|Address:||175 Hargrave Street|
|Other Work:||1976, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1992 Interior|
|Architects:||LM Architectural Group|
|Engineers:||Crosier Kilgour & Partner (Foundation and Superstructure), Klein & Dashevsky (Mechanical), and A.E. Bernstein & Associates (Electrical)|
|Contractors:||Kildare Construction Ltd.|
Developed by Lakeview Properties, 175 Hargrave Street – a seven storey office tower at the corner of Winnipeg's York Avenue – was first known and marketed as Phase One of a larger complex to be known as York Centre. This larger project, was intended to feature other towers, including a 15-storey building discussed in 1978 that was never built. Plans for York Centre echoed the neighbouring, large, multi-structure Lakeview Square development which had recently been completed and marketing materials for 175 Hargrave Street highlighted proximity to the earlier complex.
175 Hargrave Street features a largely glazed ground storey, with the upper floors clad in a grid of precast concrete panels housing deeply set square windows.
In the 1980s Winnipeg's Number Ten Architects had their offices located in the building.