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Awesome - keep the updates coming!
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Old Posted Apr 17, 2012, 7:39 PM
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They have just updated the CentrePoint Website


.........sorry for the big size, i don't know how to scale the drawings that come from another site.


First floor available space


Second floor available space




This is interesting too:

Check the site regularly for project updates. We will also be streaming a live camera feed in the next few weeks so you can watch this project unfold!

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Additionally the website has a drawing of the area showing what the two towers on hargrave are: One is residences @ centrepoint and the other is offices @ centrepoint.

http://centrepointwinnipeg.com/project.php
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Additionally the website has a drawing of the area showing what the two towers on hargrave are: One is residences @ centrepoint and the other is offices @ centrepoint.

http://centrepointwinnipeg.com/project.php
Concept Art available?
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patio on portage will be great. hopefully we here more about the residences and other office building soon.
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Old Posted Apr 18, 2012, 11:23 AM
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http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/bus...147880715.html

Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Projects get major boosts
Investors step up, Lowe's eyes city: source
By: Murray McNeill
Posted: 1:00 AM


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Longboat president Scott Stephanson did disclose a few more details about some of the other elements that may be added to the multi-phase project.
He said a potential retail component, which the company first confirmed in February, could include up to 300 apartments or condominium units in a highrise tower that would be built on the Hargrave Street side of the block.
They would likely be 800 to 900 square feet in size, and would include both one- and two-bedroom units.
But Stephanson made it clear Longboat won't proceed with a residential tower unless it can partner with an experienced residential developer. He said the company is talking to interested developers, but it may be up to six months before it knows whether a deal can be struck.
Stephanson also confirmed Longboat might add a second office building to the site, likely on the northwest corner of the block.
But it would first need to sign an anchor tenant. And while it's talking to several parties, it also may be up to six months before it knows if that proposal is feasible.
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Not sure what the entrance into the Mitchell Copp bldg will access. From the floor plan, doesn't appear to be the restaurants or the hotel.
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Not sure what the entrance into the Mitchell Copp bldg will access. From the floor plan, doesn't appear to be the restaurants or the hotel.
The elevator lobby to the offices above. The hotel and restaurants will have their own entrances.
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pretty cool....those restaurants on the sidewalk will be awesome....the set back will make rob galston mad though.
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pretty cool....those restaurants on the sidewalk will be awesome....the set back will make rob galston mad though.
LOL @ rgalston

Hopefully it is patio space.
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pretty cool....those restaurants on the sidewalk will be awesome....the set back will make rob galston mad though.
But from the floor plans it looks like the rest of the office space cantilevers over top of the patio, which still gives it the personal feel that Rgalston would like.
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But from the floor plans it looks like the rest of the office space cantilevers over top of the patio, which still gives it the personal feel that Rgalston would like.
The bearded men in hand knit scarves, plaid shirts and dark rimmed glasses can breathe easier.
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Would be pretty awesome if those residential units go through, and if a second office tower does. Glad to hear they're at least talking with anchor tenants
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cool i hope it come true......rental housing is getting tight
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EXACTLY!!! 300 units is large. Nassau towers has only 296 units at 38 floors!!! Maybe this will be Winnipeg's new TALLEST!!!!!!

I won't be able to sleep now for the next six months till they release more information.
Not only that, the CenterPoint tower might be even smaller in floor sizes compared to Nassau. We might have a new winner
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