It has some cool old buildings like the Rutherford House and some new gems like Mazankowski Institute on 83rd Ave.
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Central Edmonton is the most walkable area of the city.
The neighborhoods are more pedestrian-friendly than those in the outlying suburbs and are easy to navigate due to the proximity of amenities and mass transit options. One can choose from: Some of these listings are in different districts.
100th Street in the downtown is pretty cool, with a few interesting historic buildings; further north, Churchill Square, is surrounded by interesting buildings.
The Grant Mac Ewan Downtown Campus also offers some architectural merit; the recent expansion, Robbins Health Centre, uses fine glass. It has a wide variety of architecture and buildings from smokestacks to hotels to hospitals to classrooms to residences.