The Connaught, or "Beltline" district has been a part of Calgary since as far back as 1893. The area features 2 and 3-storey homes, wide streets, treed boulevards and large open spaces. Known by many as the original home of many of Calgary's first "fine" institutions such as The Carnegie Library and Central Collegiate Institute (now known as Dr. Carl Safran School) the area has changed significantly through the years and many commercial buildings have since been developed within the area. Today, Connaught provides an alternative lifestyle with medium/high density apartments and condominiums. The community boasts specialty shopping, boutiques, cafes, restaurants and entertainment facilities located along 17 Avenue SW, an area known as "Uptown 17."
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Connaught was established in 1905, and comprises the western part of the Beltline, west of 4th Street W. Residents in this community had a median household income of $38,960 in 2000, and 26.1% of residents living in the neighbourhood were low-income. (SOURCE:wikipedia.org)