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Identification

The Churchill
Centennial Building
112752

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
aluminum
curtain wall
modernism

Usages

senior living
mercantile

Facts

  • All original building materials were gathered within a 40 mile radius of the site.
  • There were plans from the beginning to develop a second "twin" tower just to the west of the first building. Economic conditions and owner circumstances prevented this from happening.
  • This building was originally an office tower but was converted to assisted living residential suites and apartments in 1999. Both the interior and exterior were completely renovated at a cost of $12 million.
  • During reconstruction, in order to capitalize on the smaller mechanchical systems, an intermediate residential floor was built by splitting the 20-foot high mechanical room into two 10-foot high floors.
  • Original plans had envisioned a penthouse dining establishment. This idea was dropped shortly before completion due to the newly opened revolving restaurant at the Crowne Plaza Edmonton.

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Location

10015 103 Avenue NW
10015 103 Avenue NW
T5J 0H1
Downtown
Edmonton
Alberta
Canada

Technical Data

261.67 ft
261.67 ft
259.00 ft
241.50 ft
229.50 ft
249.67 ft
12.00 ft
22
2
1966
1967
1999
200
$7,000,000

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1999

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