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1912 – Lindsay Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Architect: Woodman & Carey

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Located at the intersection of three major thoroughfares in downtown Winnipeg, the Lindsay Building is one of a handful of terracotta office towers erected during the city’s pre-World War I development boom. Featuring a steel frame with reinforced concrete slab construction, and a cream coloured terra cotta finish; the building was constructed at a cost of $193,000.00. After conversion to apartments, the main external alteration to the building was the replacement of main-floor windows and the closing off of some entrances.

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