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The McLeod Building

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Identification

The McLeod Building
199688

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
brick
glass
limestone
terra-cotta
applied masonry
beige
chicago school

Usages

residential condominium
restaurant

Facts

  • The footings were made large enough to support a 50-storey building.
  • Early Edmonton resident and one time city alderman Kenneth Archibald McLeod had his building fashioned after the Paulsen Building in Spokane. He commissioned the same architect and hired the same contractors.
  • It instantly became the city's most prestigious business address and remained the tallest office building for decades until the completion of the Milner Building.

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Location

10136 100 Street NW
10136 100 Street NW
T5J 0P1
Edmonton
Alberta
Canada

Technical Data

115.00 ft
9
1913
1915
2003
$600,000

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