Each and every morning, I begin my day with a breathtaking walk through the Exchange District.
Originally built in 1913, here we see the remnants of the St. Charles Hotel in front of my apartment. It has been declared a heritage site and work is being done to the building in order to gut out the ceilings and floors to reveal its foundations. Ken Zaifman was planning earlier this year to make a six to nine storey addition to what already exists of the building.
For more information on the facelift project, check it out here.
An old factory building.
A shot looking towards Main St.
The nationally recognized Winnipeg Free Press Cafe. Their sandwiches and brownies are scrumptious.
One of the various poster fixtures, riddled with events for local talent.
Poster for Dead Air art exhibit.
An architectural masterpiece, best known as Red River College. The $35 million that was spent on the redevelopment of this campus helped restored some of the District's oldest properties, dating as far back as 1882. It merged six different buildings into one eclectic piece of work.
Winter morning walks suddenly don't seem so bad.