Front exterior

Front exterior

About GEF Highland Place

Highland Place is a four-storey building with 67 units, including two mobility-accessible units. The building amenities include a common area lounge with a kitchen and a library room that can act as a meeting space, where tenants can entertain and relax. As well, tenants can unwind on the courtyard patio and enjoy the barbecue.

Located in the northeast, bustling Highlands neighbourhood, being on the busy 118 Avenue with ETS bus routes, this community offers a convenient array of restaurants, grocery stores, and shopping. As well, the Eastglen Leisure Centre and Pool and the Highlands Shopping District on 112 Avenue are just moments away.

Highland Place Brochure

Unit options avaliable:

  • One-Bedroom Apartment (65)
  • Mobility-Accessible, One-Bedroom Apartment (2)

Building amenities:

  • BBQ
  • Common Area Kitchen
  • Common Areas to socialize
  • Computer Area
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Exercise Area/Exercise Equipment
  • Garbage Chute
  • Laundry (Card Operated)
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Pet Friendly
  • Wi-Fi in Common Areas

Building services:

  • Community Support Program
    (connects to supports and resources)
  • Tenant-Led Social/Recreational Activities
  • Volunteer Opportunities

Transportation services:

  • Above Ground Parking
  • Residential Street Parking
  • Public Transit Access
  • Site-Operated Bus/Van Outings

Highland Place wait times

These wait times are only an estimate.Please contact us if your housing need or your timing changes

6 months to 1 year

About this neighbourhood

Highlands is a small, centrally-located residential neighbourhood just northeast of Edmonton’s downtown, situated along the North Saskatchewan River Valley. Due to the mature landscaping and a forest of beautiful trees, it is a perfect spot to take in the Edmonton scenery.

What's nearby:

The Highlands Farmers Market and Eastglen Leisure Centre are within walking distance, as well as the 112 Avenue Highlands shopping district with its restaurants and coffee shops. Cute, specialty shops, new and old, like Be-a-Bella Candy Store, are staples in the community. The Gibbard Block, a provincial and municipal heritage site, is home to restaurants and shops.

Borden Park, Concordia University, the East Edmonton Heath Centre, and the Coliseum are just moments away from the Highlands area.



Most errands accessible by walking.



A few nearby public transportation options.

Highland Place

6209 - 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5W 5A6

Phone: 780.479.2864