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Fort Rouge Glass (380 Osborne, just north of Chaeban) has been demo'd for the seven-storey condo that's been discussed here.

This was originally going to look like this:



But they've switched the colours so it's now going to be a white building with red and blue balconies í œížŹ


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RRC builds on innovative approach to education
Construction underway on college's new facility
Martin Cash By: Martin Cash
Posted: 09/26/2018 6:30 PM

The excavation and piling work has begun on Red River College’s $95-million Innovation Centre just north of the Roblin Building on its Princess campus, and is on schedule to be completed in the fall of 2020.

The building is necessary for purely expansionary reasons and will bring an additional 1,200 students and staff to the Exchange District on top of the 2,500 already there.

And, in addition to the innovative approach to the manner in which RRC will provide education, the building itself includes lots of innovative features.

For starters, the 100,000-square-foot building on Elgin Street will fully integrate a 100-year-old, three-storey building that happens to be one of the first buildings in the city to use concrete construction instead of timber.

"The vertical concrete columns are as thick as the timbers that were being used in construction," said Maria Mendes, RRC’s senior project manager. "It is a sound building. It has not moved in 100 years."

The building is being designed specifically to encourage collaboration and multi-disciplinary team work, so there won’t be classrooms with desks all facing the front. The walls that will be there will mostly be made of glass.

"It is an approach to collaborative learning that’s very different from the way we have done education in the past," RRC president Paul Vogt said. "What employers increasingly tell us is they are looking for that cluster of what we used to call soft skills, but are now being described as power skills or 21st-century skills."

Conceptually, that sounds reasonable. But, practically pulling that off in a $95-million building seems risky.

But,the open-design concept is not being dreamed up by RRC folks in a vacuum. In addition to design assistance being provided by Number Ten Architectural Group, the main architects are Diamond Schmitt Architects with offices in Toronto, Vancouver and New York, who have been responsible for the recent design work at a number of other collaborative learning facilities at institutions, including Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Lazaridis Hall at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont., the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at Drexel University in Philadelphia and the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary.

"Buildings designed for collaborative education are being developed across North America and Europe," Vogt said. "These kinds of spaces have been tested out already. They are highly functional for the kind of education we are doing and for bringing business and the community into an educational setting."

The plan is for the building to be open in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate re-skilling courses that are expected to be a growth area for RRC.

Part of the old building — the Scott Fruit Company Warehouse — will be used to house RRC’s successful Ace Project Space, now being offered in conjunction with North Forge Technology Exchange. It allows students to work with existing entrepreneurs or startups on company projects.

Vogt sometimes refers to the Innovation Centre as Ace Space super-sized.

"It is not entirely a leap into the dark." he said. "With Ace Space, it is a tested model and it works.

"We are very confident in expanding it."

The Innovation Centre will be flexible enough to include broad multi-disciplinary programs to allow for expanded business and business IT, and design and computer-design programs.

Designed as a net-zero building — it will generate as much energy as it uses — it will include photovoltaic cells on the roof of the Scott building and innovative vertical PV cells on the south wall of the new building. It will also experiment with Power-Over-Ethernet technology for some of the lighting in the building, and all sorts of specialized design has been integrated for optimal acoustic effect throughout the building.

Mendes said using big data, RRC’s design consultants came up with 260,000 different models to achieve the kind of energy and performance efficiencies it was looking for.

"Then we narrowed it down to four, and it was like a shopping list," she said. "We were able to play with all the different elements and tweak it so we can be as cost effective and efficient as possible."

The second floor will feature a 210-seat flexible auditorium designed as a building within a building. It will be the downtown campus’s first auditorium of that size.

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Pathway Development at The Forks Honouring Indigenous Past
September 14, 2018 12:24 PM

WINNIPEG — A popular pathway at The Forks has been named to honour the city’s Indigenous heritage.

The South Point pathway is now known as Niizhoziibean, meaning two rivers in Ojibway, and is located near where the Red and Assiniboine rivers meet.


“Niizhoziibean not only embodies the spirit of the traditional past of The Forks but enhances our understanding of what this place means – a collaborative space where people have been coming together to trade, grow, and make life for millennia,” said Niigaan Sinclair, associate professor Dept. of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba.

The name was uncovered by elders Clarence and Barbara Nepinak during a ceremony on Friday.

The Forks, Ottawa and The Winnipeg Foundation is undertaking $1.2 million in improvements to the pathway that will include a 30-foot sculptural piece to be installed at the pedestrian entrance to the site from Queen Elizabeth Way.

Artists K.C. Adams, Jamie Isaac, and Val Vint were chosen through a call for submissions to create pieces on the site.

The path will also be linked to the promenade and pathway being developed on the St. Boniface side of the river, creating a full 2.5-kilometre loop between Esplanade Riel and the Norwood Bridge.

Further plans for the Niizhoziibean​ site redevelopment include:

Preserving the existing forest in South Point, across the historic rail bridge from the main Forks site.
Improving the pathway for universal accessibility.
Relocating trees for a reconfigured pathway.
Including a drum park ceremonial space.
Improving lighting.
Restoring native plants.
Installing interpretive elements to recognize Indigenous history.
Establishing a boardwalk within the forest canopy.

The federal government and The Winnipeg Foundation are each contributing $500,000, while The Forks Renewal Corporation is donating $200,000.

Future fundraising efforts will allow for an outdoor bush gallery and boardwalk within the forest canopy.

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A rendering of the sculpture that will be part of the redevelopment along the Niizhoziibean pathway


The pathway through South Point Park at The Forks has been renamed Niizhoziibean, which means two rivers in Ojibway.


The Niizhoziibean path will be part of a 2.5-kilometre loop along the riverbanks at The Forks.
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Update on Tache Promenade and belvedere :

HTFC Planning & Design (@htfcwpg) on Instagram:The Tache Promenade project will improve public spaces and the riverfront area along Tache Avenue between Provencher Boulevard and Despins Street featuring a widened promenade-style walkway and pedestrian belvedere elevated above the riverbank that incorporates public art.
The belvedere is a 100 metre long walkway suspended in the river forest canopy off the Tache Promenade. It was envisioned to provide a unique perspective on the river landscape, and capture one of the most spectacular views in Winnipeg, framing the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, Esplanade Riel, The Forks, and the downtown skyline.
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Taché Promenade
The Taché Promenade project will improve public spaces and the riverfront area along Taché Avenue between Provencher Boulevard and Despins Street. The project will feature a widened promenade-style walkway and pedestrian belvedere, commonly known as a lookout, elevated above the riverbank that incorporates public art. Together, these features will build on the success of our core waterfront areas, improve connections to St. Boniface destinations and enhancing pedestrian and cycling opportunities. The project also involves riverbank stabilization work, which will protect the promenade, roadway and important sewer and water infrastructure in the area, and also increase the reliability of the City's primary dike.

Riverbank stabilization work will take place over the winter of 2017-2018, and construction of the promenade and pedestrian belvedere features will begin in 2018.
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The Taché Promenade project being undertaken by the City of Winnipeg will improve public spaces and the riverfront area along Taché Avenue between Provencher Boulevard and Despins Street. The project will feature a widened promenade-style walkway and pedestrian belvedere, commonly known as a lookout, elevated above the riverbank. Where the lookout is closest to the river, there is a widening with seating that will feature a new public artwork called Guiding Light by Winnipeg artist Marcel Gosselin.

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Indigenous Artists’ Project at Air Canada Park
This major public art project builds on efforts to create awareness of the rich Indigenous cultures, peoples and heritage that are at the roots of our territory, city and province. A gathering of Indigenous artists, Elders, knowledge keepers, curators, and scholars held in 2016 informed the intent and shape of the project. Artists were asked to consider the critical importance of the context of this place on Treaty 1 Territory, being the birthplace of the MĂ©tis nation and the ancestral lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene Peoples, as central to the formulation of the project.
New works by local artists Kenneth Lavallee and Julie Nagam, as well as by Rolande Souliere and the team of Rebecca Belmore and Osvaldo Yero are currently in fabrication and will be installed in Air Canada Park in the summer of 2018.
  • Mediating the Treaties by Rolande Souliere draws upon the anatomy of the coin for its design and to reveal information about the signing of Treaty One. Using the two-headed coin as a metaphor for conflict resolution, the artwork address the controversial agreement of Treaty One.


@WinnipegMayor Thrilled to unveil 4 indigenous art pieces at #ThisPlace celebration! 'This Place' explores the meaning & context of living on Treaty 1 Territory, the birthplace of the MĂ©tis nation & the ancestral lands of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene Peoples. @WinnipegArts
  • Kenneth Lavallee's The Square Dancers proudly recognizes and celebrates the culture, spirit and endurance of the Metis people and is inspired by the artist’s childhood attending the annual “Metis Days” celebrations in his hometown of St. Laurent, Manitoba.


So happy to have had a safe and successful install of 5 tons of solid steel into Treaty One territory. Official unveiling of my first public art sculpture 'The Square Dancers' is this Friday (3:30-6:30) at Air Canada Window Park, downtown Winnipeg.

  • Julie Nagam's Electrical Currents focuses on Manitoba’s relationship to hydro electricity, the land that is developed, and the communities affected by the damming.


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Julie Nagam (@julienagam) on Instagram: So happy and proud of the new public art work electrical currents big thank you to @winnipegartscouncil
  • Rebecca Belmore & Osvaldo Yero's O-ween du muh waun (We Were Told) considers shared memories, material structures, and community practices, affirming the infrastructure of indigenous gathering for the friends and families who gather here.


Winnipeg Arts Council (@winnipegartscouncil) on Instagram: Many Winnipeggers are intrigued about this new sculpture on Portage Avenue downtown. What does it mean? Who made it? Why is it there?
Get a sneak peek of this and three other new public artworks on Wednesday, September 26 from noon-1pm.

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Homage to the Winnipeg General Strike in Pantages Plaza
Bernie Miller and Noam Gonick conceived of Bloody Saturday before beloved Winnipeg artist Bernie Miller passed away suddenly in the fall of 2017. Noam Gonick continues to work to realize their shared vision for the artwork, which will be installed in the summer of 2019 for the 100th Anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike.

This project is supported in part by the Government of Canada, the Winnipeg Foundation, Centre Venture and Manitoba’s unions.


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Overturned Streetcar, Winnipeg General Strike, Winnipeg, 21 June 1919.
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173 Notre Dame Street - THE BRAVADO

5-storey, 78 unit multi-family residential infill development in Old St. Boniface, replacing existing commercial warehouse/junk yard.

The development will include 6 studio units; 33 one-bedroom units; 33 two bedroom units;
and 6 three-bedroom units.
-A total of eighty-three (83) parking stalls will be provided. The majority of the parking (i.e.62 parking stalls) will be located underground with 21 parking stalls at-grade located directly off the public lane. The ramp to the underground parking will be accessed from the public lane.
-A total of ninety (90) bicycle parking stalls will be provided.

https://www.ironcladdevelopments.com/notre-dame

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When completed, the project will consist of:
  • A seven (7) storey residential condominium building containing 78 units along the Red River at TachĂ© Avenue and Rue HĂ©bert;
  • A pair of two storey mixed-use buildings each containing one mixed-use unit and one residential unit (live-work units) on TachĂ© Avenue and Rue Darveau;
  • A single two-family (duplex) building containing 2 residential units on TachĂ© Avenue; and,
  • Parking, landscaping and vehicular and pedestrian circulation accesses via Rue HĂ©bert necessary for the development of these buildings.







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Location: 2525 Pembina Hwy https://www.google.ca/maps/place/252...!4d-97.1577483
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Client: http://www.campussuites.com/
Size: 352-unit, 16-storey
Completion date: Unknown
Budget: $70 M
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Committee approves housing project plans
August 9 Riel community committee roundup
By: Staff
Posted: 08/20/2018 3:38 PM

The site and landscaping plans for a high density student housing project along Pembina Highway were approved by Riel community committee this month.

At a special Aug. 9 meeting, the developers of a 352-unit, 16-storey multi-family building at 2525 Pembina Hwy. presented their plans for the layout of the new tower and parking lot, along with landscaping, at the former site of the Dairy Queen at Bison Drive.

Documents submitted to the City show the proposed building will have a number of one and two bedroom units from the second storey upwards, and the main floor will feature a vestibule, office space, garbage room and amenity space for tenants.

Parking for the tower will primarily be located underground with 74 spaces below grade and 42 at the surface. An additional 276 bike parking spaces will also be included underground.

Applications for the project were first considered by the committee in September 2016, when the developer at the time, Rise Real Estate, was proposing a 14-storey, 197 unit building on the site. In March 2018, the current developer, Campus Suites, requested and received variances to increase the number of floors and units, reduce the required number of parking spaces, and increase density with a lot area per dwelling unit of 149 square feet.

The development will return to Riel community committee for plan approval at a later date.
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3000 block of Pembina Highway

Location: https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.78298...7i13312!8i6656
Developer: http://privatepensionpartners.com/

https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/bu...475117813.html

project proposed for a large vacant lot in the 3000 block of Pembina Highway would include two apartment towers 13 and 15 storeys high, and feature a combined 410 residential units.

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Newport Centre Renovations

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The upgrades will include changes to the bottom two floors.

"We’re exploring several options with the architect. They could include moving the lobby, or it could include incorporating a new restaurant... and some new signage."

They may also light up the exterior of the building.

"We want, when people drive by, to go, ‘Oh, I never noticed that building before.’ It’s not going to be a full re-glazing like Artis REIT did with their building, but we’re definitely going to enhance the look of it."


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Construction Photos: http://www.sunrex.ca/construction-progress



The eight levels above the first floor commercial space of the century-old Sterling Building were once offices and are being beautifully transformed into a residential complex geared towards young professionals.

The building will be host to 64 suites which are a combination of bachelor and one bedroom units. These "Micro-Apartments" which are the fastest growing trend in urban centers around the world, though compact, are filled with light from the large windows. The walls separating the living spaces from the bedrooms are kept low and have no doors in order to create an open and spacious unit. The finishes and fixtures are clean and modern, while complementing the Heritage elements of the building.

Though suitable for residents of any age, these units were designed with the young "up-and-comers" who wish to take advantage of the energy and fast-pace of Winnipeg's rapidly evolving downtown and use the city as an extension of their dining and living space.
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Address: 958 McMillan Avenue, Winnipeg, MB https://www.google.ca/maps/place/958...7!4d-97.163765
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Buyer interest strong for unique condo complex ready to break ground
By: Ryan Thorpe Posted: 02/5/2018

After a battle with a city community committee, a local development company is set to break ground on a new luxury condominium complex in Crescentwood next month.

The building is a 12-unit, four-storey, high-end complex, set to go up on vacant property at the corner of Harrow Street and McMillan Avenue.

Breaking ground on the project was more difficult than expected for Winnipeg’s Ventura Developments.

Despite city planners giving the project their blessing, the infill development was opposed by area councillor, John Orlikow (River Heights — Fort Garry).

In November 2016, a city community committee, of which Orlikow was a member, rejected the proposed project.

Opposition to the plan confused not only Ventura, but also Coun. Janice Lukes and Mike Moore, then-president of the Manitoba Home Builders’ Association — both told the Free Press at the time they were surprised by the decision.

"Our original application was denied, but we appealed the decision through the city’s processes. Council’s decision, which I believe was 11 positive votes for the project, really showed council’s support for infill development," said Tim Comack, Ventura’s vice-president of development.

Now that the project has been given the green light, Comack says interest has been strong, with five units — all of which are customizable — already sold.




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Address: 625 McMillan Avenue, Winnipeg, MB https://www.google.ca/maps/place/625...3!4d-97.149614
Developer: Queenston Developments Ltd. https://www.qdevelopments.ca/625-mcmillan
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320 River Avenue

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  • 3-storey multifamily building with 12 units
  • The development is clad in brick with some corten steel accents. The brick provides a rich, permanent feel to the building and is complimentary to the more substantial façade materials traditionally used in Osborne Village, in alignment with Character policies of the Osborne Plan.
  • The development locates the parking inside the building and hides the garbage/recycling enclosure from view of the street.







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Address: 281 River Ave https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.88144...7i13312!8i6656
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  • Proposal to construct a five (5) storey, 99 unit multi-family building
  • Currently there are five (5), three (3) storey apartment buildings with of 54 dwelling units currently located on the subject property.







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The proposal is to establish a four (4) storey mixed use building comprising of twenty six (26) residential units above ground and one (1) commercial unit at grade. The existing row housing on site will be removed.

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