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Old Posted Oct 20, 2019, 7:30 PM
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Fort Rouge Gardens looks great. It's too bad Ironclad wasn't responsible for the entire Fort Rouge Yards development from the start – this looks like they considered space, movement, site layout/location way better than the standard blocks that have gone up already. Do they have any more sites in the area?
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^ Yeah, it's too bad that some of the most prime spots closest to Fort Rouge station were taken up by such ho-hum developments. Would have been nice to have seen something more like Ironclad's project go up around there instead.
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The Fort Rouge station is a mess, what a wasted opportunity, too much surface parking. The Jubilee station isn't much better, the 'Jubliee' condo building is nice but the 'Park Side' town homes across the street are cookie cutter suburban and the development is too low density for what should have been on that site. Hopefully as more lots are developed we will see higher quality projects, street edges and parking.
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The Fort Rouge station is a mess, what a wasted opportunity, too much surface parking. The Jubilee station isn't much better, the 'Jubliee' condo building is nice but the 'Park Side' town homes across the street are cookie cutter suburban and the development is too low density for what should have been on that site. Hopefully as more lots are developed we will see higher quality projects, street edges and parking.
Don't think that's what at all was envisioned for development near BRT stations, planners and proponents of the BRT line thought they would be getting metro Vancouver Skytrain like developments but instead are getting south Moose Jaw condos! Agree total wasted opp, sold short once again and questions need to be asked about the need for overbuilt stations for a damn glorified bus route!
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Construction Update

380 Osborne
Location: 380 Osborne
Developer:
Architect: DIN Projects
Status: U/C
Media: Infill apartment block planned for 380 Osborne
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...7&postcount=81
Description: 7-storey residential mixed use building with 71 dwelling units and one commercial spac ewith two levels of indoor parking, one underground and one at grade






Arts District
Location: 290 ColonyStreet
Size: 103,000 SQ FT
Architect(s): Michael Maltzan Architecture
Construction Manager: Bockstael Construction
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=233330
Status: U/C
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...&postcount=109
Description: 119 studio, one, two and three bedroom residential units














Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery
Location: 300 Memorial Blvd, Winnipeg, MB
Architect: Michael Maltzan Architecture
Developers: Winnipeg Art Gallery
Size: 40,000 sq. ft. Addition to existing art gallery facility
Completed: 2020 (targeted)
Budget: $65 M
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...light=winnipeg
Status: U/C












True North Square Phase 2:
Sutton Place Hotel & Residences at True North Square
Status: U/C
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...&postcount=130
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...light=winnipeg
Description 18-storey hotel tower & 13-storey La Grande Residences









50 Hargrave
Location: 50 Hargrave (South Broadway)
Developer: The Sunrex Group of Companies
Architect(s) : AtLRG Architecture Inc.
Status: U/C
Renderings & Construction pics:https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...&postcount=120
Description: A 6 storey, 65 suite downtown in-fill apartment building with surface level open-air parking behind the building.










300 Main Street Apartment Tower
Location: 300 Main Street
Developers: Artis REIT https://300main.ca/
Architect: Raymond SC Wan Architects http://raymondscwanarchitect.com/300-main/
Floors: 42
Height: 465' | 142M
Phase 1: Reclad existing tower at 360 Main (complete)
Phase 2: Residential highrise (under construction)
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...light=winnipeg
Status: U/C












Richardson Innovation Centre
Location: Westbrook Street and Lombard Avenue
Architect(s) : Number TEN Architectural Group
Developers: Richardson International
Size: 62,000 sq. ft.
Budget: $30M
Completed: 2020 (targeted)
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=232883
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...2&postcount=64
Status: U/C
Description: Innovation Centre in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, featuring state-of-the-art technology and equipment for research and product development.












Warehouse 1885
Address:104/108 Princess Street, Winnipeg, MB Winnipeg, MB
Location:https://www.google.com/maps/place/10...!4d-97.1421145
Developer: Legatum Development
Architect: http://www.5468796.ca/
Status: U/C
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...&postcount=126
Description: Redevelop two existing landmark properties on the corner of Princess/Bannatyne into 39 desirable residential rental units plus 5,500 sq/f of commercial space on the main floor.
The renovation will construct a 3 Storey addition on top of 108 Princess to accommodate more rental units plus access to rooftop patio on 104 Princess.




















200 Portage Ave.
Location: 200 Portage Ave
Developer: 200 Portage INC. (Carmyn Aleshka)
Status: U/C
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...2&postcount=75
Description:Landlord has comprehensive plan to completely renovate 200 Portage, including the main floor and concourse space, redevelopment plans include upgraded floor to ceiling windows giving unprecedented 360° views of Portage and Main and flooding office spaces with natural light. Other upgrades include new curtain wall, doors, lobbies and elevators which will be replaced or upgraded.



Red River College - Innovation Centre Exchange District Campus
Location: Location: 319 Elgin Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, Downtown Exchange District Campus
Architect: Diamond Schmitt Architects inc. and Number TEN Architectural Group
Developers: Red River College
Size: 100,000 sq. ft.
Budget: $95M
Completed: 2020 (targeted)
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...light=winnipeg
Status: U/C












James Ave Pumping Station Redevelopment
Location: 109 James Avenue, Winnipeg, MB
Developers: ALSTON PROPERTIES LTD.
Architect(s) : 5468796 Architecture Inc
Status: U/C
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=223833
Renderings & Construction pics:https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...&postcount=122
Phase 1: 18,600 SF of office/retail space in the James Ave Pumping Station Building. Slated for demolition after 17 attempts to revive the historic structure over the last 14 years, the James Avenue Pumping Station was successfully preserved through the development of a financial / building pro forma that would make it financially feasible. 100% leased. Spring 2018 occupancy.
Phase 2: 28 high end rental apartments on Waterfront Drive available spring 2020.
Phase 3: 65 rental apartments. Winter 2021 occupancy.
















THE SPOT AT EAST VILLAGE
Location: 221 Stradbrook Ave
Developer: Private Pension Partners
Architects: MMP Architects Inc.
Contractor: Akman Construction Ltd.
Renderings & Construction pics: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...3&postcount=80
Project Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=230613
Status: U/C
Description: 18 Storey Residential Apartment with 145 units



Large crane being erected on Stadbrook


Dexter House
Location 93 Nassau St
Developer: Lount Corporation
Architect(s): Neil Cooper Architect
Contractor: Canotech Consultants Ltd.
Status: U/C
Description: 4 storey 13 unit Apartment
Media: Winnipeg’s Lount Corp. develops new niche: Luxury apartments










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Five star update, Wpgguy...thank you. That is what I come here for

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Don't think that's what at all was envisioned for development near BRT stations, planners and proponents of the BRT line thought they would be getting metro Vancouver Skytrain like developments but instead are getting south Moose Jaw condos! Agree total wasted opp, sold short once again and questions need to be asked about the need for overbuilt stations for a damn glorified bus route!
Yeah, it's a little unfortunate that the choicest spots went to such modest developments. It will hinder the SWBRT route from realizing its potential.
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The Fort Rouge station is a mess, what a wasted opportunity, too much surface parking. The Jubilee station isn't much better, the 'Jubliee' condo building is nice but the 'Park Side' town homes across the street are cookie cutter suburban and the development is too low density for what should have been on that site. Hopefully as more lots are developed we will see higher quality projects, street edges and parking.
Surface parking? There's a tiny lot for pick up waits.
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Surface parking? There's a tiny lot for pick up waits.
Not at the Fort Rouge station developments, between the the station and the buildings it’s a parking lot.
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For the actual station or for the housing development? Must be for the housing development. I thought you were talking about the station itself.

From my recollection the north end of the site was to be lower density. At the south end near jubilee the original plan called for 2 large towers. With heights and such stepping down as you move northward to from Jubilee station to Fort Rouge station.

Not sure what the current plan is for all the land.
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For the actual station or for the housing development? Must be for the housing development. I thought you were talking about the station itself.

From my recollection the north end of the site was to be lower density. At the south end near jubilee the original plan called for 2 large towers. With heights and such stepping down as you move northward to from Jubilee station to Fort Rouge station.

Not sure what the current plan is for all the land.
Yes I’m referring to the housing development not the actual stations.
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I don't know which is the Sutton Hotel and which is the Sutton condo, but it would sure be nice if the shorter of the two could be made taller by another three stories before it's completed. {{wishing}}
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I don't know which is the Sutton Hotel and which is the Sutton condo, but it would sure be nice if the shorter of the two could be made taller by another three stories before it's completed. {{wishing}}
The Hotel is taller..Was originally to be 27 floors..now I have hard both 24 or 22.no accurate updated rendering yet? .Condo 17 floors total including podium
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The Hotel is taller..Was originally to be 27 floors..now I have hard both 24 or 22.no accurate updated rendering yet? .Condo 17 floors total including podium
22 with podium.
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I don't know which is the Sutton Hotel and which is the Sutton condo, but it would sure be nice if the shorter of the two could be made taller by another three stories before it's completed. {{wishing}}
There is no condo. One is a hotel. One is long term stay.
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There is no condo. One is a hotel. One is long term stay.

What is "long term stay"?
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What is "long term stay"? Is that like an SRO on Main St. but nicer? When a Reserve experiences flooding, will they get first dibs or will everyone get first dibs no matter?
They are fully furnished apartment suites meant to cater to the longer term traveler 1week - 3 months (or longer) type stay. Sutton’s long term stay La Grande Residence in Vancouver is known as Hollywood North it’s home base to many actors/directors/producers/crews in town shooting tv/film.

In terms of flooding evacuees that would be entirely a business decision made by Sutton Place Hotel whether they want that clientele and contract from the government. Given this is a luxury hotel their prices id imagine would not be in line with housing any type of environmental evacuees long term.
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My work used other places such as Antares for long term business stays. We had to furnish the suites. Will definitely look into Sutton residences. Having them furnished eliminates a huge hassle in having to deal with all that. Business with long term stays can tend to tolerate higher rental costs if it eliminates a bunch of other semi-unknown costs. Within reason of course.
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