WINNIPEG – There is a chance the $400 million development known as True North Square could grow even more than originally planned.
True North Sports and Entertainment President Jim Ludlow provided an update to reporters on the project Friday afternoon following a speech at a Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce event.
“We have more interest in space than we have space,” Ludlow said about the four towers being erected at Hargrave and Graham.
Ludlow did say the initial blueprints for the project did come with some wiggle room for any additions.
“That’s a possibility, it get’s harder to do as you get further into construction,” said Ludlow. “At the right time, frankly which is now because it is a construction (project), we are thinking about some of that.”
No specifics were given about how the project would expand, but Ludlow says more announcements are expected in the coming months.
Among the tenants already announced include local law firm Thompson Dorfman Sweatman, Scotiabank, a flagship Manitoba Liquor Mart and Sutton Place Hotel.
Tower One, formally known as Scotiabank Tower should be open by July 2018.