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Old Posted Aug 27, 2018, 2:07 PM
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The underside of those balcony slabs dont look too bad from a distance.
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Old Posted Aug 27, 2018, 2:19 PM
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The underside of those balcony slabs dont look too bad from a distance.
Good from far, but far from good..?
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Old Posted Aug 27, 2018, 5:26 PM
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I've been waiting for someone to take that shot...
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They poured some concrete yesterday and today they were working but the road was closed due to a crane working on the building across the street. It is 20 stories tall and they were replacing the balconies.

A woman working on D Condo was having a break and she told me it's nice inside D Condo and they are installing marble. The first resident is moving in next week I think she said.
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Any updates?
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Old Posted Oct 24, 2018, 2:23 AM
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Went by yesterday and from the outside it looks pretty much complete except for landscaping. Podium done, signage up. Not sure inside, but it looks ready to go from the street!
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Old Posted Oct 24, 2018, 3:05 AM
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Old Posted Oct 25, 2018, 12:26 AM
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Has anybody moved in yet? Nov 1 maybe? Is there an open house?

I would like the hear more about this project,, but the thread is rather quiet except when things were in peril. It's almost done,, interior shots?



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Nobody knows anything,, nobody has been inside? Nobody moved in? This is my favourite new building. Its not perfect, but it checks the most boxes.

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Old Posted Nov 15, 2018, 8:38 PM
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Congratulations to 390 On the River Condominiums in achieving the first phase of occupancy!
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Old Posted Nov 26, 2018, 6:09 PM
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River condos feature fabulous finishes
High-end project from top to bottom
By: Todd LewysÂ
Posted/Updated: November 24

About seven years ago, a condominium project at 390 Assiniboine Ave. named D Condos seemed destined to become an Osborne Village landmark.

Blessed with a great location that would afford amazing river and city views, the development looked to be a surefire success. However, the project ultimately stalled, leaving the shell of an uncompleted building on the site.

Eventually, the project was resurrected, with Bockstael Construction painstakingly finishing the structure.

Today, a modern, 24-storey concrete-and-steel building sits proudly on the site — the project now known as 390 on the River Condominiums.

And what a project it is, says Michael Dubienski of Re/Max Professionals, who’s marketing the 91-suite development with his partner at Re/Max, Viktoria Fazekas.

"Being right on the Assiniboine River, nothing in the city compares to it with its location and views," he says. "It may have taken a while to complete the building, but it was worth the wait — Bockstael Construction did a beautiful job on it. The fit and finish throughout is top-of-the-line. You can feel the quality in everything you see and touch."

That quality is front and centre the moment you set foot in 390 on the River’s foyer.

Not only is it expansive, but a textured tile floor — as well as walls lined with azure blue tile — welcome you inside in style. At the same time, huge windows surrounding its front entrance let in tons of natural light.

All suites — from the 683-sq.-ft. one-bedroom units to the 1,783-sq.-ft., three-bedroom penthouse units — share two highly desirable design features, Fazekas says.

"The first thing you notice are the wide-open great rooms. Not only are they modern and livable, but they’re bright. You’re literally surrounded by glass — there’s in-floor heat around suite perimeters to ensure that no frost infiltration occurs to obscure views, so natural light just pours in."

Then, there are the views, Fazekas says.

"No matter which suite you’re in, you have a great view of the city, the river or both. This display suite overlooks both the river and the city, and you can see the Golden Boy at the top of the legislative building through a big window on the kitchen’s side wall. The river view from the balcony is absolutely amazing. Each unit comes with a balcony or terrace."

At 1,462 sq. ft., the three-bedroom display suite is an expansive abode. An efficient floor plan translates into a huge laundry room off the foyer, three oversized bedrooms — and an open-concept great room that’s perfect for entertaining.

A ribbon fireplace set in a tiled dividing wall with aisleways on either side deftly separates the living room/dining room area from an island kitchen that’s defined by a nine-foot by three-foot island with eating nook for two to four.

Meanwhile, finishes are modern yet warm.

Off-white walls are offset beautifully by light taupe engineered oak hardwoods that add warmth, yet retain the great room’s modern aura. Glossy white kitchen cabinets are then complemented beautifully by taupe quartz countertops — and a matching backsplash.

The main living area is finished off by a good-sized den set next to a well-appointed four-piece bath. A hallway off the kitchen then leads to a bedroom wing that contains a secondary bedroom with a city view — and appropriately luxurious master suite.

"A large window on its rear wall affords another amazing city view, while the three-piece ensuite features a glass/tile shower, tile floor, glossy grey vanity with dual sinks and dual mirrors with cool built-in LED sidelights," Fazekas says. "There’s also a big walk-in closet, as well."

Dubienski adds that the building — private tours can now be booked to view the display suite — isn’t lacking in amenities, either.

"They include two elevators, underground heated parking with a car wash, sixth-floor indoor parking with a view, a gym, beautiful multi-purpose room and guest suite for visitors. Extra parking is available, and residents even have access to an exclusive staircase that leads to the river walk. This is an incredible project from start to finish with its quality, location and views."

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THE DETAILS
Builder: Bockstael Construction

Address: 390 Assiniboine Ave., Osborne Village

Project: 390 on the River Condominiums

Style: Apartment-style units

Size: 683 sq. ft. to 1,783 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: one, two and three

Bathrooms: one to two

Price: From $383,000
https://homes.winnipegfreepress.com/...XzgslQZ_cp3bkA







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Old Posted Nov 26, 2018, 9:13 PM
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Any word on official height?
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Old Posted Nov 28, 2018, 8:20 PM
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That's an incredible amount of windows in the living areas. Well done.
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Old Posted Nov 28, 2018, 10:37 PM
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Awkward fire place location but I'm a fan of this.

Probably to run piping/electrical through.
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Old Posted Nov 28, 2018, 10:43 PM
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the amount of natural light into that kitchen is unbelievable
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Old Posted Dec 17, 2018, 9:18 PM
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Here's a few photos from the 18th floor looking N, E, and S.

1 of 91 units is currently occupied.







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Old Posted Dec 17, 2018, 9:24 PM
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You sure that second one isn't downtown Toronto......ba dum chaaaaa!
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Old Posted Dec 17, 2018, 9:26 PM
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1 of 91 units is currently occupied.
That's a surprise, the building looks pretty lit up at night. At least enough to make it look like more than one unit is occupied.

Nice pics.
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Old Posted Dec 17, 2018, 9:35 PM
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That's a surprise, the building looks pretty lit up at night. At least enough to make it look like more than one unit is occupied.

Nice pics.
Ya I was surprised too. That info is a week old; maybe others have moved in since.
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