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New buildings and businesses connect modern-day Calgarians to the area’s past, giving a nod to Mission’s unique history.
A historic community with roots in Calgary’s founding citizens. Once a scattered array of war-era houses, Mission homes are now central to a wonderful pedestrian stroll and the 4th Street corridor has been transformed by an influx of trendy shops and fun-filled restaurants and nightlife. Casually elegant and heavenly sinful Mission day and nightlife range from Wurst to best. Dotted with lounges, pubs, and overlooked by condos and townhomes. Experience the vibrant nature of and that makes this area one of Calgary’s hottest real estate markets.
f you’re in search of “foody”, “cosy”, “established” or “vibey”, then a detour into the southwest neighbourhood of Mission should be on your to-do list. Located within easy walking distance from Calgary’s downtown and 17th Avenue, Mission has food, fun and finery packed into a compact corner of the city.
Originating as Notre Dame de la Paix, the area later became known as Village of Rouleauville, a mission district created to attempt to maintain a strong French speaking Catholic community in 1899. But by 1907 the area was overwhelmingly English and was annexed by the City of Calgary.
Mission is located in the inner city of Calgary, AB and bordered by The Elbow River, Erlton, Cliff Bungalow and the Beltline.
From restaurants to organic grocery stores, you can find highly rated Mission shops & services in the hood.