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THE ESSENCE OF COMMUNITY

North of the Forks and south of Red River lies a community centuries in the making. North St. Boniface is an established Winnipeg neighbourhood steeped in history. Iconized by storied sites like Fort Gibraltor, Whitter Park, Lagimodiere – Gaboury Park, North St. Boniface has grown from a strategic trading post to an industrial zone to a resilient up and coming resident neighbourhood perfect for all ages and backgrounds. With abundant parks, waterfront walkways, schools, unique shops and Franco-Manitoban cultural amenities North St. Boniface has it all, including a quick jaunt across the Esplande Riel into Winnipeg’s downtown.

The area surrounding the site has experienced a dramatic, local, transformation over the past few years, with the addition of new multifamily and single detached infill homes establishing a new and evolving character. This proposal continues this pattern of high quality , organic infill and densification, supported by people who see the area as a desirable place to live work and play. The 825 Tache proposal is not intended to appeal to just one segment of the housing market, rather a diversity of condominium homes will be offered, many of which are smaller in size to achieve affordable or mid-range prices and attract households of various incomes and ages.

The site and surrounding community

Legend

  1. Fort Gibraltar
  2. Whittier Park
  3. Lagimodière-Gaboury Park
  4. Ecole Taché
  5. Seine River Parkway
  6. Franco-Manitoban Cultural Centre
  7. Marion School
  8. Provencher Park
  9. Collège Louis-Riel
  10. La Maison Des Artistes
  11. St. Boniface Library
  12. Parc Joseph Royal
  13. Canadian Museum for Human Rights
  14. Shaw Park
  15. Stephen Juba Park
  16. Centennial Concert Hall
  17. Manitoba Museum and Planetarium
  18. Fort Douglas Park
  19. Ice Climbing Tower

YELLOW = retail and commercial
PURPLE = cultural
ORANGE = institutions (schools, libraries etc)
GREEN = park space