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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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