This project transforms a long-vacant, landmark heritage building into a mixed use educational facility that will increase educational spaces, housing units, and local amenities in the Downtown area. Image: City of Winnipeg Planning, Property and Development Department.

Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College


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Vision

Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College - north elevation. Image subject to change. Courtesy of Red River College and Prairie Architects.Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College - south elevation. Image subject to change. Courtesy of Red River College and Prairie Architects.Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College - west elevation. Image subject to change. Courtesy of Red River College and Prairie Architects.



Progress

Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College, view from northwest. Image: City of Winnipeg Planning, Property and Development Department. Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College, view from northeast. Image: City of Winnipeg Planning, Property and Development Department. Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College, view from east. Image: City of Winnipeg Planning, Property and Development Department.

 



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The Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College - context. Image: City of Winnipeg Planning, Property and Development Department.Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College - zoning. C = Character (Downtown Zoning By-Law 100/2004). Allows for a compatible, fine-grained mix of uses and requires urban design review. Image: City of Winnipeg Planning, Property and Development Department.



Historic

Union Bank Tower (left), 1910s. Image courtesy of Manitoba Archives.Union Bank Tower (left), 1910s. Image courtesy of Manitoba Archives.Union Bank tower (right), 1910s. Image courtesy of Manitoba Archives.



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