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Commerce Place (Edmonton)

Commerce Place
Commerce Place from street level in June 2010
Commerce Place (Edmonton) is located in Edmonton
Commerce Place (Edmonton)
Location within Edmonton
General information
Type Office, Retail
Location 10155 102 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Coordinates
Completed 1990
Owner British Columbia Investment Management Corporation
Management GWL Realty Advisors
Height
Roof 123.17 m (404.1 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 30
Floor area 753,956 sq ft (70,044.8 m2)
Design and construction
Developer Olympia and York

Commerce Place is an office & retail complex in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It stands at 123 metres (404 feet) or 27 storeys tall and was completed in 1990.

Commerce Place has a small selection of shops in the main levels of the mall including Edmonton's Escada.

It is connected to Manulife Place by pedway.

Commerce Place is home to the Italian Consulate in Edmonton, the only fully accredited consulate in Edmonton (the rest are "honorary").[1][2]

See also

External links

  • Commerce Place
  • Commerce Place Emporis profile


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