ICE District will be the largest mixed-use sports and entertainment district in Canada and is already projecting an energy and feeling unlike anything Edmonton has seen before. ICE District will deliver a new era of entertainment in the form of epic concerts, heart-stopping NHL and WHL hockey games and events, world-class gaming, boutique shopping, trendy dining and more. A humming public plaza with year-round programming will host events from festivals to public skating. All of this, just steps from sophisticated residences and premium office space. Upon completion, ICE District will span over 25 contiguous acres of downtown Edmonton. It is a master-planned community connecting downtown Edmonton to the north, east, west and south, and will be linked by five Light Rail Transit (LRT) stations, above and below-ground indoor pathways, pedestrian-friendly streets and promenades, and ample parking.
Rogers Place, the most advanced sports and entertainment venue in North America, has been completed and serves as the anchor of ICE District. The arena is connected to the Edmonton Downtown Community Arena, the MacEwan LRT Station and Ford Hall, the incomparable grand entrance to Rogers Place that spans over 104 Avenue. In addition to Rogers Place, ICE District will boast JW Marriott Edmonton ICE District, two AAA office towers with the City of Edmonton (Edmonton Tower) and Stantec (Stantec Tower) as the anchor tenants, condominiums and apartments, a variety of restaurants, a Food Hall, a mix of nightlife activities, the Grand Villa Casino Edmonton, a Kids & Company child care centre and retail options including boutique stores, a Loblaws CityMarket and a Rexall Drugstore.
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208,000 sq. ft.
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