A loft for learning textile crafts. The bright, friendly studio presents seasoned practitioners and makers sharing their skills and experience with the public. Single and multi-day workshop sessions focus on weaving, rug-hooking, punch needle, embroidery, sashiko, knitting, natural dyeing, eco-printing, marbling and shibori.
A densely-populated, welcome home for young professionals and long-established residents
Sitting on the west edge of downtown, Oliver is a densely-populated, welcome home for young professionals and long-established residents. Overlooking the river valley southward, it offers distinctive views of the city’s massive parkland and easy access to the green space, the Victoria Golf Course and bike paths. With urban renewal well underway, locally-owned restaurants, cafes, LGBTQ-friendly bars as well as artist-run centres and commercial galleries are open for business.
The long-standing, much-loved food and hospitality of local chef Brad Lazarenko, has a new home and format. Using local produce and suppliers, the deli-style spot offers fresh, fast individual servings for lunch and weekend breakfasts and family-size meals for dinner. Packaging is kept to a minimum (mostly bio-degradable) and larger meals come in returnable roasting pans.
Simplicity and heritage are at the core of this Edmonton-owned bakery. The owner and head baker, Todd Barraclough is obsessed with crafting handmade, artisanal bread. He draws from centuries of tradition, using wild yeast and only three ingredients — water, flour and salt. The bakery and cafe welcome you in for a tasty morsel (and coffee) and invites you to takeaway a loaf of bread.
Alberta's very first plant-based pizzeria. Siblings and chefs, Neil Royale and Karuna Goodall, grew up vegetarian and are now cooking up Neapolitan-style pizza pies with gluten-free crust and meatless, non-dairy and egg-free ingredients. A vegan and vegetarian culinary delight striving to appeal to carnivores too.
Take a trip across the High Level bridge and back in time, on the Edmonton Street Car. Operated by the Edmonton Radial Railway Society, the Street Car runs during the warmer months, between the Alberta Arts Barn (Gateway Boulevard and 84 Ave) over top of the North Saskatchewan River to Jasper Plaza (109 Street and 100 Ave).
An elegantly designed home decor store, featuring antiques, collectibles and new products sourced from across Europe and North America. They offer comprehensive residential interior design services to help clients curate their space and reflect their own distinct style.
Mature trees encircle the pond with wetland plants along the water's edge, creating a naturalized bank. Various wooden decks accompanied by benches create spots for rest, reflection or a chat. A water feature on the southend of the park flows to the pond, creating sound and a chance to engage with the water.
An open field with gently rolling hills to run, play and lounge on, while a spray park and playground take up the northern edge of the space.
An expansive paved walkway stretching along five blocks, overlooking the North Saskatchewan River Valley. Park benches dot the promenade for a rest and a chance to take it all in.
Get a sense of just how massive the river valley is from the top of Victoria Park Road. Lounge on one of the many park benches or in the gazebo before heading off into the trail network.
An all-girls junior high school where young women are empowered to lead and learn. The grade 7-9 is part of the Edmonton Public School board --- it is not a private school. It provides Curriculum Enrichment and Extension Days (CEEDs) to help students make connections between their classes and the world outside of the school walls.
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
- Single Level Apartment
- 796 sq.ft.
- 0 Beds
- 1 Bath
- Studio Suite
- 360 sq.ft.
- 2 Beds
- 2 Baths
- Multi Level Apartment
- 1291 sq.ft.