Blairmore Suburban Centre is currently under development in Saskatoon. It houses service, commercial, and residential communities. It is located to the west of the city and has two new high schools; Tommy Douglas Collegiate and Bethlehem High School plus a recreational civic centre called Shaw Centre which opened in 2008. There is also a big box mall within the neighbourhood

Below is the statistical information on the Blairmore Suburban Centre area. If you are a home owner in this area looking to sell your property or are thinking about it please contact me and I can provide a free home evaluation. If you are looking to buy in the Blairmore Suburban Centre area or are looking anywhere else in the Saskatoon real estate market feel free to contact me anytime I will help you the best I can.

Statistics 2015

Population: 1237  Homeownership: 44.2% Average Personal Income: $40,180 Average Household Size: 2.4


The suburban centre lies south of 22nd Street West (Hwy 14). Hwy 7 forms the western border and the Parkridge community to the south.

Family Income


Family Income Number
Under $10,000 31
$10,000 – $19,999 55
$20,000 – $29,999 47
$30,000 – $39,999 33
$40,000 – $49,999 29
$50,000 – $59,999 20
$60,000 – $79,999 20
$80,000 – $99,999 15
$100,000 – $124,999 9
$125,000 – $149,999 10
$150,000 and over 16



Public Elementary Schools: none : Public Middle Schools: None Separate Middle Schools: None Public Secondary Schools: Tommy Douglas Collegiate Separate Secondary Schools: Bethlehem High School



Park Name Acres
Morris T Cherneskey Park 34.7


Types of Homes


Types of Home Number
Mulit-Unit Dwelling 700
Neighborhood Area (acres) 207.3
Dwelling Units per Acre 3.4


Average Selling Prices (2015)

Type                               Number of Sales                 Avg. Price ($)

Condo Townhouse              9                                      $253,489

Low rise apt condo            22                                     $203,381



The neighborhood statistical information on this page was estimated by the City of Saskatoon Planning Branch, the area was unavailable to the 2011 Federal Census for data collection.