If you're a small family, a couple, or an individual looking for an apartment in one of Saskatoon's quiet suburbs, a home in Dundonald at St. James Place is just what you're looking for. 



Relaxed Suburban Living 

Built in the early 1980s, this community is in Saskatoon's northwest corner. Many who call St. James Place home appreciate the relaxed, suburban feel of the Dundonald community. Community parks, great schools, and a family-friendly atmosphere make Dundonald a great place to raise children. Most residents are under 50, with many comprised of young families. 



Affordable Suites 

Live at St. James Place with bachelor, one, and two-bedroom suites available. These apartments have extra room with ample storage to keep living areas clutter-free. One-bedroom suites average 591 sq. ft., while two-bedroom suites average 786 sq. ft., so there is room for everyone. 


Relax outdoors on large balconies that come with each suite. Increase your space by sprucing up your balcony into a peaceful patio for the summer. When it gets too hot, in-suite air conditioning keeps you cool throughout the prairie summer heat.



Safe and Secure 

Centrally located parking lots, visible from surrounding apartments, is a key feature of this multi-building complex. Residents feel at ease, knowing they can see their vehicle is safe. 


For additional security, this complex also features security floodlights around every building, so residents feel safe walking home in the evening. 



Nearby Public Transit 

This location is prime for those who rely on public transit. Escape the hustle of central Saskatoon in this beautiful suburb, but travel to the Central Business District within 10 minutes by car, or 23 minutes by the number 1 bus from 33 Street W, right outside your apartment. 


If you're a student at the University of Saskatchewan, but want to live outside busy student communities, a 40-minute commute will get you to school by public transit or drive yourself in as little as 12 minutes. 



In the Community 

Dundonald is an established community that knows how to relax. Known for its younger population and quiet tree-lined streets, about 5,600 people call this suburban neighbourhood home. Three quarters of Dundonald speak English, while many others speak Tagalog, German, Spanish, and French. 


It's easy to get outdoors in this neighbourhood. The centre piece of Dundonald is its 19.31-acre park. Residents of St. James Place enjoy a five-minute walk to the greenspace which features a pond, walking trails, playground, baseball diamonds, and playing fields.  


The neighbourhood is a safe residential district, particularly great for young families, with a relaxed atmosphere. 



Amenities & Recreation 

All amenities are in the neighbouring community to the south via Confederation Drive, including a Safeway, Winners, and Canadian Tire, housed at Confederation Mall. There is also a Real Canadian Superstore across Confederation Drive. 


A short drive, bus ride, or walk south will get you to all these amenities within minutes. Residents of St. James Place can also utilize two local convenience stores for necessities in Dundonald, just a 5-minute walk either east or west on 33 Street W.  


Aside from all the recreational activities on offer at Dundonald Park, there are two recreational centres in the area. The highly rated Cosmo Arena and Cosmo Civic Centre, known for its ice rinks and fitness facilities are located on Laurier Drive, also near Confederation Mall. The Shaw Centre offers state-of-the-art fitness and swimming facilities a little further southwest, just off 22 St W and is bordered by another great community park, Morris T. Cherneskey Park. 



Does a quiet residential area off the beaten path sound like home? Visit our St. James Place property page and book your showing today!



by Avenue Living Communities