Downtown Edmonton Condo Stats
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When you live in downtown Edmonton, shopping, festivals, nightlife, theatres, restaurants, bistros, coffee shops, live music venues, and more are right outside your front door.
With many investors turning to downtown Edmonton in search of profit, many of the older buildings are being renovated and units are updated to include the trendy details and modern appliances that today’s home buyers are looking for. Other downtown Edmonton condo amenities include things like heated underground parking, concierge services, on-site security, indoor pool and/or gym, and theatre rooms.
The section of 104 Street extending north from Jasper Avenue to about 104th Avenue has evolved into a sophisticated urban neighbourhood, boasting one of the top locations for downtown Edmonton condo living in the city. With such close proximity to Rogers Place, 104th Street — or the 4th Street Promenade as it is formally known as — has become a major pre-show/pre-game destination for residents and visitors alike, with a great selection of fine dining restaurants, bistros, coffee shops, and wine bars.
At night, the street is illuminated by beautiful strings of lights, as well as the iconic neon sign museum, which features 19 restored historical neon signs from some of Edmonton’s finest local proprietors.
City Market Downtown - Proudly Serving Edmonton's Downtown Community for Over 100 Years!
During the summer months, Saturdays are bustling on 104th Street with the City Market Downtown, which has been an integral part of Edmonton’s downtown for more than a century. This year-round market is known for its friendly, open atmosphere and quality products delivered direct by local farmers, growers and artisans.
The market is held outdoors on 104th Street (north of Jasper Avenue) from May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving (9am to 3pm) and then moves indoors at City Hall (Sir Winston Churchill Square) from October to May (10am to 3pm). The Edmonton City Market Downtown showcases farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, ready-to-eat meals, bread, fruit wines, sweet treats, handcrafted jewelry, local art, one-of-a-kind clothing, home decor, cut flowers and bedding plants in season.
Attracting tens of thousands of visitors every Saturday, the City Market is a local favourite among Edmontonians who reside across the city. For those lucky enough to own downtown Edmonton real estate, the market is literally in their backyard!
Edmonton Downtown Condos - 104th Street / 4th Street Promenade
A few of the most popular Downtown Edmonton Condos buildings in this area include:
Located at 10136 104th Street. Comprised of two residential towers, the Icon 1 & 2 have 35 and 30 floors of living, respectively. The north tower extends 112 m, and the south tower rises 92 m, giving you a full view of the city. Completed in 2010, the Icon 1 & 2 are one of the newest condo offerings in the city and are a hot downtown Edmonton real estate.
Those seeking affordable luxury living in downtown Edmonton need look no further than The Century. Located at the 104th Street Promenade, the Century offers exceptional views of the city’s skyline on the west from its 20 floors of downtown luxury.
As an A-rated historical building, the Phillips Lofts were built in 1913 and completely renovated in 2020 by Chandos. This was a complete conversion as the only remaining artifacts are the exposed brick walls, wood floors, and beams and posts that just work to enhance the space.
These high-rise towers offer several residential units from one to three bedroom layouts. Fox 1 was completed in 2015 and Fox began in 2014 and is scheduled to be completed this year.
These inviting condos have it all with a two-story loft architecture that was completely redone in 1994 with a contemporary industrial feel.
Ice District and Rogers Place
Occupying 24 acres of land in downtown Edmonton, once completed the Ice District will be the jewel of the city and the largest mixed-use and entertainment district in Canada.
At the centre of the excitement, Roger’s Place is home ice for the Edmonton Oilers and plays host to numerous live music and entertainment acts throughout the year. It also features the “winter garden” or Ford Hall, which is a public gathering space spanning 45,000 sq. ft. and connects the Edmonton LRT with the grand entrance of Rogers Place. Other amenities in various stages of completion include a public plaza, community arena, the Grand Villa Casino (completed) and a Cineplex theatre.
Edmonton Condos Close to the Ice District
Popular condominium complexes near Edmonton’s Ice District include:
These condos have it all with 22 floors of gorgeous design. Featuring 117 units, you are sure to find the perfect unit for you and your family!
These new downtown Edmonton condos are everything you ever imagined with a sleek and modern building that just oozes with opulence inside and out.
These urban dwellings are divine with 19 stories of residential high-rise living in the heart of downtown. Constructed in 2002, the Legacy features 147 condo units that face 105th Street.
Downtown Edmonton Condo Lifestyle: 124th Street Profile
The 124th Street area of downtown Edmonton has undergone a remarkable transformation, becoming one of Edmonton’s most vibrant hotspots for uniquely local food, fashion, and art.
Neighboured by some of Edmonton’s oldest, most affluent communities including Glenora and Westmount, 124th Street features some of the city’s best art galleries, boutique clothing stores, local restaurants, cocktails bars, and coffee shops.
Visitors and residents from other areas of the city come to 124th Street to enjoy the 124 Grand Market on Thursday evenings from May to October, as well as the All is Bright Festival, which kicks off the holiday season each year in November and features art installations, winter activities, and live entertainment.
124th Street and Surrounding Area
The following buildings are home to some of the most coveted downtown condos for sale in Edmonton: The Gainsborough, Properties on High Street, St. Lawrence Court, High Street District, and Glenora Gates.
Other Popular Downtown Edmonton Condominiums
With its hot real estate market, many are in search for an exclusive condo in Downtown Edmonton. Here are some other popular complexes:
Located on 105th Street NW, this condo complex is located right in the heart of the city.
This gorgeous condominium complex on 106th Street is instantly recognizable for its sleek, modern design. With stunning views and a central location, this Downtown Edmonton condo is highly-desired by buyers.
Stunning location meets luxury amenities! The Encore Tower is one of Downtown Edmonton's most highly sought-after condos.
More Life in Your Lifestyle: Downtown Edmonton Real Estate For Sale Perfect for Active Homeowners
Many are setting up home base in Edmonton’s downtown because it offers them unparalleled flexibility and life balance you simply can’t find in sprawling suburbia.
Downtown dwellers have access to many amenities that help inspire an active, healthy lifestyle. For example, the Kinsmen Sports Centre, located at the bottom of Walterdale Hill, has programming available for high performance athletes and everyday fitness enthusiasts alike. In addition to a world-class functional training centre, the Kinsmen Sports Centre has a swimming pool, dive tank, running track, indoor racquet sport courts, and is conveniently located close to the incredible network of trails that run through Edmonton’s beautiful river valley.
Other fitness facilities located in central Edmonton include: World Health Fitness, Don Wheaton Family YMCA, Goodlife Fitness Centre, the Royal Glenora Club (private membership required), as well as numerous boutique fitness facilities and yoga studios.
Need A Little Greenery To Go With Your Concrete Jungle? Edmonton's Downtown Parks Have You Covered!
Edmonton’s downtown core isn’t all high rises and parking lots. There are many beautiful green spaces and parks scattered throughout downtown Edmonton. Popular downtown Edmonton parks include: Alex Decoteau Park, Victoria Park, Louise McKinney Riverfront Park, Constable Ezio Faraone Park, Oliver Park, and Forest Heights Park.
Edmonton's Downtown: More Family-Friendly Than You Think
While downtown living is typically associated with young, urban professionals, the tide is starting to turn with more young families choosing to live centrally. Both Edmonton Public School Board and Edmonton Catholic School Board run excellent schools in downtown Edmonton. Depending on your area, the top Edmonton downtown schools may include:
Downtown Edmonton Public Schools
Oliver School (K-9)
John A McDougall School (K-6)
Riverdale School (K-6)
Glenora School (K-6)
Norwood School (K-6)
Victoria School (K-12)
Westminster School (7-9)
McNally School (10-12)
Centre High (10-12)
Downtown Edmonton Catholic Schools
Grandin School (K-6)
St. Teresa of Calcutta School (K-6)
St. Catherine School (K-9)
St. Basil School (K-9)
St. Alphonsus School (K-9)
St. Joseph School (10-12)
St. Francis Xavier School (10-12)
Archbishop O'Leary School (10-12)
Austin O'Brien School (10-12)
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