Winnipeg Business-Districts - Neighborhoods
Winnipeg's Premiere, unique and eclectic shopping and dining district.
The Downtown Transcona Biz was officially created on December 20, 1995. Today, the Biz has transitioned and is known as The Transcona Business Improvement Zone.
Winnipeg's newest neighbourhood village is St. James Village. Located along Portage Avenue west ofPolo Park,there'sshopping, dining, and sightseeing galore in sunny St. James. Plus, the St. James Village boats 24-foot-high European-style galvanized steel trees along the sidewalks - a first in Canada.
Discover today's opportunities amid the atmosphere of yesterday in Winnipeg's thriving Exchange District. Located just north of Canada's celebrated corner Portage and Main, the area has been preserved and nurtured as one of North America's most colourful and cosmopolitan neighbourhoods.
Corydon Avenue....Manitoba's largest outdoor shopping centre.
Our members are all businesses that are located within the geographic confines of the BIZ boundaries. In addition, all non-profit organizations, social service agencies, associations and organizations, schools, churches, religious organizations, community clubs, neighbourhood community groups and other special interest groups are considered honourary members.
The Downtown Winnipeg Business Improvement Zone (BIZ) was officially established at its first Management Board meeting on August 22, 1989. It's the oldest of the 16 business improvement zones which now exist in Winnipeg.
Our group represents approximately 160 business owners/members in the Old St. Vital Area. The Zone area runs from Carriere Avenue down St. Mary’s Road to Hull Avenue, from Hull Avenue to St. Anne’s Road, down Niakwa Road and follows the Seine River back to Carriere Avenue.
To build community economic vitality by Attracting & retaining profitable business & customers, Inviting community participation & involvement, Advocating support & assistance in addressing local issues, Championing & initiating community improvement