Commercial Properties

-Station Lands - EPCOR Tower-



EPCOR Tower features many innovations including an ultra high efficiency, triple glazed curtain wall system, 9'6" ceiling heights, premium quality highly-efficient building systems, two balconies per floor and underground parking for over 900 vehicles. 

The main and second floors feature retail and amenity spaces including a daycare, convenience store, restaurant and fitness centre.

The project has been awarded a LEED® Gold Certification.


-Parson's Village-

Parson’s Village is centrally located in the southeast sector of the City of Edmonton at the corner of 34 Avenue and 93 Street.

34 Avenue is a busy east-west thoroughfare with 24,000 vehicles driving by the Parson’s Village daily.

The nearby Calgary Trail South is the major artery moving traffic south to the International Airport and Calgary.

Gateway Boulevard is the major north thoroughfare moving traffic to downtown Edmonton.



-The Palisades-

The Palisades is located on the west side of 127 Street at 140 Avenue. It is part of the large retail corridor located along 137 Avenue, east and west of 127 Street.

137 Avenue is the major east-west thoroughfare in North Edmonton. Over 44,000 vehicles per day travel along 127 Avenue and close to 50,000 vehicles per day travel along 137 Avenue.

Nearby Skyview Power Centres is home to Sears Whole Home, Petsmart, Best Buy, Michaels, HomeSense, Home Outfitters, Winners, Pier 1 Imports and Winners.

Retailers operating at the Palisades include Dairy Queen, Skyview Dental, Lube City, Medicine Shoppe and Panago Pizza.

The Palisades is located next to numerous multi-family residential developments.


Southwest Edmonton has been a powerful region of growth for Edmonton in the last decade, and the neighbourhoods of Edgemont and Hampton Terrace are continuing the trend. With an average household income of over $163,000, retail businesses have access to a desirable segment of the population. Easy access to the Anthony Henday and proximity to Whitemud Drive make the site accessible, and pad and CRU options give retailers ample flexibility.

Current tenants include Circle K, Q-Nails, Tim Hortons, Eye 9 and Edgemont Dental.



-Newcastle Centre-


With several high-profile anchor tenants in place, and thriving residential neighbourhoods on three sides, Newcastle Shopping Centre enjoys a stable customer base in the city’s growing north end. Frontage on 127th street and 167th Avenue offers significant exposure and proximity to the Anthony Henday provides ease of access. The development includes ample parking and a modern aesthetic that both tenants and customers will appreciate.

Current tenants include a Daycare, LA Fitness, Dairy Queen, Mary Brown's, Royal Pizza, Deansgate Medical, H&R Block, Sobey's and many more!




Tamarack Common, located directly across from The Meadows Community Recreation Centre & the Meadows Library, is an important hub in Edmonton’s southwest. The site sees over 20,000 vehicles pass each day, many of whom are already attracted by the existing restaurants, retail, and service business. With major anchor tenants like Browns Socialhouse, Sobeys Liquor, and RBC already operating, Tamarack Common is an integral part of the community’s weekly routine.


-Jackson Heights-



Jackson Heights Shopping Centre is located directly on 50th Street and minutes away from the Whitemud Drive and Millwoods Road.  With 29, 600 vehicles per day, Jackson Heights has great visibility with pylon signage.

Some of the tenants at Jackson Heights Shopping Centre include Pizza 73, Liquor Barn, Optometrist, Dentist, Medicine Shoppe and Husky Gas.

(All above information is from QUALICO - used with permission)