Massey Place

About this neighbourhood

Located along the northern edge of Saskatoon’s west-central district, Massey Place is a quaint, primarily residential neighbourhood with a population of about 3,600 people. It has great access to all the amenities, an array of housing options to choose from, and an affordable average home price of just over $261,000.

Massey Place is a geographically localized subdivision of the Confederation Suburban Development Area in the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan which is nestled around Archibald McDonald Park. Mcdonald Park is centrally located along the northern perimeter of 33rd Street East.

The schoolyards of both Vincent Massey School and Bishop Klein School have their western boundaries along Archibald McDonald Park which has as its resources ball diamonds, soccer pitches, winter ice rinks, and playground facilities. This neighbourhood is close to amenities provided by both the commercial district of the Confederation Suburban Centre.

The majority of dwellings were constructed in the 1960s with the construction tapering off in the 1970s. The land for this community was annexed by the city of Saskatoon between 1960 and 1964, and construction began immediately.


• Restaurants & Convenience Store
• 2 Schools - Vincent Massey School & Bishop Klein School
• 2 Parks - A. McDonald Park & Marlborough Park
• Close proximity to Confederation Mall
• Easy commuting via Confederation Drive, 33rd Street W & Circle Drive

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