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Old Posted Jun 20, 2019, 7:52 PM
Wolf13 Wolf13 is offline
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Originally Posted by buzzg View Post
I don't know about Calgary, but it's not hard to imagine downtown Winnipeg catching or even passing Edmonton in terms of an active, "dense" downtown. Especially as Railside fills out, and if the concept of refocusing Broadway on residential happens.
Well, Calgary has a lot of proposed highrises downtown. Not offices obviously, but apartments (currently underbuilt) and condos (still decent market interest). Depending on oil's recovery, this could increase.

Regardless, Winnipeg is doing well.
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