Nutana Suburban Centre

About this neighbourhood

Found in the popular south-central area of Saskatoon, Nutana Suburban Centre is a mixed-development community, home to almost 3,000 people. A neighbourhood where commercial areas, civic facilities, and residences meet, it offers exclusively apartment-style condos with an average home price of just over $240,000.

A 1913 map shows that the present-day Nutana Suburban Centre was a registered subdivision named Utopia. The land, however, was not annexed until the period between 1955 and 1959. Development did not begin in earnest until the 1960s when adjacent neighbourhoods like Brevoort Park and Eastview emerged. Home construction was most active between 1961 and 1980, but has continued at a steady pace to the present day due to several older buildings being replaced by new tower developments.

Nutana SC was unique in that it was the first post-World War II neighbourhood to combine high-density housing with schools, businesses and civic facilities. This "suburban centre" concept would be repeated in later years with the development of the Lawson Heights, Confederation, Lakewood, University Heights and Blairmore suburban centres, several of which were developed as part of other neighbourhoods and retroactively delineated as suburban centres when the City of Saskatoon revised its community boundaries in the 1990s.

Nutana Suburban Centre is located within the Nutana Suburban Development Area. It is bounded by Taylor Street to the north, Louise Street to the south, Preston Avenue to the west, and Circle Drive to the east. The few roads that exist inside these boundaries are a mix of local and collector roads.


• Market Mall, Gas Station, Auto Shop, Medical Offices & Royal Canadian Legion
• 33+ Acres of Parkland, Arena, Baseball Complex, Curling Club & Bowling Alley
• 2 Schools - Walter Murray Collegiate & Holy Cross High School
• Easy commuting via Preston Avenue

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