This five-storey building on Broadway in Winnipeg was designed by the local architectural firm of Waisman Ross and Associates and constructed by Malcom Construction in two parts: the first three floors in 1960 and the remaining two in 1963. Occupied originally by International Business Machines, it was purchased in 1979 by the Manitoba government to house provincial courtrooms and administrative space.
Manitoba Business: Waisman Ross and Associates / Blankstein Coop Gillmor and Hanna / Number TEN Architectural Group
Manitoba Business: Malcom Construction
Memorable Manitobans: Judges of Manitoba
“Broadway due for new buildings,” Winnipeg Tribune, 20 February 1960, page 37.
This page was prepared by George Penner.
Page revised: 6 January 2023
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