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Apparently the province and city have agreed to continue the housing unit incentive plan for downtown multi-family buildings. I didn't hear the value but i would expect it would be another $20 million. This might help this project.
$40,000 per door?
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$40,000 per door?
It's something like that provided the units sell for under $300 or $250 (thousand) i think.
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update on a project called heritage landing here in winnipeg architects changed

http://www.crystalconstruction.ca/ht...&g2_itemId=625
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Why does our newest project not have a thread? Or what about Canadinns HSC? Or that one that people don't like, in Kildonan?
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Looks pretty good! How many people can it house?
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Looks pretty good! How many people can it house?
According to someone more familiar with this project, that rendering may not be completely accurate.

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It is our work as a firm, that is still under development. A couple of other great designers are working on this project now, it will turn out to be a landmark building when it is constructed.
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Why does our newest project not have a thread? Or what about Canadinns HSC? Or that one that people don't like, in Kildonan?
canad inns has a thread
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canad inns has a thread
I wasn't sure about that one...but someone should make one for our newest project.
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According to someone more familiar with this project, that rendering may not be completely accurate.

hope so... that rendering is very 1960's. hopefully the actual tower doesn't look like that.
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Old Posted Jul 3, 2011, 3:11 AM
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I don't think it looks too bad, but then I live in Thunder Bay. According to our new courthouse, the year is 1974 and our city is in suburban California.
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From Harold Funk's website..

http://funkarchitect.com/design

New renderings of Heritage Landing (Concept)

ive said it before and i'll say it again...the townhouses will be the make or break element for the design of this tower....these ones were beauties.

no pressure FT3.....
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Provided they are not wrapped in stucco. Can we get some freakin color please?
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Brownstone

They kind of look like a futuristic version of Brownstone blocks. I wish Winnipeg had some of that architecture style. I really do love it.
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No kidding. Streets packed with brownstones are wonderful; needless to say when we go to NY, I am in heaven.
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Heritage Landing on Assiniboine, 300 Assiniboine Avenue, R3J
$30,000,000 est
Note: Working drawings are expected to start fall 2011 and finish early 2012. Timelines for general contractor tender and construction have not been finalized. Further update winter 2011.
Project: construction of a high-rise apartment building with 22 storeys of residential space and 3 storeys of commercial space. The project will also include 19 townhouses along Assiniboine Avenue.
Scope: 300,000 square feet; 25 storeys; 210 units
Development: New
source: dcn
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^^ 30 000 000 seems kind of cheap for a project of this scale.. I would have thought somewhere in the 50-60 million dollar range.. or am I wayyy off?
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Old Posted Aug 16, 2011, 12:44 AM
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A Winnipeg developer is building two seven storey condos and an eight storey hotel in Thunder Bay for 60 million (about 20 million per building) so I'm guessing that they're seriously low-balling the estimate on that building. A 22 storey building should cost about the same per floor. A bit less if you consider only one foundation has to be built (though it looks like the footprint of that building is about the same size as the three we're getting). I would say 50 to 60 million is a pretty good guess. 30 million is too low.
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yes, $100/s.f. is not realistic in today's market.

what you fail to realize though is that the budget is actually $29 990 000...the other $10 000 will go to purchasing a delorean so the developer can go back in time and construct the building in 1992.
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Where did DCN get $30 million from? Just a number to post for posting sake?

Question: What do you get if you lob off 10 stories and eliminate both the commercial and townhouse aspect?
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