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Edmonton Commercial Real Estate

Looking to buy or lease commercial real estate in Edmonton? Search 35 listings from across the city. From Land to Retail to Industrial properties, Zonado is your one-stop-shop to find commercial real estate in Edmonton.

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Edmonton Listing Types

Retail

13 listings

Industrial

10 listings

Office

8 listings

Land

5 listings

Multifamily

2 listings

Other Markets around Edmonton

Edmonton

35 listings

Calgary

15 listings

Cardston

2 listings

St. Albert

2 listings

Carvel

2 listings

Bruderheim

1 listings

Camrose

1 listings

Carway

1 listings

Claresholm

1 listings

Cochrane

1 listings

Cremona

1 listings

Holden

1 listings

Joussard

1 listings

La Glace

1 listings

Little Smoky

1 listings

Marie-Reine

1 listings

Mayerthorpe

1 listings

Milo

1 listings

Mulhurst

1 listings

Mundare

1 listings

Northwest

1 listings

Onoway

1 listings

Peace River

1 listings

Red Deer

1 listings

Rolly View

1 listings

Sherwood Park

1 listings

Spruce Grove

1 listings

Spruce View

1 listings

Sunset House

1 listings

Wetaskiwin

1 listings

Winnipeg

1 listings

Woking

1 listings

Airdrie

1 listings

Alberta Beach

1 listings

Andrew

1 listings

Beaverlodge

1 listings

Boyle

1 listings

About Edmonton

Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta. Edmonton has a landmass of 684 km². The city has a population of 1,461,000. It’s also known as the Festival City because of its all-year-round festivals. 

Edmonton has the lowest unemployment rate in Alberta. The city is responsible for 25% of new jobs in Canada. Edmonton also maintains a GDP growth rate that is three times faster than the Canadian average. In addition, the city has attracted $5 Billion of public and private investment downtown. Edmonton’s economy is dominated by the energy sector.

The average salary in Edmonton is $63,000. The median household income is $93,600. Living in Edmonton means you get an affordable cost of living with a lot of state-provided perks. Taxes in Edmonton are lower, and there is no provincial sales tax (PST). On average, Edmontonians have more disposable income than most other Canadians.

Edmonton investment volumes in commercial real estate totaled $507.9 million over 154 transactions in Q1 2021. The first quarter investment activity put the market on pace to top the $2.0 billion mark for the end of 2021. In 2018, Edmonton got an all-time-high total investment volume of $4.6 billion.