The community of Greenwood-Greenbriar is bound to the south by the Trans-Canada Highway, to the north by the Bow River, to the east by the community of Bowness and to the west by Stoney Trail. Thanks to the location of the community, residents enjoy access to a number of recreational facilities and opportunities. Some of these include Winsport (COP), Bowness Park, Shouldice Pool and Athletic Park, Bowmount Park, Edworthy Park and the city's extensive pathway system.
There are high-rise and low-rise apartments that are planned or construction has started in Greenwood-Greenbriar. One of the developments are condos, with 48 units which are currently under construction as well as 2 townhouse developments. The median list price for a condo in Greenwood - Greenbriar is $319,900. Read More...
The Greenwood-Greenbriar community is served by the Bowness Community Association, which consists of a main hall capable of holding up to 750 people. The centre also features a stage, meeting rooms, sports fields and indoor and outdoor skating rinks. Thanks to the ample space available within the centre, Greenwood/Greenbriar residents are capable of participating in a number of events and activities held within the facilities. Some of these include Boy Scouts, satellite bingo, Girl Guides, figure skating and hockey. The association also hosts a number of special events throughout the year, including the popular Bowness Stampede Stomp.
Elementary-aged children whose parents are interested in homes for sale in the Greenwood-Greenbriar community may attend the public schools of Belvedere-Parkway and Varsity Acres or the Catholic schools of Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Pius. Varsity Acres and St. Pius both offer French Immersion Programs. The public junior high schools of T. B. Riley and Branton also serve the community, with the latter offering a French Immersion program. Catholic junior high schools serving the Greenwood-Greenbriar community include Our Lady of the Assumption and Madeleine d'Houet. The public high schools of Bowness and William Aberhart and the Catholic high schools of St. Francis and St. Mary's also serve the Greenwood-Greenbriar community. Both William Aberhart and St. Francis offer French Immersion programs.