Located at 11051-97 Street in Edmonton, minutes away from the downtown core. Classic, fully restored Art Deco building with brand new HVAC, electrical, plumbing, windows and fixtures. Second floor includes ROOFTOP PATIO with views of the downtown skyline.
Constructed in 1948, this building features a stucco exterior, as well as wood and steel frame construction, and attractive new landscaping. True to Art Deco tradition, interiors feature rounded corners and an abundance of glass blocks. But this iconic building is only part of what makes Decolicious the best office address in Edmonton.
With a growing community of entrepreneurs, researchers, makers and technology innovators, Edmonton is bustling with commerce and creativity. Decolicious offers light-filled spaces, with attractive floor plans that lend themselves to the dynamic, collaborative spaces of modern work. Art Deco windows, with prime views of a city bustling with commerce and creativity, surround your team with inspiration and purpose. This one of a kind boutique space is perfect for small and medium size firms who want to stand out in a crowd. This uniquely attractive and stylish commercial space is a rare gem in downtown Edmonton.
Location is critical for both the tenants and their clients. Decolicious is located at a fantastically convenient intersection that is easy to get to using any mode of transportation. It is a 15 minute walk to City Hall, and transit is right outside the door. LRT is a ten minute walk and there is easy to access bike trails. With onsite parking, access downtown Edmonton without the additional cost.
Located at the intersection of Norwood Blvd and 97 St, Decolicious comes with incredible signage opportunities to the east, west, north and south. For an organization wanting to create a presence, this ability to generate unique signage will help cement and promote their brand.
Photo by Tim Mossholder.
Immerse yourself in the remarkable intersection of life and work in downtown Edmonton. The neighbourhood of McCauley is growing in residential, retail and office space. Buildings are landmarks of old and new ventures, a melting pot for retail and commerce. Edmonton's best-loved business, art galleries, museums, luxury hotels, and fusion cuisine are all claiming a stake in redefining Edmonton's downtown. All readily available for tenants of Decolicious.
McCauley is a vibrant and ethnically diverse inner city neighbourhood in Edmonton, and rated as one of the most walkable in the city. Chinatown and Little Italy are within a few blocks. Both are unique and distinct retail shopping areas representing over 250 shops and services. The beautiful Red Gates signify the entrance to Edmonton’s Chinatown, a vibrant shopping and dining destination brimming with Asian culture and flair, while Little Italy offers a plethora of restaurants and shops featuring Italian foods and merchandise, as well as the green oasis of Giovanni Caboto Park.
This iconic neighbourhood is famous for its collection of religious assemblies. In particular, 96 Street is also known as "Church Street," with numerous turn of the century buildings celebrating faiths from around the world. Churches and other historical buildings have been given second lives as architectural studios, boutique offices, shops and event spaces. Decolicious is part of this transformation, and is one of the eight official City of Edmonton sites designated as Municipal Historic Resources in the McCauley neighbourhood. In addition to the historic buildings, new and upgraded structures are popping up as part of the renewal of the area.