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Old Posted Apr 29, 2016, 4:11 AM
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Winnipeg Construction IX

WINNIPEG CONSTRUCTION


SOURCE: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Danpy0JWE7...0/winnipeg.jpg

Winnipeg Development Map:
https://maps.google.ca/maps/ms?hl=en...92dcf0aa5e81c7

Previous construction threads:
Winnipeg Construction 8
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Winnipeg Construction 5
Winnipeg Construction 4
Winnipeg Construction 3
Winnipeg Construction 2
Winnipeg Construction 1

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Residential
Condos., Apartments, Co-Op Housing

62m
62 Macdonald Ave. near the Disraeli Bridge
Use: Residential Height: 3 floors Website: http://www.62m.ca
Estimated Completion:
2016

SOURCE: http://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-co...io-528x299.jpg

98 Market
Use: Apartment Residential Height: 6 storeys Website:
Estimated Completion: September 2017

SOURCE: http://i.cbc.ca/1.3396659.1452348005...ert-sketch.jpg

d Condo
390 Assiniboine Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 24 storeys Website: http://www.dcondoswinnipeg.com/
Estimated Completion: unknown


Fountain Springs

184 Sherbrook St.
Use: Residential Height: 6 stories Website: http://www.djkmechanicalengineering.ca/project?id=118


University of Winnipeg Commons
Adjacent to the Buhler Centre/Stella's Cafe/Gallery
Use: Apartments Height: 14 storeys Website: http://news-centre.uwinnipeg.ca/all-...medium=twitter
Estimated Completion: Fall 2015


Office & Commercial
Shopping Centres, Office

Osborne Place
257 Osborne St. S. at Confusion Corner
Use: Office Height: 6 storeys Website:
Estimated Completion: 2017


Seasons of Tuxdeo
Kensaton Blvd/Sterling Lyon Pwky
Use: Retail/Entertainment Height: 1.5 million sq ft. commercial space (incl. Winnipeg's first IKEA) Website:
Estimated Completion: built out over several years


True North Square
Graham between Hargrave & Carlton Streets
Use:242 Hargrave St. (Office, 17 Fl., 77.8 m / 225 ft.), Hotel (24 Fl.), and 225 Carlton St. (Office Fls. 1-6, Residential Fls. 7-25, 285 ft. / 86.9 m)
Website: http://truenorthsquare.com
225 Carlton 86.9m (285ft) floors 1 thru 6 office, 7 thru 25 residential + mechanical floor.

242 Hargrave 77.8m (255 ft) 17 floors office + mechanical floors
Estimated Completion: 2017-19

SOURCE: http://www.truenorthsquare.com/wp-co...es/tns-mbl.jpg

Institutional
Hospitals, Universities & Schools, Libraries

HSC Women's Hospital
Health Sciences Centre
Use: Medical Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.hsc.mb.ca/
Estimated Completion: 2017

http://www.dhneill.com/documents/Womens_Hospital.jpg

Manitoba Clinic
Corner of Notre Dame Ave. and Sherbrook St.
Use: Medical clinic Height: 10 storeys Website:
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://waltechvis.com/wp-content/upl...507-View-1.jpg

Macdonald Youth Services
161-175 Mayfair Ave.
Use: Institutional for At-risk Youth Height:3 storeys Website: http://mys.ca/
Estimated Completion: 2017
[IMG]http://media.winnipegfreepress.com/images/333*157/dds-mys-supplied-sept30.jpg[/IMG]
SOURCE: http://media.winnipegfreepress.com/i...ied-sept30.jpg

University of Winnipeg - Leatherdale Hall
Use: Lecture Hall Height: 2 storeys
Website: http://news-centre.uwinnipeg.ca/all-...therdale-hall/

SOURCE: http://news-centre.uwinnipeg.ca/wp-c...rdale-Hall.jpg

Recreational
Sports, Casinos

Club Regent Expansion
1425 Regent Ave. W., Transcona
Use: Casino & Accommodation Height: Website:
Estimated Completion: 2017

SOURCE: http://cdn.chrisd.ca/wp-content/uplo...n1-900x583.jpg

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PROPOSED

Residential

221-227 Stradbrook Ave.
18 storey mixed use, 146 units + 3 1/2 storey parkade



West Broadway Gardens
198 Sherbrook St.
Use: Mixed-use (residential/commercial) Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.cmdgroup.com/project-lead...03/1003624969/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://i.imgur.com/Yfnp2yo.png

267 Sherbrook St.
Use:Residential Height: 14 floors
Website: http://sotirioscorp.com/projects/267-sherbrook
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://sotirioscorp.com/admin/resour...-w1264h722.jpg

300 Main St.
Corner of Main St. & Graham Ave.
Use: Residential - Apartments Height: 40 storeys
Estimated Completion: 2019

SOURCE: http://images.glaciermedia.ca/polopo...tial-tower.jpg

Gas Station Arts Centre
445 River Ave.
Use: Condominium and Performance Space Height: 9 floors Website: http://palwinnipeg.org/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://i.imgur.com/G5jnPkz.png

Loftworks
120/128 James Ave.
Use: Office/Residential Height: 3 floor addition to 3 floor building + proposed new 8 floor condo Website: Unknown
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://wfpquantum.s3.amazonaws.com/i...txt-538854.jpg

SkyCity Centre
345 Graham Ave.
Use: Condominium & Commercial Height: 45 storeys Website: http://www.liveworkplaywinnipeg.com
Estimated Completion: unknown

SOURCE: http://skycitywinnipeg.ca/wp-content...ilding_NEW.jpg

Office & Commercial

Bond Tower
151 William Stephenson Way
Use: Office Height: 11 floors Website: http://www.5468796.ca
Estimated Completion:
Unknown

http://www.5468796.ca/images/bond_to...render_324.jpg

CanadInns McPhillips Street Station Hotel
484 McPhillips St.
Use: Hotel/Entertainment Height: 17 floors Website: http://www.canadinns.com/stay/stay-m...entry_id=12737
Estimated Completion: unknown

SOURCE: http://blog.cheapoair.ca/image.axd?p...peg+Hotels.jpg

Recreational

Assiniboine Park - Canada's Diversity Gardens
Assiniboine Park Conservatory (near Corydon at Shaftsbury Blvd.)
Estimated Completion: 2019

SOURCE: http://www.assiniboinepark.ca/park-l...ersity-gardens

Institutional

Sport for Life Center
145 Pacific Ave.
Use: Recreational Height: ? Website: http://www.sportforlifecentre.ca/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://pointdouglas.com/plugins/p17_...mages/1424.jpg

Manitoba Museum Expansion
Main St.
Use: Museum, Planetarium Height: Website: http://manitobamuseum.ca/
Estimated Completion: 2020?



SOURCE: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-HTFmv1QpO_...FIN-WEB-JS.jpg

Winnipeg Art Gallery - Inuit Art Centre
Memorial Blvd at St. Mary Avenue
Use: Museum & Art Gallery Height: 4 storeys
Estimated Completion: Unknown

SOURCE: http://i.cbc.ca/1.3570207.1462551797...art-centre.jpg


Transportation

Southwest Transitway
Use: Rapid transit Length: end of phase 1 to University of Manitoba Website: http://winnipegtransit.com/en/rapid-transit
Estimated Completion: 2020

SOURCE: http://winnipegtransit.com/assets/60..._Thumbnail.jpg

Waverley St. Underpass
Waverley St. at Taylor Ave.
Use: Railway underpass Length:
Estimated Completion: 2019

SOURCE: https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpre...0&h=374&crop=1

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Old Posted Apr 29, 2016, 1:17 PM
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With that out of the the way, there seems to be an extreme urgency for posters to start the new Winnipeg Construction Thread, I applaud the initiative and eagerness.

With that said, this will be the Official Thread when the time comes..not yet...
It will be Locked and opened again when the time comes. Other premature starts will be removed.


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Old Posted Jun 10, 2016, 12:39 AM
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New Construction Thread Opened.

LilZebra, Please edit your opening post to reflect new proposals, U/C projects etc..Please remove the "Do Not Post" etc comments first.

You can find the previous Winnipeg Construction VIII - (8) [ Archived Thread Here ]

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Bomberjet, I will be selling in spring 2018 or earlier.
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Ooh. We may need to converse on the subject, Riverman.
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A few posts of interest from Contruction VIII....or not.

Norwood Flats residents fight to save Spanish-style home
Denise Bendor-Samuel calls the house built in 1927 a landmark in the area
CBC News Posted: Jun 06, 2016 6:01 PM CT Last Updated: Jun 06, 2016 6:01 PM CT



http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manito...home-1.3619461

Love this style/home..It's so, not Winnipeg, which is a good thing. I have no dog in this fight/demo or not. I just don't see much of this style of architecure in Winnipeg...
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Currently Planned:



6 parking stalls going in there. Hearings 6, 7 and 8. 8 shows the site plans.

http://clkapps.winnipeg.ca/DMIS/View...onId=&InitUrl=

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Link to the petition on change.org

http://https://www.change.org/p/city-of-winnipeg-preserve-96-st-mary-s-current-zoning-keep-norwood-flats-residential-4fb0d625-484b-4670-9846-e731d0250792
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http://www.winnipegsoccerfederation.ca/

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The $20.6-million venue, currently called Winnipeg Soccer Federation North, is slated to open in the first week of July.

The field is fresh, the lines are bright. I’ve been in soccer for a number of years now and when people see that there’s 360-degree seating — that is the type of thing that makes people really happy.”

Construction began last April on the building, which will be managed by the Winnipeg Soccer Federation. It will have a FIFA-sized pitch, 16 change rooms, a concession and pro shop. There will be meeting space on the second-floor mezzanine, which boosts the overall square footage to 165,000.
http://www.winnipegsun.com/2016/06/0...el-set-to-open
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Sorry I forgot, the 330 St Mary Ave Re-Clad/Exterior update..Can't remember if they were well into the project or waiting to start..
(extreme image size warning) but it's all about that slanted portion of the building..lol..


http://www.collierscanada.com/10643

Fine looking building from this angle...Colliers also has some interesting office space available on the same page..(^ link).
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Slanty slanty lol. The other side is also slanted. It's actually quite a feat having the building cantilevered like that. Wold be much simpler to just have it straight up and down.

They're just getting mobilized I think. Seen they have some fencing up, that sort of thing. Not sure if they've actually started anything.
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They've got a staging area set up in the parking lot between the building on St Mary and the red-headed stepchild building on Hargrave but nothing else is happening yet.
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They've got a staging area set up in the parking lot between the building on St Mary and the red-headed stepchild building on Hargrave but nothing else is happening yet.


Good description. Those buildings are part of the same complex, yet they don't resemble each other in the slightest.

BTW nice pic, Cyro. That building has aged well for an early 80 build. Compare with others from that era like... 360 Main.
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A few posts of interest from Contruction VIII....or not.

Norwood Flats residents fight to save Spanish-style home
Denise Bendor-Samuel calls the house built in 1927 a landmark in the area
CBC News Posted: Jun 06, 2016 6:01 PM CT Last Updated: Jun 06, 2016 6:01 PM CT



http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manito...home-1.3619461

Love this style/home..It's so, not Winnipeg, which is a good thing. I have no dog in this fight/demo or not. I just don't see much of this style of architecure in Winnipeg...
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6 parking stalls going in there. Hearings 6, 7 and 8. 8 shows the site plans.

http://clkapps.winnipeg.ca/DMIS/View...onId=&InitUrl=

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Link to the petition on change.org

http://https://www.change.org/p/city-of-winnipeg-preserve-96-st-mary-s-current-zoning-keep-norwood-flats-residential-4fb0d625-484b-4670-9846-e731d0250792
Far be it from me to disagree with Trueviking while agreeing with Riverman, but the residents of Norwood Flats have the right of it. It may be a leafy enclave on the river, but it's also a central neighborhood, and its residents tend to be aware of that--hence their YIMBYism over a larger residential complex, and hence their stonewalling of Santa Lucia expanding their parking lot. It's a city neighborhood and more residents will benefit it. A strip mall accounting firm will not, especially when it's a kilometer away from the largest concentration of office space in the city. You know, downtown.

While the proposed building looks nice, it's more suitable for Roblin Blvd. than for one of the major routes into downtown. Come with something more suited for a city setting and the community may talk.

The existing house is unique, and together with its neighboring bungalows and this complex down the street: https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.87885...2!8i6656?hl=en it gives that stretch of St. Mary's a bit of a Los Angeles vibe. Like you'd see The Dude ambling up to the Video Cellar or Coronation Bowling.
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I work in the stepchild building and can attest that not much is going on there in the area of improvements.
We haven't even had the windows cleaned yet this year and the faux-stone walkway out front is crumbling.
Last year there was talk of a re-done lobby on the main floor as well as a gym for tenants of both buildings but it's awfully quiet on that front right now...
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The re-clad will take two years as there was some issue with "engineering". Maybe they'll move on to the step child then too.
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While the proposed building looks nice, it's more suitable for Roblin Blvd. than for one of the major routes into downtown. Come with something more suited for a city setting and the community may talk.
While personally I think that an office which looks less house-like would be a better and more appropriate choice for the site, I have a feeling that anything larger and more urban in nature would rile the locals up even more. Number Ten's design strikes me as a reasonable compromise... a small commercial development on a site which has little appeal as residential property.

I took a look the change.org petition and there is a weirdly large number of out of province signees.... I can't honestly say that I care how someone in Boca Raton who left Norwood in 1962 feels about the matter.
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Thx for updating the Opening Post LilZebra, It gives this thread some continuity...
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Canada's Diversity Garden has a tentative start date of 2017 with a two year timeline so sometime in 2019. Maybe include that in the original post.
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Thx for updating the Opening Post LilZebra, It gives this thread some continuity...
Thx.

Mostly done. It wasn't as hard as I thought it'd be.

The ones U/C that I'm not sure of are the condos./apt. on Stradbrook / River Ave.

I go near there on a regular basis but not along those streets directly anymore.

Also anything in the north Exchange District I never go near like Ross Ave. etc..., so I'm clueless there as well.

Should Edgewood Estates apts. in N. Kildonan be included the list?
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Lots of nice projects on that list... I still cannot get over how ugly that gas station theatre thing is. I hope it doesn't get built! Would be nice to see a redevelopment of that corner but good god that thing is ugly!
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318 ross aparently to become apartments
ur also missing rrc elgin project

pump house redevelopment as well
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