Located Northeast in Saskatoon, University Heights is made up of medium to high-density multiple-unit condominiums. According to MLS listings, as of 2016, the average amount for a condo was $268,684.
There are two schools located in University Heights:
Centennial Collegiate is a public high school located at 160 Nelson Road. For more information about this public high school, click here:
St. Joseph High School is a Catholic high school located at 115 Nelson Road. For more information about this Catholic high school, click here:
Alice Turner Branch Library was opened in 1988 and was named after Alice Turner, who was an employer for 37 years and the chief librarian from 1981 to 1989. Alice Turner Branch Library is located at 110 Nelson Road. For more information about Alice Turner Branch Library, click here:
Holy Family Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Church located at 123 Nelson Road. For more information about this Roman Catholic church, click here:
There is one park in the area, along with the SaskTel Sports Centre. For more information about SaskTel Sports Centre, click here: The park is as follows:
Commercial development focuses on the Erindale Shopping Centre, where there are many strip-mall buildings, along with a Co-op as well as five major Canadian Banks. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal, ScotiaBank, and TD Bank. At the corner of Attridge Drive and McOrmand Drive, there are more strip-mall buildings, along with a Shoppers Drug Mart, and a Safeway.
The Chopped Leaf is located at 1820 McOrmond Drive and is known for serving fresh food and having a great atmosphere. For more information about Chopped Leaf, click here:
University Heights is 6.0 km from the University of Saskatchewan. For bus route, click here:
University Heights is 8.7 km from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kelsey Campus. For bus route, click here:
Willowgrove University Heights Community Association is the Willowgrove and University Heights website that displays news and upcoming events in the community. For more information about what is happening in this neighborhood, go to www.wuhca.ca