October 18, 2017

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Downtown Commons: the sequel

University of Winnipeg spearheads new mixed-income residential project

BORIS MINKEVICH / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Nick Bockstael (from left), Sherman Kreiner, George Cibinel and Tim Williams at the corner of St. Mary Avenue and Good Street, where they’re involved in a plan to build a followup to the nearby Downtown Common complex.</p>

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Nick Bockstael (from left), Sherman Kreiner, George Cibinel and Tim Williams at the corner of St. Mary Avenue and Good Street, where they’re involved in a plan to build a followup to the nearby Downtown Common complex.

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