Allendale is a former rural area that was annexed by the City of Strathcona in 1907. The Allen family farmed in the area around the turn of the century. It became a part of Edmonton in 1912 when Strathcona and Edmonton were amalgamated.

Development started in this area prior to World War I, but the majority of neighbourhood development occurred in the 1950s. Allendale is predominantly a single-family residential neighbourhood. Two of Allendale’s three bordering arterials, 104 and 109 Streets, contain a variety of businesses.

Centrally located, Allendale has good access to a number of amenities. The University of Alberta campus and hospital, the Whyte Avenue commercial area, and Southgate Shopping Centre are all nearby.

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