Halifax Peninsula

When most think of Halifax, they think of the Peninsula.

The Halifax Peninsula is located in the Urban Core of Halifax. It is home to Downtown Halifax, the Hydrostone, the North End, Quinpool District, the South End, Spring Garden Road and the West End. When most think of Halifax, they think of the Peninsula. It holds most of the local restaurants, shops, bars and the famous waterfront

There is something for almost everyone in the Peninsula, whether it be students, young professionals, growing families or seniors. The beautiful Point Pleasant Park and Public Gardens are also located in the Peninsula, offering some beautiful nature amidst the city.

If you are searching for the center of Halifax's culture and charm, the Peninsula is where you will find it. The Halifax Peninsula hosts the perfect combination of modern condo buildings and historic single-family homes. The North End and Hydrostone have seen a notable amount of new development in recent years, and are trendy places to call home in Downtown Halifax. The South End and Spring Garden Road are historic areas of the Peninsula. There you will find many historic and victorian-style homes, as well as the famous Halifax Public Gardens. Spring Garden Road is a popular shopping destination, boasting many popular brands such as Roots and Lululemon, as well as smaller businesses. In the West End of Halifax, you will find many friendly neighbourhoods, as well as the Quinpool District. The Quinpool District is another shopping destination boasting many small businesses to explore. The Halifax Peninsula is home to Citadel Hill, The Waterfront, The Scotiabank Centre, Dalhousie University and so much more.


Current Real Estate Prices on Average for 2020

Single-Family Home: $622,158

Condo: $386,455


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About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
There's holiday spirit
Great schools
It's walkable to grocery stores
It's walkable to restaurant
Easy commutes
Good transit
There are sidewalks
Streets are well-lit
Great hospitals
Parks and playgrounds
Great nightlife
It's Full of Culture
Many Local Businesses
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