Welcome to the 4th Street Promenade!

A sophisticated and historical neighbourhood in the heart of downtown Edmonton's Warehouse District that offers an urban atmosphere in which you can admire the arts, fine food, and unique boutiques. Aspiring to be a distinguished destination to live, work and play, 4th Street Promenade, as its often called, is one of the most exciting areas in Edmonton. Once you arrive, you’ll want to stay and enjoy quality time. Some of the favourite hangouts, restaurants and shops include Corso 32, Blue Plate Diner, Kelly's Pub, Credo Coffee, Evoolution, The Helm Clothing, deVine Wines & Spirits and many more.

Events

Events

There’s always something happening on 104th Street. Learn more about our past, present, and future events, as well as our annual favourites. Get ready to mark your calendars!

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Business

Business

Wondering if 104th Street has what you need? Our Business Directory lets you search for exactly the business you’re looking for. We’re confident you’ll find it here.

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Information

Information

Do you have questions about your visit or stay on 104th Street? Find practical information on security, 104th Street’s local artists, real estate, classifieds, parking, and more here.

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Newsletter

Newsletter

Keep up to date with 104th Street! Learn about our events, artists, businesses, and more. Our newsletter is sent a few times a year and packed with useful information.

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Bring the Heat (Road Closures)

Bring the Heat (Road Closures)

From November 21-24, thousands of fans and spectators will visit downtown Edmonton for the Grey Cup Festival! In order to accommodate the event, there will be a number of road closures in your neighbourhood. Please find important information and details below. Those travelling to and from downtown, as well as businesses along the Grey Cup Festival site, should expect travel delays and plan alternate routes accordingly Activity will be concentrated to Jasper Avenue Read More

Top Canadian Destinations for Baby Boomers

Top Canadian Destinations for Baby Boomers

Guess who’s spending serious money on travel these days? Baby boomers. According to the Canadian Tourism Research Institute (CTRI), the baby-boom generation is poised to become the main travel market in the next decade, by spending roughly $35 billion annually. Where are these explorers headed? We asked 1,000 real Canadians the top destinations they’d recommend. After filtering by the baby boomer age group, we found a few patterns. These seasoned explorers Read More

Pop Up Play

Pop Up Play

City of Edmonton, Child Friendly Edmonton & Stantec Presents Pop Up Play When you think about Edmonton’s downtown, do you think of it as a place for kids and families to play? Child Friendly Edmonton seeks to make the downtown core more playful through pop-ups that are focused on creative free play experiences for children and their families. A small team of planners with the City of Edmonton, Child Friendly Edmonton and Stantec Read More

A Message from the Committee

The 104th Street Action Committee consists of members of our community who have gathered together to advocate issues on your behalf have begun to tackle the issues which concern you the most. We have formed close working relationships with Edmonton Police Services to keep your street safe and with Capital City Cleanup to keep your street clean. Our sense of community has been fostered and strengthened through the development of closer ties with the Downtown Business Association, the Farmers’ Market, the Downtown Edmonton Community League and our City Council

We hope you enjoy our site and that you’ll continue to visit as we make improvements and additions over time. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have feedback!

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