Scotia Place complex
|Location||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|Construction started||Scotia 1: 1980
Scotia 2: 1982
|Completed||Scotia 1: 1982
Scotia 2: 1983
|Roof||Scotia 1: 113 m (371 ft)
Scotia 2: 88 m (289 ft)
|Floor count||Scotia 1: 28
Scotia 2: 21
|Design and construction|
|Architect||B. James Wensley Architect|
Scotia Place is an office tower complex in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that was completed in 1983. It is located at 10060 Jasper Avenue in the heart of Edmonton's Downtown. It is home to several long term tenants such as Grant Thornton, APEGGA, Ernst & Young, Duncan Craig LLP and Edmonton Transit. The namesake of the complex is Scotiabank.
Edmonton's extensive Pedway system allows downtown visitors to travel indoors to avoid the extreme weather. Scotia Place is part of that pedway which is linked directly to both the Edmonton LRT system and Manulife Place.
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