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The Building

New Cambridge Lofts  |  10024 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, AB  |  T5J 1R9

Welcome to the New Cambridge Lofts! Our building offers over 200 privately-owned units featuring stunning views of the River Valley, a prime central location, and direct access to the LRT and pedway system.

Completed in 1968, the Cambridge was designed by architectural firm Richards Berretti Jellenick as a modern office building. The structure was constructed adjacent to the old Canadian Pacific Building (to the east) with the intent that this new Cambridge building was to be one-half of a future tower. The second half was never built.

Around 2002, the building was purchased by Worthington Properties and was converted into condominiums.

In 2011, major renovations were performed on the façade of the building, luring commercial tenants into the long-vacant spaces on Jasper Ave as well as the LRT-connected basement spaces. The Cambridge is the only residential building in Edmonton to offer direct pedway and LRT access.

2014 proved to be a big year for the building. Outside, extensive streetscaping work was completed on Jasper Ave, further increasing desirability of the property.

Meanwhile, a large renovation project let by architect Sherri Shorten completely refreshed the common areas on every floor. Vibrantly coloured carpet, paint and custom glass signage contribute to a dynamic, vibrant urban experience. Three different colour schemes (red, blue and lime) alternate from floor to floor.

Finally, 2014 saw the renovation of the vintage elevator cabs, now adorned with modern steel and custom designed glass panels (also designed by Shorten). The renovations were a resounding success with residents and the public alike, and the elevator project was featured in the Edmonton Journal's Style section on May 1, 2014.