Built in 1905, this historic heritage building was once home to The Boyce Carriage Company - a key business in the Winnipeg manufacturing industry. What once housed blacksmiths, manufacturing floors and showrooms, has now been converted into 94 stylish and modern lofts in the heart of Winnipeg’s most exciting area - The Northern Exchange District.
The Exchange District, a National Historic Site, features North America’s largest and best preserved collection of heritage buildings which include beautiful and massive stone and brick warehouses, elegant terracotta-clad buildings, narrow angled streets and cobblestone paths.
Old Market Square is a beautiful urban green space in the heart of the Exchange and is home to the city’s most popular summer festivals including Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival and the TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival.
Everything is so close when you’re in the Exchange District so make it your source for year-round entertainment with the Centennial Concert Hall, The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, The Manitoba Museum and the Pantages Playhouse Theatre. Winnipeg’s film industry is also thriving in the District with the iconic Artspace building and Cinematheque.
Just steps away from the Red River College Exchange District Campus. Red River College is Manitoba’s largest institute of applied learning and the province’s only polytechnic, the college offers more than 200 full- and part-time degree, diploma and certificate programs.
Gated outdoor parking and heated underground parking