Based on a 1939 design and constructed in the late 1950s, the 10-storey Tyndal stone building is one of the best surviving examples of art deco design in Canada.
The Edmonton Federal Building is the flag ship millennium project for the Provincial Government. Although it is named the Federal Building it serves to be the home for the Provincial Government and the Premier. This is a vintage Art Deco Style building built in 1958 renovated to become a state of the art facility while maintaining its heritage and beauty. The development of the exterior to include fountains and spectacular features, creating a grand entrance to the Legislative grounds and extends the Legislature grounds north to 99 Avenue to create a scenic terminus to Capital Boulevard