Griesbach is one of Edmonton's fastest growing neighborhoods, and its growth is only matched by its charm.William Griesbach, Edmonton’s second mayor, First World War hero, MP and Senator, is honoured with an equestrian statue. A pedestrian crossing at Patricia Lake replicates a Bailey Bridge, which is a prefabricated bridge used by combat engineers. The neighbourhood's street names is based on regimental history, peacekeepers, famous battles, war heroes, military nurses, and Victoria Cross winners, etc. Griesbach home is strategically located on the north side allowing it to be only a short drive to downtown and a shorter drive to the Anthony Henday and Yellowhead. Guest will find interior features like granite counters, solid oak cabinetry, jet tubs and espresso maple hardwoods. Griesbach townhomes are another popular option for guest to stay and feel like home, with three storey interiors that offer brand new features and fixtures, an open concept between kitchen and living. It's also closed to the shopping centre and restaurants located at the Northside Centre.