uncompromised living.

139 Tuxedo

Welcome to 139 Tuxedo

Refined, luminous, modern – yet neoclassical – and nestled in a densely treed area, 139 Tuxedo offers uncompromised luxury living. Empty nesters, young professionals, and those looking to downsize or upsize: this is the place for you. It’s the first new condo development in Old Tuxedo in 20 years! Think oversized windows, locally sourced Tyndall Stone, the finest standard of finishes, secure heated indoor parking, proximity to the Assiniboine River and nature pathways…

Prominently featured on Tuxedo Avenue, the building’s façade will have a pedestrian walk-up entrance flanked with four-storey grand stone columns. 139 Tuxedo will feature floor to ceiling windows in all corner units, 2 elevators and private terraces on the 2nd floor.

Penthouse suite residents will be able to kick back and enjoy a room-to-room built-in audio system… State-of-the-art sound quality right in the comfort of your home!

You’ll be able to rest assured, knowing that your investment will be secured by the concrete and steel construction of the building. The landscaping will integrate surrounding old growth greenery with new planting, through preserving the existing trees along Tuxedo and accentuating the pedestrian entrance with additional planting. Stone planters will also be scattered throughout the grounds to highlight entrances.

139 Tuxedo is a forward-thinking development and is proud to offer power availability for electric vehicles in parking areas.

139 Tuxedo

History

At 139 Tuxedo, the land is steeped in history. The grounds originally housed the Manitoba Agricultural College, in 1906; then the Manitoba School for the Deaf, in 1914; a military convalescent hospital for wounded soldiers returning from Europe, in 1917; and Fort Osborne Barracks, in 1919; until they were reacquired by the province of Manitoba, in 1968.

In 1997, the site was redeveloped as the Asper Jewish Community Campus (AJCC) of Winnipeg, thus returning to its original educational vocation. After 11 years of planning and development, the Campus opened as a 250,000-square foot multipurpose educational, cultural, recreational and social complex. As a tribute to the thousands of Jewish immigrants who came to settle in Manitoba in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the AJCC houses the Gray Academy of Jewish Education; Jewish Heritage Centre (including the Jewish Museum of Western Canada); Kaufman Silverberg Library; Berney Theatre; various social services, foundations and federations; in addition to the sports and community facilities offered at the Rady Centre.