Historic Sites of Manitoba: Beliveau House / Dumoulin Apartments (700 Rue Saint-Jean Baptiste, Winnipeg)
This two-storey residence on Rue Saint-Jean Baptiste in Winnipeg was designed by architect Howard Colton Stone and built in 1906 for merchant Hormisdas Beliveau. His family resided here until 1928. Later occupants included J. B. LeClerc and Alfred Arthur De Cruyenaere. Around 1940, the building was partitioned into seven rental apartments and was known as Dumoulin Apartments. In 2021, it returned to its roots as a single family residence.
Memorable Manitobans: Hormisdas Beliveau (1860-1938)
“Beliveau in adaptive reuse: 700 St. Jean Baptiste,” Heritage Winnipeg, 25 March 2021.
This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 12 July 2021
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