Prairie has had several opportunities to design and construct residential projects. We started with the redevelopment of North Logan, an inner city community, where we developed a community plan and resettled dozens of residents in renewed homes. We then had a not-for profit phase up in the early 1990’s where we redeveloped a number of heritage structures into low-income housing projects, including McCormack’s Biscuit Factory into 26 suites, Atlas Brush Works into 34 suites, St. John’s United Church into 20 residential dwellings, and new housing at Central Park Co-op (45 units) and 400 Logan (18 units). More recently, we completed new urban mixed use condominium projects including Ship Street on Waterfront Drive, Place Jo on Provencher, and the new student residence at the University of Winnipeg as well as new projects on Stradbook Avenue, the new student residence at the Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, and Red River College’s new Culinary and Hospitality building that includes 9 floors of student residences in the tower.