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Transcona on track to big leagues PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Coun.
Russ Wyatt stands among new homes at the corner of Kildonan Meadows Drive and Tychonick Drive. It's all part of the community's rebirth. Gravel roads are being paved, streets are being widened and extended, and new water, sewer and electrical lines are being installed. Perhaps as a symbol of the area's rebirth, the downtown is also getting a new $3 million town square, with ornamental street lights, a performance park, a clock tower and a peace fountain. All of these infrastructure improvements are paving the way for a rash of new residential developments "thousands and thousands of new homes," as area city Coun. Russ Wyatt puts it. That, in turn, is attracting new retailers keen on servicing the growing population. The latest example is a plan for a 35,210 square foot Sobeys grocery store that will anchor a new 3.2 hectare commercial development at Kildonan Green Drive and Plessis Road. "We're the city's best kept secret," Wyatt said in an interview Monday. "There is a lot of activity and a lot of growth happening." Wyatt said while Transcona still has plenty of affordable homes, some of the new houses being built rival developments in southwest Winnipeg. "Some of the prices I'm seeing I thought I would never see," he said, citing $800,000 plus homes under construction in the Waterside Estates housing development off Dugald Road. "At one time, it seemed that every third house was owned by someone who worked for CN Rail. But it's not like that anymore. It's still a blue collar community, but it's also got a lot more white collar workers, too." Wyatt attributed Transcona's transformation to a variety of factors, including the availability of large chunks of undeveloped land and street and infrastructure improvements that paved the way for the development of that land. Examples he cited were the widening of Plessis Road, which enabled the 500 unit, Kildonan Green housing subdivision to proceed and the pending eastward extension of Concordia Avenue East, which will allow for the next phase of the Harbour View South subdivision, which will add another 400 or so new homes. Also in the works are plans for 1,300 single family homes and 200 multi family units in a new Genstar Development Company/City of Winnipeg housing subdivision on a 142 hectare site north of the Costco store on Regent Avenue. On the commercial development side, the last couple of years has seen the vacant 345,000 square foot DeFehr Furniture plant on Pandora Avenue East turned into the new corporate headquarters and national distribution centre for Cabela's Canada. Area businesses like Burnbrae Farms and Hitek Print Management are also expanding their area plants, according to Wendy Galagan, of the Transcona Business Improvement Zone. Last year also saw a number of new discount pandora bracelets business arrivals, including Snowbird Medi Quote Inc., Dulux Paints, Zaharia Chiropractic and BIL Security. And next week, L'Arche Tova Caf will be opening, Galagan said. City of Winnipeg planner Mike Pyl said Transcona used to seem far removed from the rest of Winnipeg, separated by cost of a pandora bracelet those large chunks of undeveloped land. "Now the opportunity is presenting itself to fill in those gaps between the rest of Winnipeg and Transcona," Pyl said. "We're seeing lots of residential growth. and now the commercial development is sort of catching up to the residential development." He said the city's long term plans also include other major infrastructure projects for where can i buy a pandora bracelet the area, such as the extension of the Chief Peguis Trail eastward to connect with Gunn Road and the Perimeter Highway. The Kildonan Green shopping centre where the new Sobeys store is slated to be built also pandora bracelet for sale has room for about nine other retailers, according to a spokesman for the developer Calgary based Hopewell Development. Richard Glubish, the company's director of retail leasing, said some of the other proposed tenants included a drug store, a convenience store/gas bar, a financial institution and a restaurant/coffee shop.
The Sobeys project still requires city hall approval and is scheduled to come before the Board of Adjustment on Wednesday. Glubish said the hope is construction can begin this fall and be completed by early to mid 2013. The rest of the shopping centre will hopefully be completed by the fall of next year.
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