The Edifice Price is an 18-floor (originally 16) skyscraper in Quebec City, Canada. Built in 1930-1931 amid controversy for Price Brothers ltd., it is the tallest building in the Old Quebec historical district, and one of the oldest skyscrapers in Canada.
The building is the property of the Quebec City municipal administration, but is leased to and used by the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec. A memorial is attached to the building. In 2001, it became the location of an official residence for the Premier of Quebec, which occupies two of the upper floors.
Edifice Price, despite the original criticism, is considered to be very well integrated with its surroundings, and well adapted to a lot only 24 metres (79 ft) wide.Of its 18 floors, 15 are used as corporate space, two constitute the Premier's suite, and on top is a mechanical floor.