Food Court, Commerce Place

10155 102nd Street, Edmonton   T5J 4G8

I spent many coffee breaks and lunch hours in the food court on the mezzanine level of Commerce Place, preferably at one of the tables near windows and the clock. That space became the setting for my book, The Office Tower Tales, and the clock became almost one of the characters. The book was published by the University of Alberta Press and went on to win a number of awards.

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Era: City Modern
Themes: Sports, Leisure & Entertainment
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Area: Central

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