Historic Sites of Manitoba: Clark Brothers Warehouse (448 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg)

This five-storey brick building on Hargrave Street in Winnipeg was designed by local architects John Woodman and Raymond M. Carey, and built in 1912 by John Gunn and Sons for the paper-distributing firm of Clark Brothers and Company. In the 1950s, the building was sold and it has had numerous businesses occupying space until 2005 when it was converted into residential condominiums. In December 2016, it became a municipally-designated historic building.

Clark Brothers Warehouse

Clark Brothers Warehouse (April 2020)
Source: Nathan Kramer

Clark Brothers Warehouse

Clark Brothers Warehouse (April 2020)
Source: Nathan Kramer

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.89769, W97.14546
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: John Woodman (1861-1944)

Memorable Manitobans: Raymond Marwood-Elton Carey (1883-1975)

Memorable Manitobans: John Gunn (1850-1936)

Memorable Manitobans: Douglas Alexander Clark (1872-1954)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Municipally Designated Historic Sites


Clark Brothers Warehouse, 448 Hargrave Street, City of Winnipeg Historical Buildings and Resources Committee, October 2015.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 30 April 2020

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