The Boyle Street Renaissance Plaza
Our building is an impressive venue right in the heart of Edmonton’s downtown. Meeting rooms, a large hall (and gym) as well as a theatre space and commercial kitchen are all available for your next event. We host anything from dance performances to community dinners to basketball games.
Completed in 2012, the building was constructed through a partnership of the City of Edmonton, YMCA Edmonton and the Boyle Street Community League. The Boyle Street Community League has a long-term lease that provides space in the building for its arts and fitness programs and its offices. The YMCA Child Care Centre and the YMCA Family Resource Centre are also tenants of the building.
The interior spaces include a large gym/flex hall, an adaptable multipurpose room, a kitchen, two smaller function rooms, offices, the daycare and a spacious foyer. Both community groups and private clients can arrange to rent these spaces.
For more information, contact the Facility Coordinator, 780-426-9264, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re interested in booking our venue for your next event, visit venue rentals.
Boyle Street is one of the oldest parts of the city. Boyle Street, was an east-west throughway that roughly corresponds with the modern 103A Avenue. This street was named in 1905 for lawyer John Robert Boyle, a civic alderman who later became an MLA.
|Buildings in Boyle Street designated as municipal historic resource sites|
|Hecla Block 10141 – 95 Street||1914|
|Gibson Block 9604-9608 Jasper Avenue||1913|
|Pendennis Hotel/Lodge Hotel 9660-9664 Jasper Avenue||1904/1912|
|Ernest Brown Block/Brighton Block 9666-9674 Jasper Avenue||1911–1913|
|Goodridge Building 9696-9698 Jasper Avenue||1911–1912|
|Kingston Powell Building 10277 – 97 Street||1907|
More information about the Boyle Street neighbourhood, including demographics is available on the City of Edmonton website.