Welcome to South End, a neighbourhood in the city of Halifax with 42 condo buildings.South End is a perfect fusion of modern and hip condos, there are 17 Mid-Rise, 26 Low-Rise, 9 High-Rise and 5 Luxury. The condos for sale in South End include great amenities. Condos for sale in South End are on the market for an average of 58 days. There were 191 condos sold in South End in 2020. South End saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 66% compared to the year before. Last year condos for sale in South End had an average sale price of $$561,180, an increase of 23% from the year before. South End is Very Walkable with a walk score of 87. This neighbourhood is Bikeable with a bike score of 52. Good Transit is available in South End. The neighbourhoods Downtown Halifax and West End are nearby.
Grab some fresh goodies at nearby bakery, Sugar Bakery. There are some great cafes in South End such as World Tea House and Rousseau Chocolatier. Groceries are close-at-hand with supermarkets LOONG 7 MART and Ca-Hoa Grocery in South End. Locals recommend eating at Stories Fine Dining, Le Bistro By Liz and Morris East Restaurant & Wine in South End - they have great food! South End offers a lifestyle full of green space for outdoor lovers, parks include Justin Purcell Memorial Tree and Dalhousie Community Garden. You can find the pharmacy Fertility Pharmacy Services Ltd in South End. There is great shopping at The Doyle Apartments - Westwood Developments. If you are looking to visit a museum or art gallery Swoon Fine Art & Antiques can be found in South End. If you're a health and fitness fanatic, hopefully you are living in a condo building with a great gym. If not YOGA with Cia! is a super popular fitness center with locals. Animal enthusiasts, good news Pet Valu is in South End. Movie geeks can catch a movie at Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane. Get your hot dogs and popcorn at Huskies Stadium and where you can watch Halifax's sports teams play. If you enjoy reading you will be happy W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library is in South End. Schools in South End include Halifax Tennis, South End Community Child Care Centre and Allegro Child Care Centre. There are many students in this neighbourhood as Faculty of Dentistry, Dalhousie University is located within it. For those who love to travel IWK Hospital Heliport is nearby to catch a flight. South End has a very accesible train station Halifax.
The South End is a very lovable and diverse neighbourhood in Halifax. As a student, you are guaranteed to run into your classmates as soon as you step out the door. Coburg Coffee is a great study spot with locally famous java. If you need a break from studying you can grab pizza from Jubilee Junxion or Triple A, two notoriously competitive convenience stores located across from each other on Jubilee Road. Dalhousie University provides many community programs and services, like group fitness classes at the Dalplex or child darecare, allowing residents of all ages to get involved. And despite being located on the opposite end of town, Downtown Halifax is only a short and pleasant walk from the South End. Furthermore, residents are able to enjoy the less toursity views of the Atlantic Ocean from the many docks and shores that lead to the Northwest Arm and Southern Peninsula.
Positioned in the southern half of the Halifax Peninsula and bounded north to south by Quinpool Road and South Street, the South End is definitely a lively spot to live. It is a charming neighbourhood with wide, boulevarded streets and lush trees that change beautifully with the seasons. The area is known for its student demographic due to its close proximity to the countless universities in Nova Scotia's capital and the abundant supply of wood-paneled houses available for rent. Nevertheless, families of children and adults mix well into the area, as it is known to be a pleasant, safe and affordable place to reside.
Dalhousie University, St. Mary's Univeristy, King's College and NASCAD are just a few reasons why young adults have inhabit the neighbourhood. The youthful population is definitely tangible. But that has yet to scare away families and older adults from sharing the South End space. Students are respectful of family space, making the South End a safe haven to raise children and grow old.
As a student-based neighbourhood, the overall vibe of the area shifts from season to season. Fall and Winter is filled with back-to-school buzz and young adults liter the streets on their walk to and from class and the bar. However, by late Spring most courses have come to an end, causing a change of pace in the area. When school is out and students have vacated the university city of Halifax, the area is a lot quieter and more peaceful. The area is has an overall laidback vibe and can often feel like a secluded haven from the downtown buzz.