Willowgrove began building in the northeast portion of Saskatoon in 2004. This neighbourhood is made up of of single-family homes and is built around a town square that incorporates elements from older neighbourhoods in the city, such as Nutana. The town square is home to retail space, a coffee shop, and Pink Cadillac, a 1950s-themed restaurant. Wallace Park is the largest in the area. There are another 9 smaller parks across the region that are connected by walking and bicycle pathways. The elementary schools in the region include Holy Family Catholic School and Willowgrove School. A simple trip along Attridge Drive will take you to Shoppers Drug Mart, Co-op Grocery Store, and a variety of other stores. The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo is open all year and is a lovely site to visit to see a variety of animals, attend special events, and go for a stroll in the gorgeous surroundings. Preston Crossing is also adjacent to Willowgrove, which has a variety of businesses and facilities, including Walmart, Canadian Tire, Sobeys, Old Navy, and Michaels.