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Old Posted Jul 27, 2013, 8:35 PM
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Winnipeg Construction VIII

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:
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION

RESIDENTIAL

300 Assiniboine Ave
300 Assiniboine Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 28 floors + townhouses Website: http://crystalproperties.ca/home/300assiniboine/
Estimated Completion: 2016

source: http://crystalconstruction.ca/

YouCube - Phase 2
1 Heaton Avenue
Use: Residential Height: 4 floorsWebsite: http://www.youcubecondos.com
Estimated Completion: 2015

source: http://5468796.ca

building one + two
125 Cauchon Street
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: http://2architecture.ca
Estimated Completion: 2014/2015

source: http://2architecture.ca

Bag Factory Apartments
311 Alexander Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 6 floor heritage re-development Website: http://sandhudevelopments.com/
Estimated Completion: Fall 2014

source:http://sandhudevelopments.com/

Conrad House
522 River
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.lountcorp.com
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.lountcorp.com

Fort Rouge Rail Yards - Phase 1
661 Argue St
Use: Transit Oriented Development Height: Varying, up to 25 floors Website: http://fortrougeyards.com/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: https://www.facebook.com/TheYardsatFortRouge/

Glasshouse Skylofts
309 Hargrave St.
Use: Residential Height: 21 floors Website: http://glasshousewinnipeg.com
Estimated Completion: 2014

source: http://canoe.ca

Village Junction
369 Stradbrook Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.villagejunction.ca
Estimated Completion: 2015

source: http://www.villagejunction.ca


OFFICE

New Winnipeg Police Service Headquarters
266 Graham Ave.
Use: Office Height: 10 floors Website: http://www.winnipeg.ca/police/
Estimated Completion: 2014

source: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com


SERVICE/RECREATION

ALT Hotel + Stantec Offices
311 Portage Ave.
Use: Hotel/Office/Residential Height: 20 floors Website: http://www.groupegermain.com/en/media-alt-winnipeg.asp
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: www.winnipegfreepress.com

HSC Women's Hospital
Health Sciences Centre
Use: Medical Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.hsc.mb.ca/
Estimated Completion: 2014

source: http://www.dhneill.com/

HSC Diagnostic Centre
Health Sciences Centre
Use: Medical Height: 7 floors Website: http://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=12689
Estimated Completion: Spring 2014

source: http://www.cbc.ca/gfx/images/news/ph...20-helipad.jpg

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: build out over several years

source: http://media.winnipegfreepress.com/i...82H3001086.jpg

Winnipeg Convention Centre expansion
Two surface parking lots South and South-east of current Convention Centre
Use: Entertainment Height: Unknown Website: Unknown
Estimated Completion: 2015

source: http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_r...y=80&size=650x


EDUCATIONAL

U of M Active Living Centre
University of Manitoba (Main Campus)
Use: Recreational Size: 100,000 Square Feet Website: http://umanitoba.ca/admin/dev_adv/wh...ng_Centre.html
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://media.winnipegfreepress.com/images/2872910.jpg


TRANSPORTATION

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PROPOSED

RESIDENTIAL

Fortress development
345 Graham Ave.
Use: Residential/Office Height: 42 storeys Website: http://www.liveworkplaywinnipeg.com
Estimated Completion: unknown

source: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com

d Condo
390 Assiniboine Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 24 storeys Website: http://www.dcondo.ca
Estimated Completion: Spring 2015

source: http://www.sandhudevelopments.com

University of Winnipeg Commons
U Winnipeg Campus - south of the Buhler Centre between Good St and Colony St
Use: Residential Height: 14 storeys Website: http://news-centre.uwinnipeg.ca/all-...medium=twitter
Estimated Completion: Fall 2015

source: http://news-centre.uwinnipeg.ca/

226 Osborne North
226 Osborne St. N
Use: Residential/Office Height: 10 floors Website: http://www.inlett.com/properties/loc...g-osborne.html
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.inlett.com/properties/images/226main2.jpg

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

source: instagram.com/jovanlottis

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

62m
62 Macdonald Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 3 floors Website: http://www.62m.ca
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.archdaily.net

316 Ross Ave Addition
316 Ross Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 5 floor heritage re-development + additionWebsite: http://www.sm-arc.com/projects/displ...2/316-ross-ave
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source:http://www.sm-arc.com/

Shipping Container apartments
956 Notre Dame Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 6 floors Website: -
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.davidpennerarchitect.ca/a.../sea-can-3.jpg

290 River Condos
290 River Ave
Use: Residential Height: 3 floors Website: http://290rivercondos.ca
Estimated Completion: 2015

source: http://www.buzzbuzzhome.com

583 Stradbrook Ave.
583 Stradbrook Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 5 floors Website: unknown
Estimated Completion: unknown

source: http://waltercorp.com/

h2o two
500 Waterfront Drive
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: http://h2owaterfront.com
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://condospot.ca

398 Wardlaw Ave.
398 Warlaw Avenue
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: http://2architecture.ca
Estimated Completion: 2015

source: http://2architecture.ca

Gas Station Theatre re-development
445 River Ave.
Use: Arts/Residential Height: 9 floors Website: http://palwinnipeg.org/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://winnipeg.ca

373 River Ave
373 River Ave.
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: unknown
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://winnipeg.ca

District Condominiums
140 James Ave/139 Market Ave/145 Market Ave
Use: Mixed-use (residential/commercial) Height: Varied Website: http://www.districtcondos.ca
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.districtcondos.ca

Mayfair Condos
NW Corner of River and Mayfair
Use: Mixed-use (residential/commercial) Height: 4 floors Website: unknown
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: https://www.facebook.com/villagejunction

570 Stradbrook
570 Stradbrook Ave
Use: Residential Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.570stradbrook.com
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.570stradbrook.com

95 Maryland
95 Maryland St
Use: Mixed-use (residential/commercial) Height: 4 floors Website: unknown
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.sm-arc.com

West Broadway Gardens
198 Sherbrook St
Use: Mixed-use (residential/commercial) Height: 4 floors Website: unknown
Estimated Completion: Unknown

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

Urban Glo
18-22 Picardy Pl
Use: Residential Height: 3 floors Website: http://urbanglocondos.ca/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://urbanglocondos.ca/

Banana Boat Re-development
390 Osborne St
Use: Residential Height: 3 floors Website: unknown
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.dinprojects.ca/

250 Marion
250 Marion St.
Use: Mixed-use Height: 4 floors Website: http://www.nisumdevelopments.com/250-marion.html
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://urbanglocondos.ca/


OFFICE

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

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

So/Po Square
Graham Ave between Hargrave St and Carlton St
Use: Office/Hotel/Possible residential Height: 3 buildings, various heights (up to 19 floors) Website: http://www.soposquare.com/
Estimated Completion: Unknown

source: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com


SERVICE/RECREATION

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: Early 2013

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

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



EDUCATIONAL

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TRANSPORTATION

Phase 2 South BRT
South-central Winnipeg
Use: Rapid transit Length: end of phase 1 to University of Manitoba Website: http://winnipegtransit.com/en/rapid-transit
Estimated Completion: Unknown

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


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RUMOURED

- Michael Maltzan designed WAG expanasion
- Winnipeg Convention Centre hotel
- 221 Stradbrook (18 storey apartments)
- 257 Osborne (announcement 2015 Q1)
- Fairchild Lofts Phase 2
- 229 Roslyn
- 172 Donald mixed-use
- James Ave parkade

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Old Posted Jul 27, 2013, 8:45 PM
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let me know if anything needs to be updated/is missing. I'm not in Winnipeg right now so am unsure what projects might have started/completed construction in the past few months.
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Looks good, lots to be excited for! Only changes I can think of are the new stadium being completed, and the shopping area proposed at the old stadium site
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2013, 10:17 PM
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Looking Good!

I thought we might be on 9 or 10 (or 11) now?

though headhorse would know better than I

btw, Thanks for starting the new thread headhorse! we could add all the residential or service/rec under one heading

tons of highrises (for Winnipeg)...excited to see the long-awaited skyscraper boom take off
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2013, 10:31 PM
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yeah, I'd like to find a bit better way of organizing the projects. I just don't know what is the best way to differentiate between office/res/mixed use/retail/etc. Maybe Major Projects (private - high rises, large retail developments, etc), Minor Projects (private - neighbourhood infill, etc), Educational (RRC/UW/UM projects), Civic (roads, bridges, rapid transit, etc) and then maybe lump in Medical (hospital expansions) with Educational or Civic? organization by neighbourhood might work as well...

I counted the number of threads in the archives (6) plus the most recent one (7) so I went with 8 but I wasn't really sure.

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Old Posted Jul 27, 2013, 10:57 PM
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Thank you headhorse. Looking good. My only suggestion is that we change the "8" in the thread title to "VIII"
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Great job HeadHorse ! thx for re-starting the thread..the end of.2013 to 2014 look like interesting and promising years! The Roman Numerals suggested by Shinook sound like a great idea.
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Can't we go by Stardates like in Star Trek?

BTW guys, I just got hired at the Shark Club! So SSP is now getting alot more downtown-based
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Can't we go by Stardates like in Star Trek?

BTW guys, I just got hired at the Shark Club! So SSP is now getting alot more downtown-based
You must be pretty good lookin'!
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Sorry about the delay between laptop fire and working 14.hr days been chaos anyhow threads stickied
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You must be pretty good lookin'!
I walked in with 4 hours of sleep over 3 days, in a Metallica hoodie and jeans, and just got the job on-the-spot. It was an extremely good day for me! I'm going to be apart of active downtown redevelopment!!!
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I walked in with 4 hours of sleep over 3 days, in a Metallica hoodie and jeans, and just got the job on-the-spot. It was an extremely good day for me! I'm going to be apart of active downtown redevelopment!!!
You should ask them about their policy of not letting people in with Bomber jerseys on, that seemed to be a big deal on Twitter on Friday - apparently people had to take all jerseys off before getting past the bouncers.
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You should ask them about their policy of not letting people in with Bomber jerseys on, that seemed to be a big deal on Twitter on Friday - apparently people had to take all jerseys off before getting past the bouncers.


Gotta go to the car and get that sweet affliction shirt on instead, I guess.

But seriously, are they going to apply that to Jets jerseys too? That should be interesting given that half their game night clientele will be wearing them.

In construction related news, I see that fencing has gone up around the site of Imperial Properties' development at Confusion Corner. No construction equipment as yet, though.

Also, action is ramping up on the Convention Centre expansion with lots of equipment on site, and things appear to be well under way on the Mistecture-designed residence going up next to Holy Names House of Peace on Edmonton St.

Finally, there is movement on the site of the old Ronald's Shoes on South Osborne (across from the Park Theatre). Construction fencing is up, although I'm not sure exactly what will be built there. It will be nice to see that gap filled in after the original building burned a few years ago.
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You should ask them about their policy of not letting people in with Bomber jerseys on, that seemed to be a big deal on Twitter on Friday - apparently people had to take all jerseys off before getting past the bouncers.
Why would that be? That seems odd considering those wearing jerseys will probably make up 90% of their clientele.
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Why would that be? That seems odd considering those wearing jerseys will probably make up 90% of their clientele.
It might be a dress code thing; new place bouncers following every rule to a T so as not to get in trouble.

could even be some weird legal rule that makes the managing staff enforce a strict dress code

I for one think it's stupid, if they turned me away and I was wearing a bombers or jets jersey I'd take my business elsewhere. People shouldn't feel the need to keep going there if they are forced to remove clothing in that context; If 90% of their clientele decided to head down to the Boston pizza who lets them wear what they want, then I'm sure their dress code would change.
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You should ask them about their policy of not letting people in with Bomber jerseys on, that seemed to be a big deal on Twitter on Friday - apparently people had to take all jerseys off before getting past the bouncers.
I'll avoid asking unless I see it myself in person. Can't risk my new job on a question that doesn't have anything to do with me,
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HeadHorse, Is it possible to Reference "Winnipeg Contruction #7, in you initial post? It makes it somewhat easier for past discussions and current developments in progress to be accessed, rather than having to log in to access archives or search for the last forum?

Kinda where we were to were we are at this point. ie:

Link: Winnipeg Contruction # 7, or just the link: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=193041

Thx for this addition.

Ps: It seems that cookies must be enabled as your IP, does not work on its own to access the archives. Hopefully this will be rectified in future versions of the forum.
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Thank you headhorse. Looking good. My only suggestion is that we change the "8" in the thread title to "VIII"
Unfortunately I can't edit thread titles.

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HeadHorse, Is it possible to Reference "Winnipeg Contruction #7, in you initial post? It makes it somewhat easier for past discussions and current developments in progress to be accessed, rather than having to log in to access archives or search for the last forum?

Kinda where we were to were we are at this point. ie:

Link: Winnipeg Contruction # 7, or just the link: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=193041

Thx for this addition.

Ps: It seems that cookies must be enabled as your IP, does not work on its own to access the archives. Hopefully this will be rectified in future versions of the forum.
done!
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You can edit thread titles within 30 minutes of publishing the thread, but we're long past that.

I've personally requested that a moderator change the title. Please be patient.
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Good job HeadHorse. I question the "rumor" about 155 Smith St being a potential residential tower. I have always thought it will end up being a hydro substation expansion. Might we be able to add that, ie residential tower or substation expansion.
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