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Old Posted Jun 12, 2010, 10:17 PM
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Maybe 400k at most...Edmonton is still under 1.2 million, and we are 750k...regardless; anyone who would compare Winnipeg to Regina is a moron.
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Then that would be 400K. Either way, that's still 1.5 times our size, quite a difference.
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The difference in metro is closer to 500K.
Regardless, we should be looking at Edmonton and Calgary for comparisons. They are closer than Quebec City and Hamilton, and have a much more direct impact on how we grow and evolve. Keeping up with them is more critical for the survival of Winnipeg as one of Canada's main city, rather than Hamilton and Quebec City.

Anyways, let's keep this thread on track, please.
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Can anyone take a picture of the actual site?? Would be nice to compare once the building is finished
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got some buried in my archives

plus google street view
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^^^ Darn, I just walked past the site today, but didn't brother to take a picture thinking that nobody would really want to see the site now. (plus i was too lazy to take my camera out until i was at the cmhr)
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Any updates on this sucker?


I'll go take a picture if I'm by there and post it up
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Can anyone take a picture of the actual site?? Would be nice to compare once the building is finished
you got that right, any pictures boys?
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in my archives yes also go on google street view

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thanks alot
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in my archives yes also go on google street view
Can you please post some of your pics of this here? It would be appropriate for the thread.
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Old Posted Dec 1, 2010, 5:16 PM
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they should start construction on this thing already. Come on lets do it in 50 feet of snow!

Yeah, pointless bump
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When is construction set to begin? This upcoming spring?
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When is construction set to begin? This upcoming spring?
"His company hopes to take possession by the end of the year, complete a detailed design in 2011 and get shovels in the ground in late 2011. Construction on the tower will take two years, Spletzer said."

Apparently it will also open in 2014...Anyways that's the aim lol.

You know how construction can be...but residential towers always seem to go easy.

I hope by 2014 we have some more towers being built. Would be nice to have one every year or two going through so that whole "19 towers in 25 years" article from the Free Press comes true
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From Harold Funk's website..

http://funkarchitect.com/design

New renderings of Heritage Landing (Concept)

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[quote=Only The Lonely..;5092659]From Harold Funk's website..

http://funkarchitect.com/design

New renderings of Heritage Landing (Concept)


Nice. I really like the lofts. Thanks god it does not look like the original yellow render.
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I assume the render just gives it that washed-out look. Either way, I'm far less critical of residential structures downtown then I am anything else. We just need them, and have no time to be too choosy.
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I assume the render just gives it that washed-out look. Either way, I'm far less critical of residential structures downtown then I am anything else. We just need them, and have no time to be too choosy.
But that is how we end up with the likes of Fort Garry Place But I hear what you are saying Boreal this couldn't come soon enough.
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Old Posted Dec 15, 2010, 12:46 AM
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These units are going to go fast.
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finally townhouses as the podium of the tower, i love it.
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