Want city living at its best? Then you will love the prestigious & highly sought-after Phillips Lofts.

This trendy building is located directly on the renowned Downtown hot-spot known as the 4th Street Promenade, a sophisticated and historical neighbourhood. Right in the undeniably stylish Warehouse District which is rich with historical character and charm that offers an urban atmosphere in which you can admire the arts, fine food, and unique boutiques. This prestigious Downtown Edmonton real estate is in the heart of all the action of the city.

Unlike many Downtown condos, the Phillips Lofts have the privacy you need with a bit of history as your surroundings.

Bright and spacious interiors will greet you in these airy Downtown lofts that incorporate stone, brick and light-exposed concrete walls that just add to the appeal of these suites. You’ll love the exposed timber beams and be impressed with the open concept style and tall ceilings to give you a feeling of even more space. You’ll also have parking, an active Board, and a communal rooftop patio to enjoy.

With very convenient access to many amenities the Phillips Loft building offers you more than just another cookie-cutter Downtown lofts, these sleek executive suites are a perfect and seamless blend of the historic and the contemporary in one ideal elegant package.

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It’s definitely a lifestyle!

Things To Do

Phillips Lofts offers easy access to an adventurous lifestyle, with plenty of nearby activities, world-class entertainment, gyms and yoga studios, shopping, coffee shops, parks and a dog park, schools, art galleries such as the 8,000 square metre Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA) or the largest museum in western Canada, the Royal Alberta Museum (RAM), the Alberta Legislative Building, libraries and so much more!

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Food & Music

Grab a bite at casual or fine dining restaurants, a pint at a pub, perhaps some finely aged cheese and wine at sophisticated artisanal bistros. With restaurant staples alongside local eateries, a good meal is never far away. Rogers Place, North America’s premier and most technologically advanced sports and entertainment venue, has world-class live music acts and shows year-round as well.

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Activities & Sports

Whether it’s fitness classes, swimming, running stairs or even lifting weights there’s always plenty of nearby activities you can be a part of. You can even explore the 48 km long River Valley including 11 lakes and 22 ravines via bike or walking or participate in a range of organized sports and activities in the area for youth and adults alike.

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Shops & Services

4th Street’s wide and walkable Downtown Warehouse District includes tailors, high-end bespoke fashion, dry cleaning, convenience stores, salons, and boutique shops to name a few. If your morning isn’t complete without a large latte, the street’s coffee shops can fill that hankering too.

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Whether you’re catching a concert or a game at Rogers Place or you have a meeting in the 29-storey 129.84-metre tall, Edmonton Tower in the ICE District, you’re well-connected. From 4th street, you can enjoy 40+km of fully indoor pedway access to all your favourite Downtown amenities along with thousands of central parking, easy transit and Light Rail Transit (LRT) options along the major routes.  Just steps away is the LRT’s Bay/Enterprise Square Station, with access to Churchill Station, Central Station, Capital Line Station and MacEwan Station all within walking distance. City bus routes are just as accessible as well. With plenty of bike racks, biking on and around 4th Street is just as easy! You can also take advantage of the bike paths that take a cyclist to work, around Downtown Edmonton, or through the lush River Valley.

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A Deep, Rich History

The Warehouse District is located between Jasper Avenue and 104th Avenue and between 102nd Street and 109th Street. During the first decade of the 20th century, the Hudson’s Bay Company began selling its landholdings in this area, and businesses were quick to move in. The Warehouse District grew up along the CNoR and later Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) spur lines that delivered to the storage facilities for the businesses along Jasper Avenue. Remnants of this district are seen in the uncomplicated brick buildings still standing along 104th Street. The commercial style Phillips Building was first used by the Western and Cartage Company in 1912 as storage and exemplifies Edmonton’s early warehouses.

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