Cougar Ridge is a residential neighborhood located in Calgary’s west end, a very desirable part of the southwest quadrant. It is located at the western edge of the city and is bounded by 69 Street W to the east, the Canada Olympic Park and Paskapoo Slopes to the north, Old Banff Coach Road to the south and the 101 Street W to the west.
Cougar Ridge comes under the administrative body of the Calgary City Council. It was established as a residential neighborhood in 2001. Cougar Ridge’s population was 5,874 living in a total of 1,908 dwellings, as per the municipal census of 2012. The land area is approximately of 0.85 square miles, and it has a population density of 6,920 per square mile.
Real Estate Statistics of Cougar Ridge 2017
Average Sq. Ft. 1,898
Average Price $601,761
Average Price per Sq. Ft. $317
Lowest Listing Price $349,700
Highest Listing Price $1,395,000