Loaded Pierogi is opening in ICE District next month - dunno exactly where.
Looking ahead to next month, there are a number of exciting new Edmonton restaurant openings and bars that will open their doors.dailyhive.com
Thanks for sharing the list, it's great to see so many improvements being funded. Anyone know where we can find a list of what other projects in the Capital Region have been funded? I'm curious to see whether nearby communities took advantage of this as much as Edmonton did.Alberta's capital will soon have new tennis courts, better outdoor hockey rinks and new patio spaces in Ice District – as part of 27 projects aimed at improving community spaces.edmonton.ctvnews.ca
City of Edmonton – $750,000
Improve pedestrian areas in two key downtown locations in the Ice District to improve pedestrian safety and provide spaces that support sidewalk patios for local businesses.
They've had it branded Scotia bank before, you know because its the Bank District... It was for the 2020 playoff bubble and the recent hometown hockey event.Wonder what they choose to name the plaza for playoff time. My suggestion "The oil field at Ice District."
I don't know that a crosswalk would have much benefit to it. And that's not even considering the cost, both in $ and traffic issues.Now that the plazas open, I really hope the city considers putting in a crosswalk over 104 Ave at 103 St. This area should put pedestrians first. While you’re at it, diet 104 Ave down to 4 lanes and add a wide median with trees and art.
Now that the plazas open, I really hope the city considers putting in a crosswalk over 104 Ave at 103 St. This area should put pedestrians first. While you’re at it, diet 104 Ave down to 4 lanes and add a wide median with trees and art.
Will 104 Ave will be down to two lanes in each direction west of 107st once the lrt is in place?
Making the section east of 107st to four total lanes and adding those elements to 104 Ave sounds good to me.