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Old Posted Dec 16, 2021, 1:21 PM
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That Re-store has moved to 1565 Inkster a few years ago

There were plans year ago to put a second free standing building on the west side of the parking lot when the site was redeveloped, but that never happened so I wonder if that is finally going in. The current leasing brochure still shows that building in a drive thru configuration

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Maybe a coffee chain?
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Old Posted Dec 16, 2021, 10:50 PM
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Maybe a coffee chain?
The conceptual plans show some sort of QSR, so it could also be a chicken place.
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the conceptual plans show some sort of qsr, so it could also be a chicken place.
nice! Chicken!
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I heard that it’s a Quick Cash place that serves chicken & cannabis.
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I heard that it’s a Quick Cash place that serves chicken & cannabis.
Add in a dollar store and you have peak Winnipeg retail!
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Old Posted Dec 17, 2021, 3:30 AM
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Add in a dollar store and you have peak Winnipeg retail!
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Not relating to Private Pension Partners, but I have heard of two more high rise multi-family buildings to be announced in hopefully in Nov/Dec.

Sign of things to come...lets keep our fingers crossed.
Just wondering if there are any updates on this?
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2021, 3:08 PM
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2021, 3:10 PM
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Downtown er?
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2021, 3:52 PM
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I've often wondered what percentage of announced construction projects ever become completed in some form? It seems like some developers are fast to make announcements and produce a pretty picture of what "could" be built, then sit back and wait to see if anyone will pony up the cash for it. For someone looking in from outside the development "business", it often looks like an elaborate bait and switch at times.
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I don't think it's a bait and switch because that implies fraud... I suspect that what is really going on is that someone thinks they can make a project work based on their estimates of the revenues and expenses for a particular project. But when one or both sides of that equation falls short (either costs are too high or not enough uptake through leases/sales), then a project either gets reduced in scale or cancelled altogether.

Developers are always kicking the tires on potential projects, but in a relatively slow growing market like Winnipeg, not all of them are going to physically materialize.
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Does anyone have the updated renderings for 127 Bannatyne?
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The original looked way better, but anyway... I'll take it.
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2021, 7:10 PM
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The original looked way better, but anyway... I'll take it.
Yeah, looks like the kind of building that is going to be more about function (filling a gap in the block and bringing people into the area) than about form. The massing is pretty good, it's not like it's a single storey drive-thru restaurant, but the details don't look all that great... better than nothing, though.

I will say it looks decent at ground level, if you were walking by it as illustrated, it wouldn't be bad.
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Everyone dressed for a warm summer day and then the one guy in a toque and winter jacket just casually peaking through somebody's window with binoculars lol...
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That's a style. People wearing toques and warm clothes in July.
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Ground floor could use more love than just a flat strip of curtain wall.

Tower looks like the diamond shaped metal panel that 546 used on that apartment in St Norbert.

Great to see it moving along.
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Tallest Poppy going in there?

Main floor CRU's and parking IIRC.
Floor 2-4 Commercial.
Floor 5-10 Residential.
Floor 11 appears to be the event space?
Floor 12 mechanical with exterior patio area?

Are the screens on the parapet of the adjacent buildings new, to combat snow? I see one is in place now, with maybe one being proposed.

Also, take me back to this time...
https://www.google.ca/maps/@49.89740...7i13312!8i6656
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