From left, Cristo Crudo, Nick Crudo and father Guiseppe Crudo are excited about opening their new restaurant on 104th Street. Photograph by: Greg Southam , Edmonton Journal In 2011, when Nick and Cristo Crudo opened a charming, tiny Italian café in a faded strip mall near Alberta Avenue, it was for family. Their mother had died, and the brothers wanted to find a way to spend time with their father, Guiseppe — Read More
The interior of this full-service menswear boutique is open-concept for two reasons: to highlight the distressed 1912 brick of the converted warehouse, and to let you visualize your year's wardrobe at one glance – from summery AMI woven-cotton Henleys showcased in the front to cozy cashmere-and-silk-blend Corneliani swatches in the back. Somewhere in between, you'll be greeted by veteran suit-salesmen Brad Kahler and Chad Helm, a pipe fitter turned model Read More
Monday Sept 29th, 2014
Coast Plaza Hotel Edmonton (10155-105 Street)
With all the excitmement with development occiring downtown, have you wondered how the development of hte Edmonton Arena District will impact residents and businesses on 104th Street? Here's your chance to find out!
On September 29th, the 104th Street Action Committee will be hosting an evening with Scott McKeen, our ward 6 CityRead More
SOURCE: By Patricia Kozicka Global News Watch above: In the past 24 hours, developers have announced a new commercial tower and a luxury condo complex. Fletcher Kent examines area district development. EDMONTON – A new commercial tower has been announced for the Edmonton downtown arena district, less than a day after Toronto’s “condo king” shared his vision for the city’s core. Brad Lamb, a high-profile realtor and developer who had his own HGTV reality show, is planning to Read More
Update on the Alley of Light Although much time has been spent on getting the strip park behind Sobey’s redeveloped, the first stage will begin in the next few days!
The City of Edmonton has awarded a contract to Paving Stone Plus and construction will likely begin in the week of July 28-August 1.
The work to be undertaken includes removal of existing paving stone, concrete curbingRead More
Alberta's capital city is slowly gentrifying, with cool new bars and restaurants downtown and a new sense of optimism. JIM BYERS PHOTO
104th St. in downtown Edmonton is filled with hip spots.EDMONTON – This might be the next great Canadian city. Or at least the next cool one. Lots of folks in Toronto pooh-pooh Edmonton. Yeah, it’s a city that’s still rough around the edges. And, yeah, it’s a tad chilly in winter. But there’s Read More
BY PAULA SIMONS, EDMONTON JOURNAL JANUARY 13, 2014 EDMONTON - “I just love it here,” says Reza Mostashari, president of Langham Developments. “I really have an affection for Edmonton. If you do something here, it will have a noticeable impact. It can make noticeable difference to the life of the city. In New York and Los Angeles, you can do a nice project there, but you can’t have an influence on Read More
Welcome to the WORKHALL Boutique, located in the historic Great West Saddlery Building (#102, 10137 – 104 Street) as of November 2013. The WORKHALL is an open-studio concept boutique. It was founded with the mission of introducing and promoting Edmonton-based labels. It represents labels with a national and international perspective; designers who possess a distinctive sense of beauty, and emphasize artistry over commercialism. The WORKHALL was designed to inspire forward thinking. With Read More
Our very own City Market on 104th, was recently recognized by National Geographic blogger Andrew Evans, as the BEST Farmers' Market in 2013! Andrew has travelled the globe and visited our lovely street this past summer... We have to agree with Andrew on this one... Congratulations to the City Market and all those that have worked so hard to make it as successful as it is today! Read Andrew's Post Read More