The Edmonton Galleria Project
Imagine a place in downtown Edmonton where thousands of people come every day to be involved, entertained and engaged. This is the essence of the Edmonton Galleria Project.
This downtown development is an exciting Philanthropic, not-for-profit Public, Private Partnership (P4) that will have major and positive economic, cultural and social impacts on Edmonton. It is led by the E-DACC Foundation and includes a Galleria, four performing arts theatres, a University of Alberta campus and commercial space.
Watch a panoramic video view of the Edmonton Galleria Project.
The Edmonton Galleria Project, viewed from the southwest.
A site plan of the Edmonton Galleria Project showing access from 99 Street, through the forecourt and into the Galleria.
The proposed location is north of 103A Avenue across from Edmonton City Hall. Highlighted in solid purple is a portion of the proposed U of A campus and a commercial office tower.
An aerial view of the Edmonton Galleria Project looking north along 99 Street from the river valley.
A conceptual view of a portion of the U of A campus and the commercial office tower from the southwest.
An artist's rendering of the inside of the Galleria.
Another concept drawing of what the inside of the Galleria may look like when finished.
An example of a Galleria: Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.
Another Galleria example, this time in Milan, Italy.
We are thrilled to welcome John Mahon to the EDACC Foundation Board of Directors. John is the former Executive Director of the Edmonton Arts Council.
What People Are Saying
Jim Carter, Board Chair, Francis Winspear Centre for Music."The E-DACC project as currently proposed is complementary to our own expansion plans. Our conclusion is that this project has the potential to significantly benefit our city.”
Catherine Broomfield, Executive Director, iHuman.“The opportunity for iHuman to have access to free or reasonable cost quality performance space would be valuable and make a significant contribution to enhancing our music and theatre performance programming.”
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