Brentwood, just outside the perceived “inner city” NW boundaries, is a highly sought after community to live in. Known for its plentiful schools, shops and services, and an LRT station, Brentwood is regarded as a strong family community where often people settle in for many years. Its not uncommon to meet community members who have resided in the neighbourhood since the the 1960s or 1970s. Being close to the University, It also has a slightly higher than city average number for rental properties. These make up about a third of the community’s properties.
Many Brentwood streets are lined with mature trees creating stunning avenues in the summer and autumn. Brentwood residences are made up primarily of bungalows and the occasional split level. In recent years, condominium towers have been developed at Brentwood Mall’s University City complex. There are plans for more towers to be developed over the next few years, adding new design, retail and vibrancy to the community.
Brentwood services include a fantastic sports area (Brentwood Sportsplex), a public pool (Sir Winston Churchill) and branch of the Calgary Public Library (Nose Hill).


Single Family Home statistics

Brentwood Pricing

The benchmark detached property in Brentwood is 1,217 ft² living space with 3 bedrooms above grade, 1 bedroom in a developed basement, 2 bathrooms, built in 1962 on a 5,512 ft² lot.

Brentwood Sales, New Listings,Inventory

Condominium statistics

Brentwood Pricing

Brentwood Sales, New Listings,Inventory

5 More Things About Brentwood

  1. Brentwood has ranked in Avenue Magazine’s Top 10 neighbourhoods every year from 2014 – 2018.
  2. Blakiston Park was recently fully renovated with new pathways and playground.
  3.  Brentwood has a very active Community Association with a strong commitment to providing activities and volunteer opportunities.
  4. Brentwood’s northern border connects with Nose Hill Park, an 11 kilometre natural area with pathways, dedicated off-leash areas and a wide variety of wildlife and flora.
  5. Brentwood has many fine restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and more.

Community Profile

  • Population: 6,206
  • Number of residences): 2,525
  • Number of single family homes: 1,944 (77%)
  • Owner occupied residences: 1,666 (66%)
  • Median Age of residents: 42
  • Median Household Income: $81,011
  • Residents with post-secondary degree, certificate or diploma: 71%