This piece of art is a must see if you’re at the Telus World of Science Edmonton.
Built on one-and-a-half lots enclosed with trees, this 4,005 square foot home is ultra-modern and private.
This meticulously designed home has hand-scraped wood floors, artistic tile work and a double-sided, stone surround gas fireplace.
This property has been renovated and includes plenty of custom details, from a floating staircase to bubble windows.
This property, designed by architect Don Bittorf, is full of fantastic details.
This home in Wolf Ridge Estates is a renovated showstopper.
An author’s first Edmonton winter.
While Edmonton’s eyes focus on infill, condos and transit to make it easier to get to and from downtown, the suburbs continue their quiet surge. What makes living near the Henday so darn appealing to so many?
It gets a lot of love, but the core isn’t the only place to live. Four families share the reasons they moved from the city’s centre to the suburbs.
You can open downtown and have business come to you; but these entrepreneurs decided to open in the suburbs, and let their businesses come to the people.
Do we have a particular accent? A writer got to the bottom of the intriguing question.