Business Projects

North End Business Community Identity, Vision & Strategic Plan

The work has been completed on this study through 2013 and early 2014. The final report along with recommendations can be found here.

Due to the size of the report and images therein, the study has been broken into 6 parts to allow the uploading to this site

PROJECT ReNew Part 1 .PROJECT ReNew Part 2 PROJECT ReNew Part 3 PROJECT ReNew Part 4  PROJECT ReNew Part 5 Project RENew Part 6  

Should you have any questions want to review the report in its printed form or to understand how you can participate in our renewal process contact

 Richard Halliday, Business Development Manager at the NEBDC. richard@necrc.org or 204-927-2344

 

Merchants Corner

The North End Community Renewal Corporation lead the steering committee that worked with the Government of Manitoba to acquire and close the former Merchants’ Hotel at the corner of Selkirk Avenue and Andrews Street. This former hotel had long been a source of activity that did not contribute positively to Selkirk Avenue or the North End community in general.

This community lead initiative will see the redevelopment of the former hotel into residentail apartments on the upper floors with a forecaasted mix of commercial and educational tenants on the main floor. The original project pursued the full redevelopment of the available land into a 50,000 sq ft complex. Current realities and leasable limitations will see the expected project developed in two phases. Phase 1 will see the redevelopment of the original building into leasable apartments on the 2nd and 3rd floors with post-secondary education facilities on the main floor. This phase will also see the development of a new 17-20 unit apartment complex on the existing rear parking lot. Phase 2 would have the adjoining lots facing Selkirk Avenue be developed into commercial space on the street level with additional apartment units on the upper floors.

This project will be a major catalyst that will anchor the renewal of the nearby community and further support the educational hub that currently exists on Selkirk Avenue and new commercial enterprises such as the Neechi Commons market on Main Street. Should you have interest in this project and would like further information on leasing opportunities, contact the North End Business Development Centre.

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