Welcome to our little corner of Kensington!Founded in 1978, The Dobbin Group owns several commercial properties in the Kensington shopping district of Calgary, Alberta while partnering on multiple mixed-use commercial developments within the retail corridors of 10th Street and Kensington Road NW.
1130 Kensington Rd NW
Available January 1, 2020
Bright, sunny, south facing retail location with full-wall windows. Possession in early December for TIs, make your plans now!
Richard White: Kensington is evolving nicely, thank you!
While the closing of Kensington’s high profile Starbucks (Calgary’s first) and the “for lease” sign at Julio’s Barrio restaurant was shocking to public, professionals realize it is part of the natural evolution of retail and restaurants.
Kensington has had a strong local cafe culture for decades — and still does — with such long-time cafes as Higher Ground, the Roasterie and Second Cup. In fact, the old Jugo Juice space’s new tenant is a coffee shop — Good Trade Co. I am betting the Starbucks space won’t remain empty for long.
Read the rest of this article @ The Calgary Herald
About The Dobbin Group
We own several unique buildings in the very heart of Kensington. Our heritage buildings and newer developments are clustered on the NW corner of 10A Street and Kensington Road an feature the often photographed, iconic Starbucks Building, Kensington Pub and Higher Ground building.
To learn about our buildings, read more here…
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