Grant Park Pavilions is a 1,000,000+ square foot infill development, centrally located at an unbeatable location in the heart of South Winnipeg. Anchored by Walmart Supercentre and Scotiabank and featuring a new multi-family building, Taylor Lee Apartments, with a proposed 124 units. This mixed-use, amenity-rich development will provide a variety of options to live, shop, work and play, all in close proximity. Featuring retail, shops, dining and modern offices with a focus on connectivity to the surrounding vibrant communities. Eco-friendly, applying sustainable features and construction techniques.
Highly walkable! Situated in the heart of some of Winnipeg’s safest residential communities, featuring high quality multi-family and single-family homes. Adjacent to Fulton Grove, a new multi-family residential development (up to 10,000 new residents). Nearby are three new transit-oriented residential developments with over 1,000 multi-family and highrise residential units.
Getting here is easy! Extensive road network connects to all areas of the city. The Southwest Rapid Transitway is adjacent to the site and there are 14 transit routes and several active transportation paths in close proximity. The new $175-million Waverley Underpass is now open, easing traffic congestion for the 30,000+ vehicles that currently use the route. Frontage on Pembina Highway and Taylor Avenue, ample parking and wide stalls ensures that your business is easily found by your customers and they will always have a safe place to park.
Surrounded by numerous amenities from shopping to medical. Grant Park Pavilions is adjacent to Grant Park Festival, anchored by Sobeys. Several recreational and health facilities are nearby including New Bill & Helen Norrie Library (opening 2021), Pan Am Pool Complex, Pan Am Clinic, Winnipeg Soccer Complex, Taylor Tennis Club and Reh-Fit Centre.
For more information, please visit www.grantparkpavilions.com or view the Grant Park Pavilions Story Map, featuring detailed maps and information on Amenities, Access, Transportation and Demographics.