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ICE DISTRICTa master-planned mixed-use community

The largest mixed-use sports and entertainment district in Canada, ICE District is playing a key role in the revitalization of downtown Edmonton, attracting visitors and new residents from all over the city and beyond. Spanning 25 acres, ICE District is centred around the iconic Rogers Place arena, home to the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers and a thrilling venue for world-class entertainment acts. Boutiques, brand-name stores, restaurants, lounges, cafés, Grand Villa Casino, JW Marriott Hotel, and 1.3 million sq.ft. of office space in two towers are turning ICE District into a premier lifestyle destination.

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state of art design

One of the most incredible, space-age-looking new buildings in Canada, Rogers Place was designed by HOK, in association with ATB and DIALOG. Not only is the award-winning arena a stunning showcase of innovation and creativity; it is also the first LEED® Silver-certified NHL facility in Canada, thanks to the use of locally sourced materials in its construction. Many successful sustainability initiatives have been implemented for water and energy efficiency, indoor air quality and more. And the largest true high-definition centre-hung scoreboard in the NHL hangs above centre ice.

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ICE District is a celebration of Edmonton’s winter city status and the sport that fuels our passion – hockey. ICE District arose from the need for a new hockey arena, the catalyst that sparked a vision that is transforming Edmonton before our very eyes. ICE District will be a modern urban destination and gathering place. It’s a tribute to those things that make Edmonton and Edmontonians truly unforgetTable and truly unique.

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world-class stage

Designed with amazing site lines and state-of-the-art technology, Rogers Place is a world-class venue for sports and entertainment, with a capacity of 20,000 for concerts and 18,500 for hockey games. The futuristic-looking arena is connected by pedway to SKY Residences — making it convenient and comfortable to get there any time of year to watch an Oilers game or take in a concert. Outside, the 77,000 sq.ft. ICE District Plaza, with a stage and high-tech electronics, can host up to 8,000 people for concerts and festivals.

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Master plan

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Ticket to everywhere

ICE District was designed to be a primary transit hub, and has the easy connections you need to get around Edmonton. Four LRT stations are located within a five-minute walk of SKY Residences, and the MacEwan LRT Station is connected to Rogers Place. Major bus routes also flow past the district. The new LRT Valley Line will be completed in 2021, with more stops adding to the ease of travel. In inclement weather, take advantage of the pedway, a 13-km network of indoor walkways connecting more than 40 buildings, including all of ICE District.

future above ground pedway
underground pedway
above ground pedway
ground level pedway
  1. JW Marriott Hotel & The Legends Private Residences
  2. Edmonton Tower
  3. Stantec Tower & SKY Residences
  4. ICE District Plaza
  5. Edmonton Downtown Community Arena
  6. Grand Villa Casino Edmonton & Oilers Entertainment Group Headquarters
  7. FUTURE Residences
  8. Loblaws City Market, Retail
  9. ICE District Phase II
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capital line
metro line
valley line - phase one (2020)
valley line - phase two (proposed)
festival line (proposed)
energy line (proposed)
stations
  1. JW Marriott Hotel & The Legends Private Residences
  2. Edmonton Tower
  3. Stantec Tower & SKY Residences
  4. ICE District Plaza
  5. Edmonton Downtown Community Arena
  6. Grand Villa Casino Edmonton & Oilers Entertainment Group Headquarters
  7. FUTURE Residences
  8. Loblaws City Market, Retail
  9. ICE District Phase II
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