MISSION & CLIFF BUNGALOW
Mission & Cliff Bungalow’s central location and close proximity to the Elbow River, downtown, shops & restaurants makes it a highly sought after area.
Its thriving 4th Street is packed with local shops and distinct restaurants. Patios entice patrons to relax and enjoy the energy of the area, while Indian, Italian, Mediterranean, French, Chinese, Japanese restaurants offer a world of flavours.
Walkable, sought-after, lively, delightful. There’s only one Mission.
Walkable from downtown, this is one of Calgary’s desirable inner city neighbourhoods. If you’re lucky enough to live here, you’ll know why.The Elbow River borders the Mission / Cliff Bungalow on the north and east, wonderful for people who love Calgary’s river pathways, and strolling through Lindsay Park is always a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. For foodies, there’s lots of restaurants and eateries of all kinds on 4 Street, including a Safeway if you feel like crafting your own creation at home.
The Repsol Sports Centre is home to fun-filled activities, including swimming pools, weight training centers, running tracks and much more. If you’d rather get some exercise outside, the Elbow River Pathway is only steps away, where you can go for a run, walk or bike ride. This community has something for everyone, and renters who want a peaceful neighborhood will find it really attractive.
Opening up like a main street in a small town, 4th Street is bursting with flowers in the summer and alive with people careening around corners or relaxing on a patio with a coffee in hand. Lined with boutique shops, great restaurants and historic buildings, the 4th street shopping area is as quaint as it is trendy.
“It feels like a small town, all the business owners know one another and it’s just such a welcoming community that comes together so easily.”
The street is also home to Calgary’s first street festival of the summer season: the Lilac Festival. Every May, the street fills up with over 100,000 Calgarians listening to music, trying some new food or having a pint in the sun.