Inglewood is a somewhat older residential neighborhood in Northwest Edmonton. Being built between 1946 (just prior to the end of World War II) and 1996 Inglewood is bounded to the north by 118 Ave and to the south by 111 Ave. The former Canadian national Railway is to the east of Inglewood.
The large majority of the homes in Inglewood are apartments rented by tenants. Apartments account for about 69% of Inglewood.
There are a few duplexes and single family homes located with Inglewood and roughly 76% of the homes are rented with only the remainder being owner occupied. Ingle wood is a fairly mobile neighborhood.
Designated schools for Ingle wood are: Inglewood Elementary, Westmount Junior High, and Ross Sheppard Senior High.
This is a neighborhood with a history and with a lot of surrounding areas with great shopping and dining. The Charles Camsell Hospital, is located in Inglewood, and was the filming location for "White Coats" released in 2004.