ATB Place North Tower

Local nameATB Place North Tower
LocationDowntown, Edmonton, Canada

ATB Place, formerly Telus Plaza, is an office complex in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada originally built as the headquarters of Alberta Government Telephones. The two office towers in the complex are now separately owned and named ATB Place Tower and TELUShouse. The towers serve as the headquarters of ATB Financial and the main provincial offices for Telus, respectively.

The south tower, TELUS House, was completed in 1971, at a cost of C$22 million. It was Edmonton's tallest building until Manulife Place was completed in 1981. It is 134.4 metres tall. For many years the 33rd floor was home to Vista 33, a telephone and telecommunications museum.

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Coordinates 53°32'26.642" N -113°29'26.812" E

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