The drawing tool allows for you to pick and choose exactly where you'd like to
search on the map.
Here are a few instructions to help you get started:
Select 'DRAWING TOOL' and click and drag with your
left mouse button to begin drawing. Release your left mouse button to finish the
2.) Once you've drawn your shape,
the map will only load
properties within that radius. The listings below will correspond with the pins
that exist within your shape.
3.) To clear the poly, simply click
Commonly known as the Paris of the Prairies due to the many beautiful bridges which unite the city, Saskatoon is much more than just Saskatchewan's largest city. The economic and cultural hub of this prairie province, Saskatoon is home to schools including the University of Saskatchewan, the First Nations University of Canada, St. Thomas More College, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies. Hockey and lacrosse are big here, too, the proud home of both the WHL's Saskatoon Blades and the NLL's Saskatchewan Rush.
The city boasts an excellent transit system, with both regular and express services. Saskatoon is a cycler's paradise, boasting the nation's second-highest per-capita commuter cycling rate. Find some of the country's best-kept dining secrets here as well, since Saskatoon has quietly developed an assortment of top-rated restaurants serving a variety of cuisines from across the world. In fact, Saskatoon has more restaurants per capita than any city in Canada. Saskatonians are younger on average than their fellow Canadians, bringing the city a youthful feeling and a cutting-edge culture that keeps it vibrant. The fact that the city also has more Tim Horton's restaurants per capita than anywhere else keeps it convenient. Art galleries, museums... the city abounds with opportunities for cultural enrichment.
Saskatoon's economy is resource-based: fully 2/3 of the world's recoverable potash reserves are located in Saskatchewan, healthy deposits of uranium, oil and gas, lumber, and (to a lesser extent) gold and diamonds throughout the province. Saskatoon and the province are diversifying quickly, though, with state-of-the-art programs like Innovation Place (in Saskatoon and Regina) growing the tech sector, and healthcare remains a major local employer as well.
Saskatoon Apartments For Rent
Mainstreet's buildings in Saskatoon reflect the optimistic outlook for the city: strong and stable foundations being augmented by technology and innovation to improve the lives of its residents. Newly renovated boutique apartments in classic buildings across the city. From apartments in City Park to those in Fairhaven and including apartments in East Saskatoon and West Saskatoon, Mainstreet is the right choice for those looking for a newly renovated, contemporary boutique experience. We are proud to offer Saskatoon's best student living, with affordable University of Saskatchewan student housing, Saskatchewan Polytechnic student housing, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies student housing, St. Thomas More College student housing, and First Nations University of Canada student housing available. Mainstreet offers over 2,243 units in Saskatoon and with boutique apartments at competitive prices, we are your very best choice for apartment living in Saskatoon. Offering bachelor apartments, one bedroom suites, two bedroom and three bedroom units centrally located so you're close to everything you need and everything you could want; Mainstreet has something for everyone.
Mainstreet Saskatoon Apartment Rentals
Mainstreet has newly renovated rental apartments in major areas of Saskatoon including City Park, East, West and Fairhaven. Mainstreet's rental apartments offer spacious bachelor, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom suites close to all amenities. Apartments are family and pet-friendly.