Parc Okolita Park was designed to be a masterpiece of urban living and a striking residential community.
Capturing the art of the possible, the unmistakable contemporary feel of Parc Okolita Park brings a new perspective to Winnipeg condominium developments – one that’s refreshingly different and individual.
Take pride in responsible living at Parc Okolita Park. The development will be a hallmark of sustainable design with the use of intelligent low impact materials, energy efficient appliances, and maximized natural light.
Great attention was paid to maximizing greenspace and incorporating a wildlife corridor, trees, shrubs and thoughtful landscaping to create an environment that embraces nature as a tenant of desirable urban living.
Alternative transportation options and outdoor recreational opportunities are found in abundance to reduce your carbon footprint. Walk, bike or utilize modern transit – every convenience is easily accessible.
Today’s Parc Okolita Park constitutes a greenspace that originated in 1936, when the Okolita family moved to the area. The family created three farms that were popular as neighbourhood market gardens until the 1970s, when the Okolitas began selling their land.
Following petitioning to the City from the neighbours, the name “Parc Okolita Park” was officially established in 1991, designating part of the land behind Dakota Community Centre as a City of Winnipeg park.
Parc Okolita Park condo complex promises to carry on the greenspace legacy of this park, through constructing housing that both reflects the land’s environmental importance and conserves its natural forested areas.
Located in the heart of residential St. Vital, Parc Okolita Park offers close proximity to numerous parks and several one-of-a-kind businesses that Winnipeggers flock to from all ends of the city. Wine lovers will certainly benefit from Banville & Jones, offering rare specialty wines and a certified sommelier program. Neighbouring Gimli Fish with its superb consistent selection of fresh fish, will make your dinner parties unforgettable.
The convenient location on St. Mary’s Road, a direct route to downtown, will make going to a Jets game and frequenting the Centennial Concert Hall that much easier. Planning a summer escape to cottage country or heading to a Bomber game at the new stadium? Bishop Grandin Boulevard will speed up the drive.
Beautiful Dakota Park is practically in your backyard and Dakota Community Centre is a stone’s throw away. All this is coupled with a community history and authenticity that cannot be matched.