Nutana, Saskatoon

What is Nutana, Saskatoon known for?


quot movie

, chain stores and shopping malls drew commercial activity away from the traditional businesses in Nutana. Home construction also slowed during this period. The neighbourhood went into decline for several decades, as exemplified by the Broadway Theatre becoming an "adult" movie theatre. In the mid-1980s, Broadway merchants and community groups began to organize in an effort to turn the area's fortunes around. In 1984, the Broadway Theatre was turned into repertory movie house and live performance venue. November 16, 1901 July 1, 1903 May 26, 1906 Temperance Colony founded at Nutana (Nutana, Saskatoon). Riversdale (Riversdale, Saskatoon), Nutana, and Saskatoon (Central Business District, Saskatoon) merge to form city. Most populous and geographically largest city in Saskatchewan. - thumb right Victoria One room school One Room Schoolhouse (File:VictoriaSchool.UofS.jpg) The Victoria School House, known also as the Little Stone School House, was built in 1888 as the first school house of the Temperance Colony. The one room school house was originally constructed in Nutana (Nutana, Saskatoon). The location is now known as five corners at the south or top of the Broadway Bridge (Broadway Bridge (Saskatoon)). The school yard at one time comprised three school houses, as the population grew. The little stone school house was preserved and moved on campus. It was declared a historic site on June 1, 1967.


quot business

%20Services PlanningDevelopment DevelopmentReview HeritageConservation HeritageProperties Pages ArrandBlock.aspx accessdate 2010-01-21 Richard Arrand is credited with inventing the first power cement mixer, but failed to patent his design.

-10-04 * Main Street Electrical Substation (Saskatoon Electrical System Substation) (1929) – Built to satisfy increased demand for electricity, it was constructed of Redcliffe brick and Claybank dark brick in a mix of Modern Classical and Prairie styles. After being decommissioned in 1973, the building fell into disrepair until being rehabilitated and turned into an office building. Designated a municipal heritage property on December 4, 2000. ref name "business"


school buildings

on the University of Saskatchewan campus The original Victoria School was built in 1888 by stonemason Alexander (Sandy) Marr as the first school house of the temperance colony. Located at the Five Corners crossing at Broadway Avenue and 12th Street, the school yard would eventually be home to three school buildings as the population grew, the last of which being the present-day École Victoria School. The first Victoria School was dismantled and reassembled on a site at the University of Saskatchewan campus in 1911. The building is often referred to as the Little Stone Schoolhouse. November 16, 1901 July 1, 1903 May 26, 1906 Temperance Colony founded at Nutana (Nutana, Saskatoon). Riversdale (Riversdale, Saskatoon), Nutana, and Saskatoon (Central Business District, Saskatoon) merge to form city. Most populous and geographically largest city in Saskatchewan. - thumb right Victoria One room school One Room Schoolhouse (File:VictoriaSchool.UofS.jpg) The Victoria School House, known also as the Little Stone School House, was built in 1888 as the first school house of the Temperance Colony. The one room school house was originally constructed in Nutana (Nutana, Saskatoon). The location is now known as five corners at the south or top of the Broadway Bridge (Broadway Bridge (Saskatoon)). The school yard at one time comprised three school houses, as the population grew. The little stone school house was preserved and moved on campus. It was declared a historic site on June 1, 1967.


historic buildings

the original CN railway bridge. The period between 1910 and 1912 were particularly prosperous for Saskatoon, and many of Nutana's landmark buildings (#Historic buildings) were built in this time. The economic boom turned to bust by 1913, just prior to World War I, but rebounded during the Roaring Twenties. The Great Depression saw another economic downturn, followed by another period of prosperity after World War II. However, by the end of the 1950s, the advent of newer subdivisions

; today, Broadway Avenue is again an active commercial district and the Nutana area is again considered desirable. Historic buildings right thumb Marr Residence (1884) (File:Marr Residence.jpg) File:Fire Hall No 3.jpg

2010-01-21 Nutana Collegiate was Saskatoon's first public secondary school (Nutana, Saskatoon#Historic buildings). * Oskayak High School – separate (Catholic) secondary, part of the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division Other * Cosmo Seniors' Centre


title business

%20Services PlanningDevelopment DevelopmentReview HeritageConservation HeritageProperties Pages ArrandBlock.aspx accessdate 2010-01-21 Richard Arrand is credited with inventing the first power cement mixer, but failed to patent his design.


classical style'

HeritageConservation HeritageProperties Pages ThirteenthStTerrace(RowHousing).aspx accessdate 2010-01-21 * Arrand Block (1912) – Neo-Classical style apartment block built by cousins Richard and Walter Arrand, noted Saskatoon contractors. Designated a municipal heritage property on April 10, 1989.


original stone

Site of the Garrison House – OnBroadway.ca publisher Saskatoon Heritage Society year 1994 url http: www.onbroadway.ca heritage2.htm#GarrisonHouse accessdate 2007-10-04 * Victoria School (three buildings; 1887, 1905, 1909) – The original stone one-room schoolhouse, built by Alexander Marr, was relocated to the University of Saskatchewan campus in 1911. It was designated a municipal heritage property on May 17, 1982. A second school, now demolished


family home

* Main Street Electrical Substation (Saskatoon Electrical System Substation) (1929) – Built to satisfy increased demand for electricity, it was constructed of Redcliffe brick and Claybank dark brick in a mix of Modern Classical and Prairie styles. After being decommissioned in 1973, the building fell into disrepair until being rehabilitated and turned into an office building. Designated a municipal heritage property on December 4, 2000. * Davis Dairy (1930) – Built


title events

Art Encounter (June) – a weekend exhibition where local artists display their works inside businesses of the Broadway Avenue business district * Saskatoon Fringe Theatre Festival (August) – a fringe theatre festival at various venues around Broadway Avenue, as well as free outdoor performance artists and street vendors * Broadway Street Fair (September) – a festival that includes a sidewalk sale, silent auction, art show, live music, and children's games

Events on Broadway url http: www.onbroadway.ca events.php accessdate 2007-10-12 * Flicks International Film Festival for Young People (September) – children's film festival at the Broadway Theatre Parks and recreation right 180px thumb Rotary Park (Image:Rotary Park.jpg) * Poplar Crescent Park – * Rotary Park


live performance

was turned into repertory movie house and live performance venue. With the establishment of the Broadway Business Improvement District in 1986, a revitalization program was launched to refurbish the streetscape and reintroduce the area's historic identity. These events spurred a period of gentrification in Nutana

cinema and live performance venue during the 1980s. Designated a municipal heritage property on April 14, 1997.

– community hall for special events, operated by the Saskatoon Yellowhead Cosmopolitan Club (Service club) Arts and culture The Broadway Theatre is one of Nutana's cultural cornerstones. A designated municipal heritage property, the Broadway Theatre is Saskatoon's only community-owned and operated cinema and live performance venue. Originally the parish

Nutana, Saskatoon

'''Nutana''' is a primarily residential neighbourhood located near the centre of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It includes the business district of Broadway Avenue (Broadway Avenue (Saskatoon)). It comprises a nearly even mixture of low-density, single detached dwellings and apartment-style multiple unit dwellings. As of 2009, the area is home to 6,261 residents. The neighbourhood is considered a middle to upper-income area, with an average family income of $67,657, an average dwelling value of $206,830 and a home ownership rate of 51.3%. url http: www.saskatoon.ca DEPARTMENTS Community%20Services PlanningDevelopment Documents Research Neighbourhood_profiles 2010 Nutana.pdf title Nutana work Neighbourhood Profiles publisher City of Saskatoon – City Planning Branch year 2010 format PDF accessdate 2011-03-07 According to MLS (Multiple listing service) data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $409,891. url http: www.saskatoonrealty.com saskatoon-neighbourhood-nutana.html title Nutana publisher Saskatoon Realty accessdate 2014-01-08 First established in 1883, Nutana was the original settlement of what now makes up the city of Saskatoon. url http: olc.spsd.sk.ca de saskatoon100 students crosswords PDF%20SUpport%20Docs SaskatoonHistoryto1914.pdf title A History of Saskatoon to 1914 last Jeff first O'Brien publisher City of Saskatoon – Archives format PDF date July 2005 accessdate 2009-09-29

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