Manulife Place


Manulife Place is the tallest building of Edmonton with a height of 146 meters. This building designed by Clifford Lawrie Bolton Ritchie Architects can be found at 102 Ave., Downtown Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This 42-floor building houses 22 stores and 3 restaurants. Such stores are retailers like Holt Renfrew, Aligator Pie, a popular children’s store, and Blu’s Womans wear; a top designer fashion store; and many other upscale shops for your choosing.

Other than these, Manulife Place also has an underground parking lot. It is also connected to Edmonton City centre and Commerce Place by a skywalk bridge. Manulife Place is famous for its annual “Manulife night” where customers are offered a 10% discount on every purchase back in Manulife dollars which can be used at a Manulife shop. Some stores, however, do not open during Sundays. Store hours are as follows: 10 am – 5:30 pm on Monday to Wednesday; 10 am- 8 pm on Thursday to Friday; 10 am – 5:30 pm on Saturday; and noon – 5 pm on Sunday. However, not all stores are open during Sundays.

Historically, Manulife Place’s location was once home to a hotel named the King Edward Hotel. This hotel stood on this site since 1904 until it was consumed and destroyed by a fire in 1982.

May 19, 2016 |

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