This building, erected in the mid-1980s, was marketed as "Winnipeg Newest & Most Luxurious Hi-Rise Apartment." Designed by Cooper Rankin Architects, the structure was built to be multifunctional. It originally included an on-site "Fit Stop" gym as well as ground level retail, all enclosed within a five storey podium section. This lower block of the building is crowned with a rooftop "Plaza Garden" complete with jogging paths. This level surmounts three storeys of covered parking, and serves as a base to the residential tower above. This tower, octagonal in plan and featuring many balconies, is clad in brown brick; it contrasts with the muscularly formed base comprised of poured-in-place concrete left bare, as well plate glass on the retail levels.