About GEF Queen Alexandra Place
Queen Alexandra Place is a three-storey brick building, with 58 accessible, single and double suites in the heart of the desirable Queen Alexandra neighbourhood. Convenient on-site features include a newly renovated laundry room, exercise room, a hair salon and recreation room. For active residents, weekly activities include regular exercise classes, bingo, card games, shuffleboard, horse racing, entertainment, and pub nights. A variety of services are available at the lodge monthly, including VON Foot Care, wellness clinics, Ferguson Hearing and church services. For computer-savvy residents, there are two computers with internet access ready for use.Queen Alexandra Place Brochure
Suite options avaliable:
- Single Occupancy Lodge
- Double Occupancy Lodge
- Common Areas to socialize
- Computer Room
- Exercise Area/Exercise Equipment
- Games, Activity and Craft Room
- Indoor Smoking Room
- Laundry Machines
- Recreation Room
- Community Support Program
- Recreation Coordinator
- Social/Recreational Activities
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Dining Room with Meal Service
- Guest Meals (for purchase)
- Above ground parking
- Public Transit Access
Queen Alexandra Place wait times
These wait times are only an estimate.Please contact us if your housing need or your timing changes
About this neighbourhood
Old Strathcona is a mature and well-developed neighbourhood with stately buildings, stunning old mature trees, and lovely gardens all around. Old Strathcona is a perfect blend of incredible shopping, world class dining, and lively entertainment! Whyte Avenue, which is just blocks away from Queen Alexandra Place Lodge, is a vibrant area with strong ties to art and theatre. There are dozens of eclectic shops and cafes creating and enhancing the area’s bohemian vibe.
A fun fact about the neighbourhood is that Strathcona was once a separate city from Edmonton. The amalgamation occurred in 1912, and the city has been better for it ever since.
Strathcona Place Seniors Society is just across the street and a pharmacy, dermatologist, and allergy clinic are right next door as well as an audiology clinic just one block away. Many churches surround the area and are easily accessible. There is a major bus route at the end of the block, and connections to almost anywhere in the city.
Most errands accessible by walking
A few nearby public transportation options.
Queen Alexandra Place
10825 - 77 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T6E 6C5