The Orange Hub - Market Rate Spaces
Listing: The Orange Hub Spaces
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The City of Edmonton may have space available for lease, or have a requirement to lease space for civic purposes.
The City is currently seeking space for lease that meets the following requirements.
|Thank you for your interest. The City does not have any lease space requirements at this time.
Responses should be submitted as per the instructions in the property listing documentation, which can be accessed by clicking on the address for the property.
The City assumes no responsibility or liability for the costs incurred by the submitting proponents to prepare and/or submit a proposal. The entire cost of preparing and submitting a response, or any work in connection, will be borne by the submitting proponent or team of proponents.
If you are interested in purchasing or leasing land which you have not found listed for lease or sale on this site, please complete the Property Inquiry Form. After filling in the form, the process is as follows:
Attn: City of Edmonton Land Inventory Management Unit
10th Floor, Edmonton Tower
10111 104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0J4
Note: Property inquiries can take anywhere from 4 weeks to 6 months to complete, depending on the property you are inquiring about.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding your application (please include the neighbourhood and address in the subject line).
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The Edmonton Research Park was approved by City Council in 1982 to promote research and advanced technology activities in Edmonton. Today more than 55 businesses employing more than 1,500 staff are located within the Research Park. Some of these businesses offer space for lease consistent with permitted and discretionary uses allowed in the Research Park.