December 10, 2019
Former Enbridge Place Redevelopment Redefines 103 Street in Edmonton
Epic Investment Services announced today that 10130 103 Street downtown in Edmonton, Alberta is under redevelopment to create a brand new connection and collaboration space for businesses in the heart of the city. The 22-floor, Class “A” office tower, formerly known as “Enbridge Place,” has become a top office location for a new generation of business founders and entrepreneurs who aim to build their business in Edmonton but reach a global market.
The redevelopment, set to be completed in Spring 2020, includes an entire overhaul of the interior and exterior of the ground and second floors. With direct access to the pedway and cycling networks, along with quick connections to current and planned LRT stations, 10130 103 Street is already an exceptionally connected building in Edmonton; the redevelopment builds on that, providing tenants with even greater access in the downtown core.
The exterior improvements include an outdoor patio, façade enhancements, as well as landscaping updates that enhance the building’s interaction with the sidewalk and cycling path. Interior plans create a two-floor lobby experience, which includes a flexible presentation space for over 100 people on the main floor. The majority of the building’s retail spaces are being repurposed to provide tenant meeting spaces and a fitness centre on the pedway level as well as a private tenant lounge and food and hospitality services on the ground floor.
To date, approximately 50% of the building has been leased and the remainder of the building is available as developed or turnkey space ranging from 1,000 to 125,000 square feet. Key tenants in the project include Aurora Cannabis, Alta ML, and Jobber; the latter being ranked the second fastest-growing software company in Canada by Canadian Business’ Growth 500 list for 2019. These businesses represent the essential promise of the building—that this is a home for
innovative, fast-growing, and forward-looking businesses.
“We’re very excited to be making 10130 103 Street Jobber’s new headquarters in Edmonton,” said Sam Pillar, CEO & Co-founder, Jobber. “As we continue to add hundreds of new people to the Jobber team, it was important that we find a well-connected, centrally located space that can scale with us, and a partner that is eager to be a part of what we’re building here for the long-term. We’re happy to have found just that.”
With highly adaptable leasing options, Epic Investment Services intends 10130 103 Street to be a “grow in one place” opportunity for businesses and startups in Edmonton. As the tech industry continues to grow in the city, 10130 103 Street is an ideal location for ventures looking to start or expand their operations. As leasing continues, Epic is committed to the continued development of a diverse ecosystem of businesses and industries; fostering a platform in the city where information, opportunities, and ideas can cross-pollinate.
About Epic Investment Services
Epic Investment Services, which includes its wholly owned subsidiary MDC Realty Advisors in the United States, is a fully integrated North American real estate platform. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, and operating from offices in Canada and the United States, Epic has over $17.5 billion in assets under management. Epic’s portfolio comprises over 35 million square feet of office, retail, industrial, and multi-family residential properties.
For more information, visit: epicinvestmentservices.com
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