Manitoba Announces $812M for Health-Care Facilities

A record $812 million in funding by the Manitoba government will expand and renovate health-care facilities in the province. Brandon will see the expansion and renovation of clinical spaces within the health centre...full story

Shindico launches second major apartment complex on Taylor

The complex features all concrete buildings and is located within walking distance of major shopping centers, including Walmart, Sobeys, and...full story

Former Winnipeg theatre turned bowling alley strikes a new pose as apartment dwelling

In 1931, the eye-popping Uptown Theatre opened on a commercial street in River Heights, a leafy residential neighbourhood of Winnipeg. And after years of striking a pose as a bowling alley, today it is revamped as a mixed-use apartment building...full story

Retail landlords and tenants adapting to trends that have become new normal

It’s been approximately a year and a half since the world as we know it was turned upside down. The effects on businesses and the commercial real estate industry have been rapidly changing, with landlords and tenants adapting to a new normal and finding ways to differentiate themselves from competitors...full story

Save-On-Foods opens on Pembina

same day as another at Kildonan Place on Regent Avenue. Save-On-Foods opened its first three stores in Winnipeg in November 2016, bringing the total to five...full story

5 Questions on Commercial Real Estate Developing & Investing with Sandy Shindleman

In this week's episode of 5 Questions With Industry Experts Chad Griffiths was joined by Sandy Shindleman, President and CEO of Shindico.  Sandy and Chad chatted about a number of fascinating topics relating to developing & investing, including a construction costs, inflation, interest rates and last mile video

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