Our Buildings & Tenants

Located on “the sunny side of the street”, our commercial buildings include several heritage buildings, two of which are Municipally Designated Heritage assets with the City of Calgary.

Our buildings are leased many small businesses, most of which are locally owned and operated, we encourage you to visit our tenants!

1130 Kensington Road NW

Our retailers in this building have been us for quite a while! Extensively renovated in 1992, this building was originally a one-storey apartment, learn more about this building here.

Manana Imports

James & Dickson Clothiers

We also have a vacant space in this building, previously Raw Canvas. Learn about this opportunity today! You could be our next long-term retail tenant!!

1126 Kensington Road NW

We have quite a few tenants in this building, don’t miss The Naked Leaf in the back by the deck! This building was originally the Masonic Lodge, learn about this building here.

Higher Ground (main floor)

Mat’s Diner (lower level)

The Naked Leaf (lower level, rear)

Livingstone & Cavell Toys

Office above-  access via the stairs behind Starbucks

Parker PR

Kensington BIA 

1122 Kensington Road NW

Our most photographed building, this iconic brick heritage building was built in 1922. This buildings is a Municipally Designated Heritage building, learn more about it’s heritage here.


Cameron Stephens Financial
(access via stars behind Starbucks)

Suite 300, 1130 Kensington Rd NW

We have several office tenants on our third floor.

Access is from the exterior door on the East side of the building.

The Dobbin Group
Ferguson Psychology
Lift Psychology
Taviston Inc.
The Ramage Group
Todd Properties

207 10A Street NW

Located on the 10A Street cul-du-sac, this charming Irish-pub inspired building is a popular locals hang-out. Encapsulated within the pub is another of our municipally designated heritage buildings: the Smith Arburo House. Learn more about this heritage building here

Kensington Pub

108 10 Street NW

Another of our heritage assets, this building was built in the early 1900’s and still has a dirt basement!


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