Building exterior

Building exterior

About GEF Kiwanis Place Lodge

Kiwanis Place is a combined site with 205 Lodge units and 121 Apartment units in an 18-storey building. The building amenities include a penthouse lounge and kitchen, auditorium, tuck shop, and outdoor courtyard. The Lodge provides on-site dining with meals prepared by a Red Seal Chef, recreation programming by an Activity and Wellness Coordinator, non-medical staff on-site 24-hours a day, and once-a-week housekeeping and linen service.

Located in the downtown, desirable Oliver neighbourhood, this community has an ETS shuttle bus outside the building and is within blocks from Unity Square, the Brewery District, Jasper Avenue, and 124 Street, offering easy access to restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, and shopping. In addition, the Royal Alexandra Hospital is only a ten-minute drive away.

Kiwanis Place Lodge Brochure

Unit options avaliable:

  • Single-Occupancy Lodge (190)
  • Double-Occupancy Lodge (15)

Building amenities:

  • BBQ
  • Common Area Kitchen
  • Common Areas to socialize
  • Computer Area
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Exercise Area/Exercise Equipment
  • Fireplace
  • Games, Activity, and Craft Room
  • Garden
  • Gazebo
  • Hair Salon
  • Laundry (Card Operated)
  • Multi-Faith Room
  • Penthouse Lounge
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pharmacy
  • Private Function Room
  • Recreation Room
  • Tuck Shop
  • Wellness Room
  • Wi-Fi in Common Areas

Building services:

  • 24-Hour, Non-Medical Staff
  • Community Support Program
    (connects to supports and resources)
  • Housekeeping
  • Activity and Wellness Coordinator
  • Social/Recreational Activities
  • Volunteer Opportunities

Food services:

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

Transportation services:

  • Above Ground Parking
  • On Demand Transit Hub
  • Public Transit Access

Kiwanis Place Lodge 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

Oliver is one of the oldest communities in Edmonton, however, it is incredibly modern and vibrant. Mature trees line the sidewalks and canopy the streets. Oliver is home to several parks, including Paul Kane Park, Oliver Pool, and a Community Garden. It is easy to forget that the hustle of Edmonton’s downtown is just blocks away, as this community has a very peaceful and tranquil feel. Oliver offers the best of both worlds: a quiet, small community feel and access to numerous amenities and transit options.

If you choose to live in the Oliver neighbourhood, you will be pleased to know that it is consistently ranked in the top ten desirable neighborhoods to live in Edmonton. It has been noted that dogs seem to outnumber the children living in the neighbourhood, and it is one of the most densely-populated communities in Alberta.

What's nearby:

The Brewery District has an abundance of restaurants, shops, and services, including London Drugs, Loblaws City Market, Shoppers Drug Mart, Winners, Starbucks, and DynaLIFE. The Allin Clinic is located within the community and offers an assortment of medical services. There is also access to physiotherapists, dentists, chiropractors, optometrists, banks, and hair salons within the community. The Oliver Community League is very active, as well there is the Jewish Seniors Centre and the and the Edmonton Seniors Centre, which offer a variety of events and activities to residents. There are many transit options currently in the neighbourhood, but most services are walkable within the community. A new LRT line is planned for 104 Avenue, which will provide additional transit options. Oliver is also close to 124 Street, which is home to many unique shops and boutiques.



Most errands accessible by walking.



A few nearby public transportation options.

Kiwanis Place Lodge

10330 - 120 Street, Edmonton, AB T5K 2A6

Phone: 780.488.4205