When making your decisions on what type of condo to buy as an investment property, it’s important to consider the type of tenants you want to attract. To maximize your return on investment, you’ll be interested in high-quality tenants that pay on time, care about your property, and love where they live so they stay for the long term.
Part of the appeal of living in the downtown core is the proximity to some of Edmonton’s most vibrant bars, pubs, and lounges. Downtown Edmonton’s great selection of bars is a great way to end a long workday, unwind with your crew or meet new people.
One of the greatest benefits of living in Edmonton's downtown core is the inspiring variety of cultural attractions available, including art galleries, museums, performing arts, and of course our newly renovated library. The Ice District is also a major venue for sports and concert fans.
Living in Symphony Tower, you’ll be surrounded by some of downtown Edmonton’s most enticing restaurants. The Government District is home to an eclectic mix of cafes, fine dining, and casual gathering spaces, all within walking distance.
One of the most appealing features of moving into a luxury condo is the ability to live in an area you wouldn’t be able to move to with a house. Buying a house in an extremely popular area - particularly the Downtown area of a big city such as Edmonton - can be prohibitively expensive, if it’s even possible at all.
Quietly located near the corner of 105 Street and 99 Avenue in downtown Edmonton is a Laotian and Thai restaurant called Viphalay. If you didn’t know it was there you might miss it, but it’s certainly not a place you’ll forget once you try their delicious offerings.