatoon, Nutana is made up of single detached houses and condominiums. According to MLS listings, as of 2016, the average amount for a house was $480,940.
Nutana is known as the first settlement of what now makes up the city of Saskatoon, and was established in 1883.
There are three schools located in Nutana:
Oskayak High School is a Catholic high school located at 919 Broadway Avenue. For more information about this Catholic high school, click here:
Nutana Collegiate is a public high school located at 411 11th Street East. For more information about this public high school, click here:
École Victoria School is a public elementary school located at 639 Broadway Avenue. For more information about this public elementary school, click here:
There are seven parks in the area and all are organized by the Nutana Community Association. The parks are as follows:
During summer, many festivals take place in Broadway. During May, the largest bicycle race in Saskatchewan called Bikes of Broadway takes place. In June, the Broadway Art Encounter takes place over a weekend where local artists show their work. The Fringe Festival occurs during August, where local artists gather to sell their merchandise. The Broadway Street Fair includes a sidewalk sale, silent auction, children games, live music and an art show occurs in September. Flicks International Film Festival for Young People also occurs in September and is at the Broadway Theater featuring children’s films.
Broadway Café is known for serving great portions of food in a 1950s atmosphere. For more information about Broadway Café, click here:
Nutana is 2.9 km from the University of Saskatchewan. For bus route, click here:
Nutana is 4.7 km from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kelsey Campus. For bus route, click here:
Nutana Community Association is the Nutana website that displays news and upcoming events in the community. For more information about what is happening in this neighborhood, go to www.nutana.ca