Are Edmonton Infills Right For You?

  • Young Professionals who work in the Edmonton core can enjoy the best of both worlds, living in a brand new home while being close to work and recreational activities.  
  • Seniors whose family has moved out, who want to move to a place that’s smaller and easier to maintain, while still feeling like they live in a close-knit community, are perfect for an infill.  
  • New families welcoming their first child may want a little more room, without leaving their downtown or mature neighbourhood. Infills present a ‘middle option.’  


Hi there, I'm Mick, founder of Singletree Builders. 

Our goal is to help build a better Edmonton.

I started Singletree in 2012 because I realized many of Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods needed rejuvenation. 

Singletree aims to enhance our city though the projects we build. We pay exceptional attention to design quality, provide unparalleled workmanship, make jobsite cleanliness a priority and abide by a strict construction schedule to get you in your new home as quickly as possible.

If you want an experienced and passionate partner for your new house, let's meet up.

Our Feature Property 14373 92a Avenue 

Home Details:

Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5 Square feet: 1,802 Lot Square Feet: 3,611 Year built: 2018 Garbage: Double Price: $724,900 

About The Neighbourhood

Parkview is one of Edmonton’s larger neighbourhoods, known for its proximity to the river valley, well maintained, attractive homes, and quiet streets. This charming neighbourhood, was developed in the mid-to-late 1950s and contains, single-detached homes, renovations and infill developments, helping it to achieve a nice balance of new and old.

Parkview Highlights

  •  Mature neighbourhood that is popular for new and growing families.
  •  Excellent elementary and junior high school
  •  A highly active community league 
  •  Close to the Misericordia Hospital and West Edmonton Mall.
  •  Beside the MacKenzie ravine
  •  Adjacent to Buena Vista Park, the Valley Zoo and Laurier Park.
  •  Close to Valleyview Shopping Centre.

 "Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods have a lot to offer but, for the most part, only for people who want to live in detached single-family houses. If we want to create a more compact, sustainable, liveable city, we need to build a wider variety of housing types in our older suburbs."  

The Missing Middle

"The Missing Middle” describes small condo and apartment buildings and mixed use developments that bring more density to a mature neighbourhood. These projects are typically between 4 and 40 units so they blend nicely into an area dominated by single family detached homes.

Missing Middle housing provides diverse housing options to support walkable communities, locally-serving retail, and public transportation options.  

Missing Middle housing allows younger families to afford homes in more established neighbourhoods. It also allows seniors to stay in their neighbourhood at a more affordable rate, or in a more manageable home. 

 Healthy neighbourhoods have a mix of age groups, income levels, and backgrounds. Our mature neighbourhoods need to reflect the rich diversity of the City of Edmonton.  

  After extensive consultation, Edmonton has created the Infill Roadmap, a list of actions aimed at welcoming more people to YEG’s core, mature and established neighbourhoods.