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Address: 31 Riel Ave street Winnipeg, MB
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Developer: http://www.trademarkbuilders.ca/ https://www.instagram.com/trademarkbuilders/
Architect: https://www.atlrg.ca/

A four-storey, 82 suite residential building with ground floor commercial suites complete with underground parking. The gable roof extends the amount of liveable space with the inclusion of brightly-lit mezzanine space for the forth floor suites, while also providing a distinctive identity to the local multi-family housing typology.





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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.




@j_thorsteinson{ Newish renders of the James Ave. pumping station reno/addn by @546arch which just got a @CdnArch Award of Excellence.
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After many failed redevelopment attempts, 'breathtaking' James Avenue Pumping Station welcomes first tenants
By: Bill Redekop | Posted: 04/16/2019 7:00 PM

Alston Properties came up with a plan that included purchasing lots on either side of the pumping station to locate a four-storey and a six-storey rental apartment. The apartments will be elevated off the ground so as not to block the pump house facade or view from inside.

That provided some of the economics. Then it had to find a single tenant in need of 10,000 square feet of office space. The office space is built in the rafters, held up by the building’s steel girders.

It would be too expensive to try to subdivide the space into multiple compartments. But the site was ideal for Think.Shift and its 55 employees.

The first phase of redeveloping the pump house cost $3 million. The entire project once apartment blocks are completed will come to $22 million, Alston said.

Both the building and the equipment inside are protected as a designated heritage site. Amid the giant steel wheels, there are also cranes running along horizontal beams with hooks and chains dangling down. They were used to move the giant wheels into place and left behind in case equipment ever needed servicing. The geared wheels weigh up to eight tonnes.
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@justDarylD Stud walls going up at James Ave Pumphouse.
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Address: 238 wellington crescent Winnipeg, MB
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/23...67!4d-97.15065
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Architect: http://www.5468796.ca/

Infill development in a mature Winnipeg neighbourhood is starting construction. Six units replacing a single house on Wellington in Osborne.

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FORTUNE BUILDING Heritage restoration

Address: 232 Main St Winnipeg, MB
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/23...!4d-97.1367114
Developer:John Pollard
Architect: https://www.u7arc.com/projects/displ...rtune-building

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Waterfront drive development proposal

Address: 185 Smith St Avenue Winnipeg, MB
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/18...xB0wAHoECAoQAg
Developer: http://www.edisonproperties.ca/
Architect: [url]http://www.mmparchitects.com


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Manitoba Housing sells downtown highrise that's been vacant for 3 years
Management company has big plans for building, but former tenants, housing advocates disappointed by sale
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Address:104/108 Princess Street, Winnipeg, MB Winnipeg, MB
Location:https://www.google.com/maps/place/10...!4d-97.1421145
Developer: https://legatumdevelopment.co/
Architect: http://www.5468796.ca/

Redevelop two existing landmark properties on the corner of Princess/Bannatyne into 39 desirable residential rental units plus 5,500 sq/f of commercial space on the main floor.
The renovation will construct a 3 Storey addition on top of 108 Princess to accommodate more rental units plus access to rooftop patio on 104 Princess.






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Here we go! Demolition of the Princess St facade has begun!
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UPDATE - Sherbrook Flats

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Address: 267 Sherbrook Avenue Winnipeg, MB
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/26...4!4d-97.158707
Developer: SOTIRIOS CORP
Architect: https://sotirioscorp.com/

6-storey 71 unit apartment block located at 267 Sherbrook Street. The structure is comprised of cast-in-place concrete & concrete/masonry walls with pre-cast concrete floors. The exterior will be a combination of masonry and glass curtainwall.






https://sotirioscorp.com/projects/267-sherbrook


penthouse apartment


penthouse apartment


2 bed 2 bath with terrace


1 bedroom apartment






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1919 General Strike Monument

1919 General Strike Monument
The plan is for the sculpture to be unveiled June 21, a century to the day after the bloodiest event of the Winnipeg General Strike. On a Saturday six weeks into the 1919 strike, tens of thousands of people gathered on Main Street at the former city hall to support striking workers and to protest the arrest days earlier of labour leaders.

When a streetcar driven by strikebreakers approached, demonstrators rocked it off its tracks and set fire to it. The North West Mounted Police, joined by untrained special constables, rode into the crowd with clubs and guns. Bullets were fired. Two people died and dozens were injured as a result of the confrontation on a day now known as Bloody Saturday.

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Overturned Streetcar, Winnipeg General Strike, Winnipeg, 21 June 1919.

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@HTFC_Winnipeg May 15

To celebrate 100 years since Winnipeg was the epicentre of the modern labour movement in Canada, we are collaborating with @noamgonick and @WinnipegArts on new artwork at the corner of Market Avenue and Main Street, commemorating the 1919 General Strike!

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Bill and Helen Norrie Library

Bill and Helen Norrie Library
Location: Cambridge Street and Grant Avenue, Winnipeg, MB
Developer: City of Winnipeg
Architects: LM Architectural Group
Contractor: Boretta Construction
Size: 14,000 Sq Ft
Cost: $6.3M
Status: completion date in late 2020
Media: Proposed design calls for City’s first non-gendered, universal washroom
Description: The new library will be northwest of the Pan Am Pool, near the intersection of Poseidon Bay and Cambridge Street. It will take up 14,000 square feet in the Grant Park campus and will replace the existing River Heights Library at 1520 Corydon Ave. The new library is set to open in 2021.

The City of Winnipeg revealed its design for the Bill and Helen Norrie Library, to be built at the corner of Cambridge Street and Grant Avenue, as part of the Grant Park Recreation Campus.









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Update - Sutton Place Hotel & Residences at True North Square.

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Sutton Place Hotel & Residences at True North Square.
Address: Carlton Street and St. Mary Avenue, Winnipeg, MB
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/22...6!4d-97.144933
Developer: Northland Properties Corporation https://northland.ca/
Architect: Unknown
https://www.tnse.com/news/sutton-pla...ngsummer-2018/

4-storey podium, a 288-room, 18-storey hotel tower, and a 130-suite, 13-storey residential towe






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Looking good #Winnipeg! The evolving view of downtown looking North-East from the top floor of the Medical Arts Building.
https://twitter.com/numberTENarch/st...48232029851650


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Mayfair Tower

Address: 109 Mayfair Winnipeg, MB
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Architect: Otto Cheng Architect Incorporated http://www.ocai-architects.com/mayfair-tower.html
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WRE Developments is considering the construction of a 15-storey, 96 unit residential apartment building located at 109 Mayfair across from downtown along the Assiniboine River. WRE recognizes that nearby residents are stakeholders and may be interested in the redevelopment of this parcel. Landmark Planning and Design has been retained to lead the engagement and planning process for this project.




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The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company headquarters

Address: 236 Carlton St Winnipeg, MB
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/23...!4d-97.1452369
Developer: True North Real Estate Development (TNRED) & The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company
Architect: Architecture49
Budget: $130-million
Completion: targeted 2023
News source: https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/bu...511246162.html

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Wawanesa partnering with TNRED to build North American headquarters in fifth tower at True North Square
by Krista Sinaisky / June 13th, 2019

The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, Canada’s largest mutual insurer founded in Manitoba in 1896, is partnering with True North Real Estate Development (TNRED) to build its new North American headquarters at True North Square. Wawanesa will be the sole office tenant in a new state-of-the-art, purpose-built office building, to be located at the southwest corner of Carlton Street and Graham Avenue in downtown Winnipeg immediately next to the Sutton Place Hotel & Residences, adjacent to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet (RWB), and directly across from the plaza at True North Square.

Wawanesa’s signature building will feature 19 floors and 300,000 square feet of state-of-the-art offices and collaborative spaces with expansive views of True North Square and Winnipeg’s skyline. Equipped with an extensive suite of amenities, the building will accommodate the needs of Wawanesa as a most discerning and leading Canadian mutual insurance company. As a forward-thinking workplace environment, it will also include soaring lobby spaces infused with natural light as well as townhall spaces with direct views into True North Square.
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Address: 139 Notre Dame St
Location:https://www.google.ca/maps/place/139...!4d-97.1253026
Architects: https://www.2architecture.ca/
Status: Proposed


Address: Dumoulin and Langevin
Location:https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.89379...7i13312!8i6656
Architects: https://www.2architecture.ca/
Status: Proposed
60-70 Unit 4 storey residential


Address: 235 Dumoulin St
Location:https://www.google.ca/maps/place/235...!4d-97.1200569
Architects: https://www.2architecture.ca/
Status: Proposed
2 Storey townhouse, 6 1000 sq2 units


(RESIDENCE LANGEVIN)
Address: 210 rue Masson
Location:https://www.google.ca/maps/place/210...5!4d-97.120443
Architects: https://www.ft3.ca/
Developer: Towers Realty Group
Status: Proposed
Media: https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle...oniface-projet
60 unit, 4 storey residential. According to the plan, the three facades of the former 1902 Francophone Normal School will be preserved.
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30 University Crescent

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Address: 30 University Crescent
Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/30...6!4d-97.150574
Architects: http://www.bldgoffice.com/30-university-crescent
Developer: Paragon Design Build https://paragondesignbuild.com/
Status: U/C
Media: https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/bu...506020412.html
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Portage Place Redevelopment
Location: 393 Portage Ave
Developer: Starlight Investments
Status: Development stage, Pending sale of property
Description: $300 million investment to redevelop the downtown mall, including the possibility of constructing student housing above the mall.
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Location: 160 Osborne St
Developer: Private Pension Partners
Architect(s) : BLDG architecture office inc.
Status: Development stage
Construction Manager: Unknown
Description: 3 new buildings at the site of the (soon to be demolished) Osborne Village Inn. All three buildings will have covered and underground parking and about 14,000 square feet of combined commercial space at street level.
  • 160 Osborne St, a six-storey,mixed-use, multi-family apartment building with 100 units
  • 424 and 425 Wardlaw Ave. two four-storey, mixed-use, multi-family complexes with 60 units each







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Gregg Building (Residential Conversion)
Location: 52 Albert Street, Winnipeg, MB
Developers: Knysh Construction
Status: U/C
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Description: Unoccupied for over a decade plans are to keep the first two floors as commercial space, while floors three, four, and five will be potentially converted into 16 residential spaces.


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117-year-old Gregg Building has a new owner, soon a new lease on life
Solomon Israel, Photography by Mike Deal
Posted: 08/12/2019 3:00 AM

The Gregg Building, a 117-year-old Exchange District warehouse that has sat empty for years, will be reborn sometime in the 2020s as a mixed commercial-residential space.

"The building itself is rock-solid, and I think there’s potential there," said Jay Knysh, owner of Winnipeg’s Knysh Construction, who bought the designated heritage building at 52 Albert St. earlier this year.

Land title records show the property changed hands for $885,000. The four-storey Romanesque-revival warehouse was designed by architect James H. Cadham for silk importer G.R. Gregg and Company. The brick structure was built in 1902, with a fifth storey added in 1922.

Knysh estimates the redevelopment project will take three years. Workers are currently cleaning up the building’s interior, reclaiming as much original material as they can.

Knysh plans to convert the third, fourth and fifth floors of the building into mid-market rental apartments, perhaps ranging between 750 square feet and 1,400 square feet in size. That might work out to four, six or eight units per floor.

"I certainly want them to be beautiful," Knysh said.

"I want the quality to be something that I would live in myself, and I may in fact (do so). But we also want to make it affordable for the community and for the area."

Knysh plans to maintain the commercial space on the Gregg Building’s ground floor, which was previously home to the Vault Salon and Spa. The second floor — which still holds a mostly intact day spa complete with a sauna and treatment rooms — could remain as commercial space or become more apartments, depending on demand.

Especially enticing to Knysh is the building’s original passenger elevator. It’s too small to meet modern building codes, but he’d like to remove it and put it on display in appreciation of "the old ways of how things work."

"It’s not just a square box, it’s got shape and contour and just... it’s got a personality," said Knysh of the manually operated lift.

The Gregg Building is also home to two vaults. The wall of the ground-level vault was reimagined as a brick-arched coffee bar during the building’s salon era, Knysh said, but he has yet to discover what’s sealed in the basement vault.

Knysh’s redevelopment plan for the Gregg Building has the full support of local non-profit Heritage Winnipeg, said executive director Cindy Tugwell, who expects the redevelopment to help reinvigorate Albert Street.

"And someone like Jay (Knysh) is exactly who we want to own this building, because he wants to do the right thing — he’s got to make some money, I mean, everybody does if they’re going to make a go of the building — but he wants to be part of the community, wants to work with Heritage Winnipeg, wants to work with the city," Tugwell said.

The Gregg Building and the neighbouring Royal Albert Hotel both deteriorated under the previous ownership of Winnipeg businessman Daren Jorgenson, Tugwell added. The Gregg Building’s next owner, who lived in British Columbia, gutted the building’s interior but didn’t engage with the Exchange District community, according to Tugwell.

"I think there’s a difference between owning a building and putting your blood, sweat and tears into it... Heritage buildings, especially in a national historic site, should not be treated just as regular real estate," she said.

Knysh wants Winnipeggers to know that the Gregg Building is more than just a property to him.

"I care about the Exchange, and I care about the architecture and the heritage of this building, enough so that I wanted to put my money where my mouth was, and put some energy into it and literally put some passion into it," Knysh said.

"Being local, I’m proud of that… When it’s all said and done, I want to look back on it and just be very proud of what we’ve done."
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The new owner of the Gregg Building has the full support of Heritage Winnipeg. Jay Knysh ‘is exactly who we want to own the building,‘ said executive director Cindy Tugwell.

The interior of the Gregg Building.

An abandoned day spa sits intact on the second floor of the Gregg Building.

The vault on the first floor of the Gregg Building.

An antique passenger elevator inside the Gregg Building, which new owner Jay Knysh would like to preserve and put on display.

A detail on the gate of the old passenger elevator.

Antique metal ceiling trim inside the Gregg Building.

An interior staircase in the Gregg Building, which is being cleaned by workers before redevelopment begins.

Windows with stained glass detailing were left behind by a previous tenant.

A worker cleans the interior of the Gregg Building.



Vault door that has been modified to be used as a regular door.

One of the murals sitting on the rooftop of the Gregg Building, being dwarfed by some of the taller downtown buildings.

Murals adorn the structures on the Gregg Building rooftop.

Part of the downtown skyline serves as a backdrop to the Gregg Building rooftop murals.

Some of the brickwork is in need of reparations.



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