Monthly Archives: April 2011
The landing of a long-term office tenant for the once-derelict Avenue Building is expected to bring an average of 400 more people a day to one of the most uninhabited stretches of downtown Portage Avenue.
11 children with disabilities received sledge hockey equipment this year, thanks to a $7,800.00 donation from the Winnipeg Real Estate News (WREN) and the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ.
The wraps will soon be coming off a key element in the $27-million makeover of one of the city’s premier heritage buildings — Main Street’s 106-year-old Union Bank Tower.
Parking structures a means to a greater end Winnipeg Free Press By: Stefano Grande April 18, 2011 Judging by the editorials and news stories regarding the City of Winnipeg investing in building more parkades, you would think the fortune of …
The city and province have pledged to double the size of a downtown housing program aimed at bringing an additional 1,300 residents to Winnipeg’s core.
An $11-million hotel development might be completed along Waterfront Drive by late 2012.
23 RESTAURANTS ROLL OUT LUNCH DEALS FOR NEW DOWNTOWN EVENT IN APRIL