The Ritchie Mill is one of Edmonton’s premier landmark buildings. The Ritchie Mill was one of the first commercial buildings in the Edmonton region, originally built by the Ritchie brothers as a flour mill in 1892, in what was then known as the Northwest Territories. By the time Alberta became a province in 1906 the Ritchie Mill was a well-established landmark connected to the Canadian National Railway line in Strathcona.
In 1991/92, one hundred years after its original construction, the Ritchie Mill underwent a complete transformation to a modern office facility, yet retaining its familiar external features.
Located in the heart of Edmonton and the community known as Old Strathcona it occupies a central position in close proximity to both the University of Alberta and downtown Edmonton.
The Ritchie Mill can provide you with a modern office and meeting facility for your business – whether you need office space for your growing enterprise or a place to hold meetings or seminars in unique surroundings…it is all here for you!
The Ritchie Mill represents a truly unique and special environment which will set you apart; join us today and let it be the foundation of your future success!