July 31, 2015


By Murray McNeill

Business

Turning back the hands of time

Century-old warehouse slowly filling

From right, Joe Diner, Vici Marentette and Barbara Lapointe on one of the floors being renovated at 111 Lombard Avenue — a heritage building being converted into an energy efficient office complex.

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

From right, Joe Diner, Vici Marentette and Barbara Lapointe on one of the floors being renovated at 111 Lombard Avenue — a heritage building being converted into an energy efficient office complex. Photo Store

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