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What type of neighborhood is Saskatoon?

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Downtown Saskatoon is a commercial ���destination��� neighborhood populated by shopping centers, restaurants, nightclubs, and an arts and convention center. There are also several hotels, historic churches, theaters and parks. Residential development ranges from entry-level apartments to luxury condominiums in a handful of high-rise buildings and converted warehouses.

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Saskatoon is a city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, consisting of 65 neighborhoods grouped into nine Suburban Development Areas, none of which are named Saskatoon. Saskatoon may refer to the city���s central business district or ���downtown��� area, which is also known as downtown Saskatoon. A neighborhood is a residential area developed in accordance with a long-range, comprehensive plan. Adelaide-Churchill, City Park and Erindale are examples of some of Saskatoon���s more traditional residential neighborhoods.

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