Building exterior

Building exterior

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

Building amenities:

  • BBQ
  • Common Areas to socialize
  • Computer Room
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Exercise Area/Exercise Equipment
  • Games, Activity and Craft Room
  • Garden
  • Hairdresser
  • Indoor Smoking Room
  • Laundry Machines
  • Library
  • Recreation Room

Building services:

  • Community Support Program
  • Housekeeping
  • Recreation Coordinator
  • Social/Recreational Activities
  • Volunteer Opportunities

Food services:

  • Dining Room with Meal Service
  • Guest Meals (for purchase)

Transportation services:

  • 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

Under 6 months

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.

What's nearby:

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.

Walkability

Great

Most errands accessible by walking

Transit

Good

A few nearby public transportation options.

Queen Alexandra Place

10825 - 77 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T6E 6C5