The Mercer Warehouse has a mix of tenants that makes the corner of 104 St and 104 Ave quite a destination, over 100 years after it was built. The warehouse that John B. Mercer originally stored liquor and cigars in has been refreshed and restored, housing our favorite types of businesses – independent, unique, and ready to grow! Take a look at why you should check out the historical corner:
- High quality food and craft beers in a venue restored to show off many of the original features of the space.
- Open 11 am til late, 7 days a week – lunch and dinner menus
- Specialty coffee and wine bar with chef created small plates available after 4pm
- Open later than typical coffee houses - til 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays, 10pm Monday to Thursday, and 9pm on Sundays
- A business incubator that occupies the full top floor – lots of open space, meeting rooms, and work stations available to rent for new businesses (plus all the support an entrepreneur would ever need)
- They are the site of many interesting events, watch for this place listed as the venue for upcoming happenings, it’s a really nice space to check out!
- Our favourite furniture and design store will be moving to a new, larger space in the basement
- The new space will hold new wonderful product lines including some interesting and different categories
- Unconventional floral design boutique
- Flowers for every day or any event, big or small
- Event furnishings, staging, and design
- High end special event planning and supplies for events of all sizes
The Mercer Warehouse (10363, 104 Street)
Note: 29 Armstrong no longer plans to move into the Mercer Warehouse. Keep an eye on their website to find out where their new showroom location will be!