Greenwood/Greenbriar Calgary Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Greenwood-Greenbriar is close to parks and connected to the walk and ride pathway system. Residents enjoy many recreational opportunities and benefit from an active association that organizes events, programs and community improvement initiatives. The community's proximity to recreational spaces is a part of its appeal to families.

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804 Greenbriar Common Nw Calgary Alberta T3B 6J2 Greenwood/Greenbriar Details
804 Greenbriar Common Nw Calgary Alberta T3B 6J2 Greenwood/Greenbriar Details
804 Greenbriar Common Nw Calgary Alberta T3B 6J2 Greenwood/Greenbriar Details
804 Greenbriar Common Nw Calgary Alberta T3B 6J2 Greenwood/Greenbriar Details



***open House Sunday May 15th 3-5pm*** This Bright And Spacious New York Style Townhome Overlooks Directly Into Canada Olympic Park And Is Loaded With Upgrades And Tons Of Natural Light! This Beautiful Immaculate End Unit Shows 10/10, Looks Like Brand New And Comes With B... Read More »

804 Greenbriar Common Nw

Greenwood/Greenbriar, Calgary, Alberta

  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 1,412 Square FT

MLS® #A1194488




This Barely Lived In Top Floor, Corner Unit Apartment At Apollo In One Of Nw Calgary's Newest Communities, Greenwich, boasts Incredible Panoramic Views Of The North Side Of The City And Cop, As Well As The Ever Changing Downtown Skyline, And Also Offers An Abundance Of Na... Read More »

2401, 80 Greenbriar Place Nw

Greenwood/Greenbriar, Calgary, Alberta

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 818 Square FT

MLS® #A1214584




Do You Dream Of Living In An Apartment Condo But Want The Convenience Of Having A Direct Access To Walk On The Grass And Enjoy Walking On A Beautiful Trail Without Going Through The Hallways And Elevator? This Is The Perfect Unit!!! Extremely Upgraded Unit, From Luxury... Read More »

1105, 80 Greenbriar Place Nw

Greenwood/Greenbriar, Calgary, Alberta

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 830 Square FT

MLS® #A1215548




Apollo Is An Uniquely Designed & Built Condo Complex By One Of The Finest Award-winning Multifamily Builders In Calgary, Cove Properties. Your New Home Is Situated In One Of The Best Locations In The Fabulous New Community Of Greenwich; High On A Hill With Boundless Mount... Read More »

1407, 80 Greenbriar Place Nw

Greenwood/Greenbriar, Calgary, Alberta

  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 593 Square FT

MLS® #A1202406

Greenwood/Greenbriar Real Estate — a peaceful NorthWest Calgary community with quiet streets.

Greenwood and Greenbriar are located west of the community of Bowness in northwest Calgary. They are bound by the Bow River to the north, Trans-Canada Highway to the south, Stoney Trail to the west and the community of Bowness to the east.

The area's housing consists predominantly of town homes and condos with some single-family homes. If you're looking at affordable housing options, and wish to live close to parks, trails and rivers, Greenwood-Greenbriar should be on your list. The nearby parks also happen to be pet-friendly, offering off-leash fenced and unfenced areas for your furry companions to play.

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Greenwood/Greenbriar REALTOR® Tour of the Neighbourhood

Take a tour of Greenwood/Greenbriar with this video walkthrough of the neighbourhood. Learn about the community before you start looking at homes and make notes of what's important to you.

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Amenities in Greenwood/Greenbriar — Live, Work, & Play

Winsport, Winter Sport Institute huge billboard sign for photo op Different infrastractures surrounding the hillside Bike lanes provided for bikers with grassland at the side Exterior structure Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Pantheon des Sports Canadiens Different flags on flagpoles Calgary Climbing Centre building with spacious parking area Trees in the forest woods Nature of plants and trees in the woods Giant pile of trees in the forest Four long empty street lanes with center island in between Hillside of green, yellow grass and scattered trees Dome like structure and design of club house and rental office Panoramic view of Calgary Climbing Centre place in the middle of open field Outdoor playground placed in sand Residential houses with wooden vertical side fences Entrance view of Club house and Rental Office with dome structure and parking on both sides Greenwood Village Mobile Home Community sign with trees on the background High angle view of buildings and parking spaces Hillside view of Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta Wide view of the Calgary Winter Olympic site outdoor showing clear blue sky hillside Two bobsleds in front of Winsport, Winter Sport Institute billboard Bob Niven Training Centre exterior of blue and gray structure, Winsport Structural glass of Markin Macphail Centre frontage including parking space Billboard of different kinds of winter sports and its glass exteriors below the building Wide angle view  of Markin Macphail Centre from its parking area Greenwich Calgary signpost at the center island of main street

Shopping —

The community has some great options for shopping and dining. Every Saturday, the Calgary Farmers' Market has pop-up events at which you can buy products made, grown or baked in Alberta.

The Mexican restaurant Salt & Pepper is popular among locals for its delicious food and stellar service. The neighbourhood nail salon and spa is the place for unwinding and pampering.

Parks —

Parks within a community or situated a short distance away provide residents with an inexpensive way to enjoy the outdoors, socialize and play. Greenwood-Greenbriar residents have a choice of two excellent parks located nearby - Bowmont Park and Bowness Park.

Bowmont Park

This is a 192 hectares park on the northern bank of the Bow River, connecting Bowness and Montgomery. 'Bowmont' is a portmanteau of these communities' names.

The urban park has a lovely and functional design, comprising grasslands, valleys, gullies, off-leash dog-walking areas, a waterfall with a lookout, and hiking, walking and cycling trails. The pathways along clifftops and the river below provide views of the city from various vantage points.

To the north of the train tracks, you can use the pathways to get to the Fournier Area. It has ponds and marshy areas where you can spot local wildlife. Parking south of the train tracks gives you easy access to a fenced off-leash area for your pooches. This area of the park offers many access points to the river, including off-leash access for pets that enjoy splashing about in the water.

Bowness Park

The 3- hectare park is located along the Bow River, between Stoney Trail and 85 Street NW. It is home to a lagoon that runs along the park’s southern side and is covered by ice from December to March. It is a popular spot for ice skating, open from morning to night, subject to weather conditions.

Bowness Park is popular all year, so you may want to visit on a weekday to skip the crowd or in the evenings when the rink is decorated with LED lights. There are plenty of benches at the lagoon and the seating area has rubber mats so you can safely walk to the lagoon in your skates. If you want to take a breather, you can warm up by the fire pit. The skating rink at the park offers a range of activities and services, from ice-biking and cross-country skiing to dining.

The east side of the park has a playground. A ridable miniature railway operates seasonally. The park is used to launch boats on the Bow River.

Recreation —

You're never short of recreational opportunities in Greenwood-Greenbriar.

Calgary Gymnastics Centre

The centre promotes and facilitates excellence in recreational and cross-training gymnastics for community members. Programs here include parented classes, unparented classes, CanJump, CanGym, acrobatic skills for dance, and summer, spring and winter camps.

Markin MacPhail Centre

Developed by WinSport Canada, the Markin MacPhail Centre is an athletics and ice complex for athletic training. The incredible facility features a 2,500 seat Olympic-sized ice surface, three NHL-sized ice surfaces and a fitness centre. Its office tower offers space for twenty national and provincial winter sports organizations. The facility’s design is functional and eye-pleasing, with creative and modern touches.

Shouldice Aquatic Centre

This is a multi-purpose recreational facility located in Montgomery offering a variety of activities and services. Amenities here include:

  • An indoor pool: Six lanes, 25 metres, depth from 1.1 to 1.7 metres
  • Dive tank: 1.5m diving board, 3m diving board, pool depth from 3 to 3.7m
  • Steam room accessible to all

The pool can be used without an appointment. The facility also offers group fitness classes, for which you need to make an appointment.

Greenwood/Greenbriar Community Association

Community associations lead the improvement of communities, nurture cooperation among residents, facilitate community activities and organize events and programs. The Greenwood/Greenbriar Community Association does it all with aplomb!

The community hall features a vast main room with a stage, meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor rinks, and playing fields. The hall is a meeting place for boy scouts and girl scouts and its facilities are used for satellite bingo, hockey and figure skating.

A dedicated community organizes the annual community clean-up. The association also puts together a number of events every year, including participating in the famous Bowness Stampede Stomp. Efforts by the association have beautified the community with cobblestone walks, hanging flowers and landscaping. Improvements in the area have attracted new businesses to the area.

Activities on Bow River

Originating in the Canadian Rockies, Bow River is among residents' favourite recreational spots for boating, canoeing, kayaking and rafting. The Bow River pathway along the bank of the river is used for cycling, jogging, rollerblading and skateboarding. The river water is cold and at a high level, making swimming quite challenging. The river can be fished all year round. It has a thriving population of rainbow and brown trout.


General feel and vibe — What's it like living in Greenwood/Greenbriar?

Greenwood-Greenbriar is a peaceful community with quiet streets. It's not exactly walkable - residents drive to farmers' markets, salons and parks. The community association has facilities and gathering places for activities and sports for residents of all ages.

Avenue Magazine Rankings

  • Overall rank for Best Neighbourhood: 175
  • WalkScore: 14
  • TransitScore: 41
  • Parks and green space points: 8
  • Public recreation facility access points: 32
  • Restaurant access points: 17

Interesting Facts about Greenwood/Greenbriar

Schools In or Near Greenwood/Greenbriar

Greenwood-Greenbriar is served by public, private and Catholic schools.

Public Schools

  • Belvedere Parkway School
  • Varsity Acres School
  • Brentwood School
  • École de la Rose Sauvage
  • Bowness High School
  • Thomas B. Riley School
  • Branton School
  • Langevin School

Catholic Schools

  • Our Lady of the Assumption School
  • St. Pius X Bilingual School
  • St. Margaret School
  • École Ste-Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  • St. Francis High School
  • Madeleine d'Houet School
  • St. Mary's High School

Private Schools

  • Chinook Winds Adventist Academy
  • Calgary Waldorf School


According to the 2016 census, Greenwood-Greenbriar had a population of 905. The median household income in 2015 was $54,638. About 8% of the residents here were immigrants.


Greenwood-Greenbriar has single-family detached homes and townhouses. As of 2000, rental units made up 10.9% of the housing. A majority of homes here were built during the 1960-80s when the area experienced a housing boom.

Property values in Greenwood-Greenbriar have seen an uptick in recent years. In 2020, MoneySense reported a 125% increase in the neighbourhood's real estate values. However, there's been little by way of housing sales momentum. Anyone interested in buying property here is advised to consider real estate agent services for best results.

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FAQs about Greenwood/Greenbriar Real Estate and Neighborhood

  1. Will the kids have access to extracurricular activities?

    From ice-skating and gymnastics to boy and girl scouts, and activities on the Bow River, the sheer variety of extracurricular activities afforded by the area's amenities will delight your kids. Parks, the community meeting hall, Bowness lagoon and sports facilities located nearby provide children with opportunities to carry on their hobbies in their new neighbourhood or pursue new ones.

  2. What services does the community association offer?

    Greenwood/Greenbriar Community Association is a meeting place for boy and girl scouts, satellite bingo, figure skating and hockey. Residents can make the most of meeting rooms and playing fields. The association organizes community clean-ups and events for residents to enjoy.

  3. Are there any alternative grocery options?

    Pop-up farmers' markets satisfy your need for fresh local produce. Take your pick of quality Alberta vendors and soak in the distinct community vibe at the markets.

  4. Is there any childcare available?

    Greenwood-Greenbriar has its fair share of daycare centres, although they're not at walkable distances. You're sure to find providers offering full-time, part-time or drop-in care for your children.


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