10304 – 111 Street Edmonton, Alberta
Acquired in: 1999
16,207 total sq/ft
1.25 acres of land
Oliver Crossing is the Company’s longest-held property and has continually been a model for the company. This 1.25 acre site has 16,207 square feet of leasable space in two buildings.
Imperial has made significant upgrades to this 78-year old building to transform it into a charming property, located on the fringe of downtown Edmonton, in the city’s historic Oliver district. This area has undergone a remarkable transformation over the past 10 years becoming one of the City’s fastest growing residential and commercial communities.
The Company’s initial purchase of this property was made just when the overall revitalization of the Oliver district was just beginning. Imperial has been able to hold on to an asset that has seen tremendous growth in its market value.
Meet the Tenant
Urban Timber introduces fresh modern designs using reclaimed wood from barns, schools, and old factories. Once forgotten or destroyed by fire, weather or landfills, Urban Timber rescues beams, planks, and wood siding to create furniture, solid wood flooring, mantles, and design accents for your home, office, or retail space. Locally owned and operated – proud to support our environment.
Louisiana Purchase serves authentic Creole & Cajun food. It was founded in 1989 in Edmonton and has always been locally owned and operated. Creole cuisine is a style of cooking originating in Louisiana (centered on the Greater New Orleans area) that blends French, Spanish, French Caribbean, African, and American influences. It also bears hallmarks of Italian cuisine. It is vaguely similar to Cajun cuisine in ingredients, but the important distinction is that Cajun cuisine arose from the more rustic, provincial French cooking adapted by the Acadians to Louisiana ingredients, whereas the cooking of the Louisiana Creoles tended more toward classical European styles adapted to local foodstuffs.
William H. Ross Architect Ltd. – is a traditional architectural consulting group operating since 1977. The company offers a full range of architectural expertise in commercial, institutional, industrial and residential projects. Other work includes tenant improvements and interior design for a variety of clients including the Bank of Nova Scotia and Merrill Lynch.
Indian Fusion – Provides an intimate, and relaxing dining experience. From the moment you step inside, your senses are engaged with the sights, sounds, and scents of an authentic East Indian restaurant. The warm and inviting decor provides the perfect accent to the menu of authentically prepared cuisine.
Privé – Melding the allure of trendsetting exclusivity with contemporary entertainment, Privé will redefine nightlife in Edmonton. Guests can indulge in the latest sensory innovations while escaping into a world that transcends professional service, classic seduction and sophistication. A voyeuristic design throughout the night club gives guests a bird’s eye view of the Jaw dropping entertainment, VIPs and Edmonton’s beautiful crowd. Prive features a variety of music formats during its three weekly nights, Thursday to Saturday, and offers VIP tables, one lounge to accommodate guests at the beginning of the night, three full-service bars and a lavish main dance floor.
Sable Realty Corp. – Established in 1987, Sable Realty Corp. is a locally owned and operated real estate brokerage in Edmonton, Alberta. Since its inception, Sable Realty Corp, has achieved more than $100 million dollars worth of residential and commercial transactions. Sable’s team of real estate professionals reflect the diversity, community and character of Edmonton – we are the home team. Our agents work collaboratively, together and with clients, sharing expertise and knowledge, all focused on maximizing outcomes for their clients.
Sable prides itself on being responsive to clients, understanding that buying a home or business often is the biggest transaction in your life. We provide dedicated service and the most current information and tools to ensure we are linked tightly within a marketplace that is changing every minute.
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