Olympic Village in Patterson overlooking Sarcee Trail
|• Mayor||Naheed Nenshi|
|• Administrative body||Calgary City Council|
|• Councillor||Jeffrey Davison|
|Elevation||1,205 m (3,953 ft)|
|• Average Income||$78,786|
|Website||Patterson Community Association|
|Coach Hill Patterson Heights Community Association www.chph.ca. And on Facebook CHPHcommunity.com|
Patterson Heights is a residential neighbourhood in the south-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded by Sarcee Trail to the east and north, Bow Trail to the south, 69 Street to the west and Old Banff Coach Road to the south. Edworthy Park, developed in the Bow River valley, borders the community to the north and east across Sarcee Trail.
Before annexation, the area consisted of mostly acreages. It was named after the Patterson family, who owned much of the land. Prior to that, it was known as Broadcast Hill, for the 250 m (820 ft) CFCN re-transmission tower located here.
The lands were annexed to the city of Calgary in 1956 and Patterson Heights was established as a neighbourhood in 1983. During the planning phase, in the early 1980s, Patterson Heights was referred to as Strathcona Cell "A".
During the XV Olympic Winter Games in 1988, the Broadcast Hill Media Village was located in Patterson Heights. The apartments have since been converted into condominiums.
Residents in this community had a median household income of $78,786 in 2000, and there were 8.9% low income residents living in the neighbourhood. As of 2000, 23.8% of the residents were immigrants. A proportion of 28.8% of the buildings were condominiums or apartments, and 23% of the housing was used for renting.
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