Kensington Professional Centre

1228 - Kensington Road N.W.

About the Property

Kensington Professional Centre is close to trendy and vibrant shopping and restaurant amenities. With barrier-free access to the street and transit, with plenty of visitor parking in close proximity, keep your commute hassle-free. Additional parking available in adjacent landlord-owned Parkade.
Leasing District:
Suburban North
Building Class:
B
Building Size:
45,172 sq. ft.
Year Built:
1981
Number of Floors:
4
Typical Floor Size:
10,000 sq. ft.
Parking Ratio:
1 per 1,200 sq. ft @ 225.00 per month
Taxes and Operating Total:
$17.13 per sq. ft.

Leasing Agent:

Andrew Borle

Vice President- Real Estate Services

Building History

Kensington Place and Kensington Professional Centre lie in the historic Kensington neighborhood of Calgary. The town was founded in the early 1900s, based on a British model of the famous Anglo-Saxon original. Calgary’s cable car system, which opened in 1909, and the Louise Bridge, which opened in 1921, first connected downtown Calgary with Kensington
  • Secluded from yet central to the neighbourhood
  • Accessible HVAC Hours: Monday – Friday 6:00am to 7:00pm
  • Bow River Pathway mere minutes’ walk away
  • 10-minutes to Sunnyside LRT Station on foot
Listings

Modern open concept, layout for 27 work stations, flex area and coffee station. (Office can be built to suit tenant requirements) Available January 1, 2023....

  • Area (sqft): 3256

 Office /  Kensington Professional Centre

Four (4) window offices, reception, flex area and storage. Space in good condition.  

  • Area (sqft): 1,548

 Office /  Kensington Professional Centre

Main floor suite with an open concept layout.  There is good natural light with large windows.

  • Area (sqft): 471

 Office /  Kensington Professional Centre

Main floor space with reception, 2 offices, open work area, coffee station and storage. Internal space with no windows.

  • Area (sqft): 974

 Office /  Kensington Professional Centre

We’ve Got What
You’re Looking For

Kensington prices are sometimes more flexible than those in downtown, although the value of real estate in Kensington remains high owing to its closeness to downtown, cultural appeal, and specialty shops.
Downtown springs from centre street and centre avenue, and because it is south of the river, it does encroach on Kensington. The city core’s western limit is only one LRT station away, over the 10th Street Bridge, or The Peace Bridge and LRT Bridges for transit or pedestrians.
Kensington is a one-of-a-kind destination for individuals looking for a blend of central location, culture, and creative focus.
Kensington has over 255 shops in walkable distances to make your free time in the area worth it. Explore tea shops, cafes, specialty clothing, board game cafes, quality restaurants, and even a small film theatre.