Jamieson Place (Calgary)

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Jamieson Place
Jamieson Place Eau Claire.JPG
Jamieson Place seen from Princes Island Park
General information
Coordinates51°02′59″N 114°04′06″W / 51.04972°N 114.06833°W / 51.04972; -114.06833Coordinates: 51°02′59″N 114°04′06″W / 51.04972°N 114.06833°W / 51.04972; -114.06833
Construction startedJanuary 2007
OpeningDecember 2009
OwnerBritish Columbia Investment Management Corporation
ManagementBentall Capital
Antenna spire173 m (568 ft)
Roof170 m (560 ft)[1]
Technical details
Floor count38
Floor area920,000 sq ft (85,000 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectGibbs Gage Architects[2]
DeveloperBentall LP
Structural engineerRead Jones Christoffersen
Main contractorEllisDon

Jamieson Place is a skyscraper in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

It was named in honour of Alice Jamieson, the first female to be appointed to any judiciary in the British Empire (in 1913).[3]

The complex includes an underground 5 level, 240,000 sq ft (22,000 m2) parkade with 500 stalls and a 3-story high indoor winter garden.[2] It is connected to the east and north by a Plus 15 skywalk, with expansion planned towards the west to the nearby Westin Hotel. The office space covers 920,000 sq ft (85,000 m2).

The roof of the 38 floors tower rise to a height of 170 m (560 ft)[1] and the two spires bring the total height to 173 m (568 ft). The spires are lit during the night.

The building is owned by British Columbia Investment Management Corporation and managed by Bentall LP.


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  1. ^ a b Emporis. "Jamieson Place". Retrieved 2007-10-27.
  2. ^ a b Gibbs Gage Architects. "Jamieson Place". Retrieved 2007-10-27.
  3. ^ Jamieson Place. "Naming". Archived from the original on October 20, 2008. Retrieved 2007-10-27.

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