Grid 5 Apartments
618 5th Avenue SW, Calgary T2P 0M7
About the building
Grid 5 is a centrally located high-rise apartment building in downtown Calgary that offers great views of the city. Located nearby are pubs and eateries on every corner. Our spacious apartment suites for rent provide residents with access to a fully-equipped fitness centre, laundry facilities and an expansive outdoor pool deck. For peace of mind, Grid 5 offers the advantage of on-site security, as well as security cameras.
Grid 5 offers the ultimate urban lifestyle in downtown Calgary with its central location, first-rate amenities, conveniences, luxury and affordability.
- On-site Office
- Onsite Resident Manager
- Swimming Pool
All apartments available in this building
Enjoy the convenience of apartment living in the core of Downtown Calgary with our property, Grid 5, located on corner of 5th Avenue & 5th Street. Grid 5 offers studio, 1 & 2 bedroom units. Downtown Calgary has many exciting things to see and do, all year round.
Shopping & Entertainment District
The entertainment district is located along 8th Avenue South. It contains the pedestrian mall of Stephen Avenue, lined with restaurants and shops, enclosed shopping centres, as well as Calgary's only art house movie theater, the Globe Cinema, and recreation areas such as the Devonian Gardens. Landmark buildings found in this district include the Hyatt Regency Hotel, which incorporates several historic buildings into its facade, the Calgary Marriott and Fairmont Palliser Hotel. Landmark skyscrapers in this district are Scotia Centre, Bankers Hall, and Eighth Avenue Place.
The cultural district is centered on the Burns Building and Olympic Plaza, and contains educational and cultural venues such as Bow Valley College, Glenbow Museum and Arts Commons, including The Big Secret Theatre, Jack Singer Concert Hall (home of Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra), Max Bell Theatre (home of Theatre Calgary), Martha Cohen Theatre, and Engineered Air Theatre. You will also see the statue of The Famous Five stands between Stephen Avenue and Olympic Plaza.
The government district is an informal subdivision of the downtown core, and is centered along Macleod Trail, between the commercial core, Chinatown and Downtown East Village. It contains the City Hall, the Calgary Public Library, the Calgary Policeheadquarters, the Harry Hays building, Bow Valley College, the United States consulate and the Calgary Board of Education among other buildings.
Eau Claire is a neighbourhood located directly north of the Downtown Commercial Core. The area, which was developed from reclaimed industrial land, fronts the Bow River and sits immediately north of 3rd Avenue South. North of Eau Claire is Prince's Island Park, a large urban park on an island in the Bow River and the site of many summer festivals, including the Calgary Folk Music Festival, Carifest, Shakespeare in the Park and various busking happenings. Within Eau Claire is Eau Claire Market and a variety of pubs and restaurants. It is also located on the city's large network of pedestrian pathways and trails, along the Bow River pathway.
Chinatown is located directly north of the Downtown Commercial Core and northwest of the East Village. The neighbourhood is characterized by high-density living and a high density of East Asian retail and restaurants. Calgary's Chinatown is home to the largest Chinese Cultural Centre in North America. Designed in a traditional style, the cultural centre's roof is modeled after the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The neighbourhood also contains Dragon City Mall, the only traditional Chinese-inspired shopping mall in Alberta.
The neighbourhood has since become a new hot-spot for the downtown area, playing host to the award-winning RiverWalk, several restaurants in the historic Simmons Mattress Factory building, and several new condo towers, with several more under construction. The neighbourhood is host to the $191 million National Music Centre of Canada, and will be host to the $245 million New Central Library of the Calgary Public Library system.
The West End is a high-rise, high-density residential neighbourhood to the west of the Downtown Commercial Core. The neighbourhood is home to Millennium Park, which plays host to a large skate park, and is the home of the Calgary Pridecelebration every September. The Downtown West - Kerby C-Train station serves the community. Downtown West End is also well connected to the Plus 15 skywalk system.