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Old Posted Feb 13, 2020, 9:36 PM
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Don't forget about the parkade on Garry!
And the 62M Condos
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Old Posted Feb 14, 2020, 2:26 AM
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Round buildings

Broadview Manor on Donald kinda round octigonal at least.
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Broadview Manor on Donald kinda round octigonal at least.
Yes Broadview Manor 120 Donald at 22 floors . Also, Assiniboine Towers now named Western Canada Lottery Foundation
ADDRESS: 125 Garry Street Both Octagonal and add some element of interest to our skyline..Just wish it were not only 12 floors but more like 21 +

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Old Posted Feb 14, 2020, 9:11 PM
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in front of the wal mart on Grant.




Osborne Village continues to grow.



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Both of these are great for their locations.
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Old Posted Feb 14, 2020, 9:18 PM
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If that building on Taylor is as half as nice as the rendering then it will be an absolute jewel. But it looks out of place in what is basically the Walmart parking lot, across the street from a bunch of dowdy townhouses.
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If it at least partially blocks the wal mart and sea of parking, that's good.
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Who is the developer for the Osborne Village project?
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Old Posted Feb 14, 2020, 10:45 PM
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From what I read in the clerks thing the other day, the owners of the 3 houses that the new building will replace will all own the new build. I would assume there's other people involved as well.
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in front of the wal mart on Grant.

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If that building on Taylor is as half as nice as the rendering then it will be an absolute jewel. But it looks out of place in what is basically the Walmart parking lot, across the street from a bunch of dowdy townhouses.

I disagree. That proposed apartment block on Taylor Ave. could fit just as easily at Taylor or Grant at Cambridge.
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Old Posted Feb 15, 2020, 3:56 AM
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good to see that faltering retail development on taylor diversify. it always had residential in the plan, though. it's a great spot for densification!
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good to see that faltering retail development on taylor diversify. it always had residential in the plan, though. it's a great spot for densification!
Agreed. Also removes a ton of desolate, weed-infested space & gives Route 95 less of a reason for Winnipeg Transit to shitcan it, as well.
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Old Posted Feb 16, 2020, 11:30 PM
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good to see that faltering retail development on taylor diversify. it always had residential in the plan, though. it's a great spot for densification!
Hard to meaningfully densify when new multifamily residential are still required to waste prime land on 1.2 parking stalls to satisfy the city's archaic requirements. Too bad Shindico didn't try to get a reduction.
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There is not a single soul that would rent an apartment without a parking space. Give your head a shake.
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There is not a single soul that would rent an apartment without a parking space. Give your head a shake.
Huh? There are tons of apartments in town with little to no parking provided, in Broadway-Assiniboine, West Broadway, Osborne Village, Corydon, etc...
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There is not a single soul that would rent an apartment without a parking space. Give your head a shake.
100 princess. 5 floors of rentals. 0 parking.
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There is not a single soul that would rent an apartment without a parking space. Give your head a shake.
What about people who do not own cars? Or do they not have souls?


I rented for 10 years without owning a car and therefore didn't ask about parking or care about it when I was apartment hunting.
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