The East Junction is a place where history and innovation meet. A community destination that strives for progress, lauds its roots in the past while looking ahead with bold eyes. It’s an area rich in culture from historical landmarks and forgotten gems to new establishments. The East Junction is a real and central city neighborhood with all the diversity and dynamism to be considered among Edmonton’s best evolving urban spaces. Not just a community, the EastJunction is a destination.

A Connected Community

Connected by walking and bike trails, transit including the future train, and parks, The East Junction is creating a new urban community within the heart of Central Edmonton. It is where modern life connects with culture and where history connects with the future.

An Evolving Community

Already home to around 1600 residents, The East Junction will add an additional 1200 homes - creating more opportunity for local businesses, increasing choices for residents and evolving East Edmonton towards another level of vibrancy.

A Lifestyle Community

The East Junction is a community geared towards movement -- Walkable, Bikeable, and a Transit Oriented Community. It is a haven for those who want to experience the eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and services that have opened their doors in this up-and coming area. Whether you are looking for quick food or long walks on crowded streets without fear--you will find it here! 

The best of both worlds, The East Junction offers modern city life and pairs it with the existing culture, edge, history, charisma, charm, and deep sense of community found in the area. The East Junction is a vibrant neighborhood, with a spark that makes it unique amongst the cities' central areas.

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The East Junction proudly sits within the community of Holyrood.

Holyrood was originally called Mount Pleasant and East Edmonton Gardens in 1912. This area joined together with Strathcona County just one year after it happened during the 1912 amalgamation process where they became part of our city's newest district called 'Edmonton'.  After the amalgamation with Edmonton, this area became known as Balmoral due to its duplication with another subdivision name. 

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The Best Local Activities, Services and Shopping

The East Junction and the surrounding area is a great place to visit if you're looking for some local flavour. With restaurants, bars and shops galore the area has something that will appeal in tones of every age group! A diverse mix makes this vibrant area worth exploring - from old school bowling lanes popular with hipsters or relaxing local cafes with sustainable options. There's always something new around each corner here.

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