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Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada

Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada
Location: Winnipeg Airports Authority campus on Wellington Avenue
Developer: Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada
Architect(s): Architecture 49
Budget $45 million
Size 86,000 sf
Status: Proposed Scheduled to open 2021
Media: Ottawa set to announce $8.8 million for the Royal Aviation Museum

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We are pleased to announce that the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada is preparing to move to a stunning new location. Effective October 24, 2018, the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada will no longer operate at our current address as we begin this exciting transition. Plan your visit soon!

The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada team thanks our visitors for their support and belief in our organization. This a unique and transformational time in our museum’s history.

Earlier this year, the Museum received final confirmation from our landlord Exchange Income Corporation (EIC) with regards to their future planning and, concurrently, when the Museum would need to relocate. As a result, we are sharing with you that the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada will no longer operate at this address effective October 24, 2018.

We want to assure you that EIC has been an excellent partner and has allowed the museum to stay 19 months longer than the original timeline. We are most grateful for their flexibility and understanding while being a champion and major donor for the new museum.

About Our New Location:

Our project is “shovel ready” and we forecast to be breaking ground this fall with an anticipated 18 months until we open the doors to our stunning new location in the heart of the Winnipeg Airports Authority campus.

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Work continues on the refurbishment of the James Ave Pumping Station

Phase 1: 18,600 SF of office/retail space in the James Ave Pumping Station Building. 100% leased. Spring 2018 occupancy.

Phase 2: 30 high end rental apartments on Waterfront Drive available Winter 2020.

Phase 3: 70 rental apartments. Summer 2020 occupancy.







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Terrasse Boisjoli

Terrasse Boisjoli
Location: 989 Ducharme Avenue, St. Norbert, Winnipeg,
Developer: https://legatumdevelopment.co/
Architect(s): 5468796 Architecture Inc
Status: U/C
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...&postcount=103
Media: Renaissance underway in St. Norbert, Planned residential complex incorporates elements of Franco-Manitoban architecture
Description: Terrasse Boisjoli is a new 5 storey mixed-use multi-family project consisting of 40 1-and 2-bedroom suites, in-suite laundry, 9ft ceilings, heated indoor parking, and commercial space on the ground floor.

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It's down to the final five
Special jury to decide among proposals for development of former PSB site
By: Kevin Rollason | Posted: 12/6/2018 3:00 AM

The former headquarters for the Winnipeg Police Service and an adjacent parkade will soon have in its place affordable housing, a market hall and public art.

The 2.4-acre downtown site, now known as Market Lands, will be one step closer from vision to reality, when proposals from five shortlisted architectural and design teams are presented to a special jury at an event Friday evening at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

City of Winnipeg arm’s-length agency CentreVenture Development Corp. will unveil the five shortlisted designs for the site, which include affordable housing and a creative hub that features space for arts organizations, galleries, outdoor public art and a public market to incubate new, creative businesses.

The public will have a chance — albeit a quick one — to put forward thoughts on the proposals, by taking part in an online survey at marketlands.ca that will go live Friday around 5 a.m.

Angela Mathieson, president and chief executive officer of CentreVenture, said Wednesday the jury will make its selection on or before Dec. 14.

"(The proposals) are all based on the principles which came to us during the (earlier) public consultation," Mathieson said. "The visions we’ve adopted conform to the public use."

Of the designs, only one is by a Winnipeg firm (1x1 Architecture Inc.). The firm, which was the architect behind the St. Vital Park Pavilion, has teamed up with dRMM and LDA Design of London, England.

One of the highlighted proposals comes from Dialog — which has studios in several cities, including San Francisco, Vancouver and Toronto — teamed with Jenifer Papararo, a public art consultant who is also the executive director of Winnipeg’s Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art.

Other firms vying for the contract are Montreal-based Daoust Lestage, Toronto-based Dtah, and Montreal-based Saucier and Perrotte, in partnership with Gustafson Guthrie Nichol of Seattle.

Mathieson said except for 1x1, none of the firms have previously developed projects in Winnipeg.

The jury includes Mathieson, John Kiernan (City of Winnipeg director of planning, property and development), Annitta Stenning (president and CEO of the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation) and Alan Tate (head of the department of landscape architecture at the University of Manitoba).

Mathieson said they hope once a design is chosen, they can take it to city council for approval and begin moving towards construction. She said the former Public Safety Building and the long-closed Civic Centre Parkade will be demolished by the end of 2019, and construction could start in 2020.

There has been almost two years of public consultation and planning to get to this stage of the project, she said.

"This is a critical step, picking the design and the team that will bring the project to reality," Mathieson said.

"There has been tremendous interest in the project, and many groups are getting on board to be part of this exciting opportunity to redefine an important part of the Exchange District. We expect the Market Lands to become another go-to destination in Winnipeg."
https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/lo...502038821.html
The Finalists
DESIGN COMPETITION PROPOSALS: http://www.centreventure.com/market-...gn-competition

1. 1x1 Architecture Inc.
Concept Statement: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...0Statement.pdf
Design board: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...bxj1nt/1X1.pdf







2. Dialog
Concept Statement: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...0Statement.pdf
Design board: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...IqB/Dialog.pdf










3. Daoust Lestage
Concept Statement: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...0Statement.pdf
Design board: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...%20Lestage.pdf






4. Dtah
Concept Statement: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...0Statement.pdf
Design board:https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...compressed.pdf








5. Saucier and Perrotte
Concept Statement: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...0Statement.pdf
Design board: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...20Perrotte.pdf









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710 WESTMINSTER
Located on the boundary between the neighbourhoods of West Broadway and Wolseley, at the prominent intersection of Westminster Avenue and Maryland Street, this development will positively impact the ongoing revitalization of the Maryland - Sherbrook area. As a mixed-use complex, this project will boost the commerce and hence the economy of the neighbourhood, while at the same time injecting life by providing affordable rental units for residents that will call this development “home”.

The four lots that this development involves represent an ideal opportunity for the development of a community-oriented project. Currently, this urban infill area is under-utilized, lacking to provide a positive impact on its immediate surroundings. Lot 109 Maryland has been vacant for many years; half of lot 91 has an undetermined use; and all three houses standing on these lots (dating back to the early 1900’s) are in poor condition, and do not contribute to the resurgent character of the neighbourhood.

The building includes approximately 11,600 sq.ft. of leasable commercial space on two levels; close to 31,000 sq.ft. of apartments on four levels for a total of 44 living units; and a 12,800 sq.ft. / ±42-car parking area, of which half is protected under the building.









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Railside at The Forks

Residential Village at The Forks
Link: https://www.railsideattheforks.com/
PDF Storyboard: http://s3.documentcloud.org/document...al-package.pdf
http://clkapps.winnipeg.ca/DMIS/View...ctionId=485532

Railside at The Forks is a new kind of development and a major step in the evolution of The Forks. Railside represents the first ever opportunity for residential development at The Forks, widely recognized as one of the best public spaces in Canada. Remaining true to The Forks' founding vision, this significant mixed-use project will build on the site's abundant cultural background.

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Five storey mixed-use building with a ground level micro commercial unit, second floor Montessori space, and three storeys of residential units including penthouse suite.

In collaboration with David Penner Architect
Client: Greenseed Development Corp
Budget: $3.2M
Winnipeg MB 2017
https://davidpennerarchitect.ca/home#/village-fool/


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2 600SF four storey mixed-use building with a maximum of 5 ground level micro commercial units totalling 2 000SF and three storeys containing 18 micro-residential rental units totalling 6 560SF. Additional programming includes ground level public washroom, exterior tenant planter box space, roof-top deck, and urban bee farm.

Design Development Stage
Client: Vishin Developments
Budget: ±$3 000 000
Winnipeg MB 2018
https://www.atlrg.ca/







Sputnik, Westland Construction, and Green Seed Developments’ submission to the Railside at the Forks Request For Proposals. The building is conceived as a box containing a beautiful array of human beings, each with their own personality and character. Covering this box of humanity is a quilt of life. Each individual unit bursts through the veil of plants with individually coloured balcony railings. This box bursting with life floats above a plinth of commerce. The overhang at the second floor will provide shelter to anyone walking along the storefront on the building.
The images demonstrate the capacity of the buildings metamorphosis through the wonderful seasons experienced in Winnipeg. The tapestry of colour will change through the seasons. The alleyways are intimate and engaging. Imagine the potential of small ground floor food kiosks in spaces with warmed sidewalks heated by rooftop evacuated solar tubes.
The layout of each level allows for a potential range of unit sizes which vary from 300 square feet to 1200 square feet, and 4 to 6 units per level. The upper floors are proposed as live work condominiums. These units will encourage occupancy of the building throughout the day. Whereas a building of strictly residential occupancy may empty each morning and fill up each evening minimizing the foot traffic on the ground level during the day. If the six units on levels 5 & 6 were occupied by those uses allowed by City of Winnipeg zoning for live work occupancy, there may be reason to hope that a barista on the main floor might survive the gap between morning and evening.




https://sputnikarchitecture.com/1638...de-Development

rBLOCK

A diminutive footprint and a desire for more space leads to a massive overhang, creates a public plaza and sculptural urban landscape. 6 storeys includes 2 commercial units, 14 residential units, and vertical parking carousel structure, comprising 20 000 SF.

In collaboration with David Penner Architect

Design Development Stage
Client: Green Seed Development Corporation
Budget: ±$3.8M





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BOXCAR ALLEY at Union Station
Location: Union Station/The Forks, Winnipeg, MB
Developer: The Forks North Portage Partnership
Architects: PUBLIC CITY
Status: Proposed
Description: As a part of the Railside Residential Village at The Forks development, The Box Car Alley design playfully highlights the space under the CN rail line at the Forks, a space that is currently under-utilized and overlooked. The project seeks to brighten the peripheries of The Forks, revitalizing an important public space through public engagement, local business promotion and creative opportunities for artists and visitors.


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505 St Mary Street

LOCATION / Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
TYPE / Mixed-Use Development
SIZE / 103,000 SQ FT
STATUS / Under Construction
Design Architect / Michael Maltzan Architecture
https://www.mmaltzan.com/projects/50...t-mary-street/

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The project, a 119-unit residential building for The University of Winnipeg Community Renewal Corporation 2.0 (UWCRC 2.0), is comprised of a range of unit types, including (28) studios, (59) one bedroom units, (29) two bedroom units, and (3) three bedroom units, with an integrated affordable housing component. The building is 14 stories tall, with a 15th level penthouse which houses mechanical equipment. The ground floor level contains 3,700 square feet of commercial program, 17 stalls of street level parking, and new offices for the owner. On the 10th floor, amenity spaces and an adjacent rooftop terrace area provide shared common spaces for tenant use.

The architectural concept for the building emphasizes the verticality of the massing by creating a “bundle” of five residential towers organized around a central circulation tower. The individual towers have varied footprints and heights to emphasize their individuality and give the massing a twisting bias. The modulations in shape and size also lend a more human scale to the urban presence of the project. By maximizing the number of corner units, the residential suites are afforded sweeping views of the surrounding context, creating more powerful relationships between the building and the city of Winnipeg. The building fenestration complements its massing, with diagonally organized windows accentuating the twisting bias of the towers while choreographing the residents’ views of the city. At the ground level, floor to ceiling storefront glass along the property line captures the greatest area for commercial program, and is capped by a thin roof slab. The residential towers rest upon this transparent base, appearing to floating above the ground.








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CentreVenture Development Corporation, today announced the winning design submission to the Market Lands southern parcel design competition. The ‘New Market Square’ by Daoust Lestage was unanimously selected by the Jury. The goal of the competition was to solicit design concepts for new affordable housing, a public market, and plazas on the southern parcel of the Market Lands site, integrated into the surrounding context of the Exchange District.

“The jury was impressed by the high quality of all the five submissions and was so grateful for the effort and thoughtfulness applied,” said architect Dudley Thompson, Professional Advisor to the design competition. “The winning design best responded to the competition program and presented the most successful concept to achieve a wonderful new destination in downtown Winnipeg.”

The jury appreciated the clarity of the proposal and agreed that its stand-alone glass market structure and surrounding plazas presented an inviting space for visitors, with multiple uses. The orientation of the plan, following the historic footprint of the historic market, was a powerful statement and environmentally sensitive, ensuring the public spaces are flooded with sunlight throughout the year and at different times of day. The new market square provides a strong new connection between the Red River College heritage buildings, Old Market Square, and City Hall complex.

Members of the jury included: Bruce Kuwabara , Founding Principal, KPMB Architects Toronto; Eladia Smoke, Principal, Smoke Architecture, Hamilton; Angela Mathieson, President & CEO, CentreVenture, Winnipeg; John Kiernan, Director, Planning, Property and Development, City of Winnipeg, Winnipeg; Alan Tate, Professor and Head of Landscape Architecture, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg; Zephyra Vun, Executive Director, Design Quarter Winnipeg, Winnipeg; Annitta Stenning, CEO, CancerCare Manitoba Foundation, Winnipeg.

"I’d like to thank all of the five short-listed teams for their submissions and congratulate the team of Daoust Lestage, who have created a concept that will add a new jewel in the heart of the Exchange District," said Angela Mathieson CEO of CentreVenture. “I’d also like to thank the Jury for their careful deliberation and guidance in this important project."

The design competition was launched in July 2018. 23 design teams from across Canada submitted proposals during the pre-qualification stage of the competition. In October 2018, five teams were shortlisted to participate in the design competition. On December 7, 2018, all five design proposals were presented in a public forum to the Jury at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Through 2019 CentreVenture will work with the Daoust Lestage team, community partners, and the City of Winnipeg to further refine and detail the design. Construction of the project is expected to commence sometime in 2020.








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https://storage.googleapis.com/wzuku...21%20FINAL.pdf



Here is the latest on the Market Lands redevelopment site:

The Market Lands has been fueled by conversation. After more than two years of public consultation, planning, and design, a dramatic redevelopment vision has emerged. Area residents, businesses, creators, and all those who love the Exchange District have shaped the project, providing the foundation and the life it needs to succeed and redefine the heart of this historic
part of our city.

The Market Lands will be a place for exchanging ideas, art and business. It will be a meeting place for creators, full of big and little discoveries. It will be a destination where Winnipeggers and tourists alike can experience the best of Winnipeg’s past reflected into the future.

THE CREATIVE HUB
The heart of the Market Lands project is a new seamless “Creative Hub” that will fill nearly an acre on the southern parcel of the site. The Creative Hub will provide creators with access to shared space, equipment and other resources to advance the skills needed to thrive in, and contribute to, the creative economy. These spaces will provide venues to collaborate, innovate, exhibit, and sell creative products.
Fully interactive and accessible to the public, the Creative Hub will build awareness, appreciation, and markets for Manitoba’s creative talent and products. The Creative Hub includes three integrated and complementary components:






















Source: MARKET LANDS PROJECT VISION • JUNE 2019.PDF

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928 and 936 McMillan Avenue

Address: 928 and 936 McMillan Avenue., Winnipeg, MB
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Developer: https://progressiverealestate.ca/
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Owners propose four-storey commercial-mixed use project for Crescentwood lots
By: Danielle Da Silva
Posted: 12/20/2018 3:03 PM

The owners of a vacant lot on Stafford Street have big plans for a new high-profile development in Crescentwood.

Progressive Real Estate plans to build a four-storey, commercial-mixed use building at 928 and 936 McMillan Ave. The new development will include approximately 1,200-square-feet of commercial space on the main floor; about 8,000-square-feet of office space between floors two and three (which will be a mezzanine); and four 1,450-square-foot residential units on the top floor.

Brendan Salakoh, senior planner with Landmark Planning and Design, a local firm leading the stakeholder engagement on the project, said the proposal contributes to the mixed use corridor that has developed along Stafford Street.

"(The developers) are hoping that this project — the lots are currently vacant right now — would add to that walkable, pedestrian-oriented feel of the street," Salakoh said.

Parking will be handled on-site, and according to Landmark, the 23 spaces provided fulfil the requirements under the City of Winnipeg’s planning bylaw.

Salakoh said 15 spaces will be enclosed on the first floor of the development, with access from the public lane, and completely concealed from the street level. Eight parking spaces will be adjacent to the lane on the south side of the property.

The two lots have sat vacant for a number of years. In 2010, a fire wiped out the two-and-a-half-storey home that had been at 928 McMillan Ave. for about a century.

The property is currently zoned R1M, for a medium residential use, and Salakoh said the developers will be asking the City to rezone the property for commercial mixed-use.

"We’re working with the architect to try to incorporate the feedback that we hear from the public or from the community, particularly the stakeholders that are most directly affected by a project," Salakoh said.

"The concerns that we hear are things like parking, traffic, the look of the building… and trying to preserve trees on-site."

Salakoh said the developers chose to designate space for commercial units and offices, rather than residential use.

"Based on the market research that they’ve done, they feel that would fill a need in the area," he said. "It’s definitely an area that’s attractive as a whole from a walkability perspective, and transit perspective."

Coun. John Orlikow (River Heights-Fort Garry) said he isn’t surprised to see a proposal of this scale come forward for the two lots.

"OurWinnipeg (the City’s development plan) does talk about densification along our regional corridor streets, such as Stafford, and the two lots are available," he said. "Of course, the neighbourhood is strongly characterized by single family lots, so I’m wondering how it will fit into the context and structure of the neighbourhood."

Orlikow said a commercial mixed use development and single family residential both have merit at that site.

"It is a change from two single family lots to a little bit of retail and residential," Orlikow said. "It is a regional corridor street, and so it’ll be interesting to see what the neighbourhood has to say about that."

The developer is working with Affinity Architecture on the design of the new building, and Salakoh said they have done their best to incorporate character elements from the neighbourhood and use materials and articulation to break up the massing of the four-storey project.

"A lot of the homes along that stretch are two and a half, three storey homes, so they’ve made the McMillan façade look like two buildings in a way, with two separate rooflines, to fit in with that character," Salakoh said.

"Both of the McMillan and Stafford frontages will have a lot of windows and a lot of permeability."

The developers tentatively plan to apply for a rezoning at the end of January and expect a public hearing to be held at City Centre community committee in the spring.
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710 Westminster Ave
Location: 710 Westminster Ave, Winnipeg, MB
Developer: Chanden Homes Ltd.
Architect(s): Unit 7 Architecture
Status: U/C
Media: Luxury rentals in West Broadway, Close to Sherbrook Street cafés, restaurants
Description: The building includes approximately 11,600 sq.ft. of leasable commercial space on two levels; close to 31,000 sq.ft. of apartments on four levels for a total of 44 living units; and a 12,800 sq.ft./42-car parking area, of which half is protected under the building.








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Location: 206 Good Street (West Broadway)
Developer: Ironclad Developments Inc.
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Description: Six storey multifamily residential building with 145 units.
Media: Approval sought for West Broadway complex; Addition of 145 units would ease city's need for new housing, councillor says
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Address: 160 Osborne St. & 424, 425 Wardlaw Ave.Winnipeg, MB
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Developer: Private Pension Partners http://privatepensionpartners.com/
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  • 160 Osborne St, a six-storey,mixed-use, multi-family apartment building with about 100 units
  • 424 and 425 Wardlaw Ave. two four-storey, mixed-use, multi-family complexes with 60 units each

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Wants to turn ‘Zoo’ property into mixed-used buildings
Danielle Da Silva By: Danielle Da Silva
Posted: 01/30/2019 5:27 PM

The future of a formerly iconic property in Osborne Village is beginning to materialize.

Developer Private Pension Partners revealed its conceptual plans for the land currently occupied by the defunct Osborne Village Inn (160 Osborne St.), the lot immediately to the east, where the hotel’s former beer vendor stands, and the parking lot to the southeast along Wardlaw Avenue, at a community open house on Jan. 29.

The company is proposing to raze the site and build a six-storey,mixed-use, multi-family apartment building with about 100 units at 160 Osborne St.; and two four-storey, mixed-use, multi-family complexes with 60 units each at 424 and 425 Wardlaw Ave. All three buildings will have covered and underground parking and about 14,000 square feet of combined commercial space at street level.

Karl Loepp, chief operating officer of Private Pension Partners, said planning for the three lots is in its early stages and the open house was hosted to collect feedback from residents and stakeholders in Osborne Village to determine community wants and needs.

"We know that Osborne Village is a fast growing community in the city. There’s big demand for rental in the community, so our vision is to do a mixed-use facility, 200-plus apartments, and probably around 14,000 square feet of commercial rental space that could accommodate restaurants and all types of different uses for the Village, which I think would be very beneficial," Loepp said.

"We want it to be an important piece of the Village," he added.

In 2015, the Osborne Village Motor Inn was purchased from longtime owners the Green family by Fusion Capital Corp., and the hotel and bars were shuttered in late November. The beer vendor continued operating until the end of March 2017.

During that time, rumours swirled about what type of redevelopment would occur on the site. Plans for micro-apartments, a boutique hotel, chain restaurants, and more were floated without ever materializing. Since closing, the existing building has been gutted and construction fences have been up for over a year.

Loepp said Private Pension Partners had been interested in the property for "quite some time" and are currently working with the existing owners to purchase the property. Private Pension Partners will have to make a formal application to rezone the property through the City of Winnipeg, and once that process is complete, it will close the purchase and finalize the development plan, Loepp said.

"If we can get started on construction in the next 12 months, we’d be delighted," he said.

The lots are currently zoned C2 commercial and the developers will be requesting a residential mixed-use zoning.

Loepp said the residential mixed-use model is the most viable option for the properties and added that condominiums are not in the plans.

"Our company is a long-term investor in multi-family," he said. "We’re not in the business of building and flipping. We like to own and hold for the long term, so that adds value to our investors, value to the community in that we’re long-term landlords in that neighbourhood."

It’s still too early in the process to say what kind of units, rental rates, or architectural design will be applied to the development, Loepp said. Much of that will be informed by market research and community input.

An additional community open house will be held after a date for rezoning is set at community committee.

Justin Paquin, chair of the Osborne Village Business Improvement Zone, said redevelopment of the hotel is welcome, and it’s hard to quantify the impact the vacancy has had on the area.

"There isn’t a single person that lives in the area that thinks this empty space is good for anyone who lives here or any business, in my opinion," Paquin said. "I think it’s an eyesore and because it’s been going on for so many years now, it’s a damper on the space and once there’s some movement in the right direction… it will give everyone a sense of revitalization and pride that the area kind of needs."

The addition of new commercial space in the neighbourhood is also a positive, Paquin said.

"I think it’s a very exciting proposal and I hope that the City can work with the developers so that everyone can have wonderful new buildings in this area," he said.

"I think a little bit of competition with landlords would be a good idea, so that businesses have more options for the area," he added. "It would make it more attractive absolutely, and having another landlord in the area, which can offer different kinds of pricing and newer buildings, will put pressure on existing landlords to ensure that their spaces are competitive and also up to date."


Lead architect Karen Shanski, of BLDG Architecture Office, and Karl Loepp, chief operating officer of Private Pension Partners, are pictured in front of a model showing the massing of three proposed new developments for the former Osborne Village Inn properties. The developers are looking to build a mix of commercial and residential complexes on the site.


A model shows the massing of three new developments (clear blocks) proposed for the site of the former Osborne Village Inn.
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