Historic Sites of Manitoba: Cycel Court (193-197 Furby Street, Winnipeg)

This three-storey brick and stone block on Furby Street in Winnipeg was designed by local architects Samuel Hooper and John Simpson Hooper, and constructed in 1911 by John McQuarrie for owner Mrs. C. Gerrie (probably wife of Charles A. Gerrie) at a cost of about $75,000. The 81 foot by 112 foot building contained 21 residential apartments in its original configuration, but now contains 23.

Cycel Court

Cycel Court (February 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.88445, W97.15762
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Samuel Hooper (1851-1911)

Memorable Manitobans: John Simpson Hooper (1875-1940)

Memorable Manitobans: John McQuarrie (1849-1929)

Memorable Manitobans: Charles A. Gerrie (1869-1950)


City of Winnipeg Building Permit 2136/1911, City of Winnipeg Archives.

Cycel Court, 193 Furby Street by Murray Peterson, Peterson Projects, February 2009.

Find a Postal Code, Canada Post.

Preparation of this page was supported, in part, by the Gail Parvin Hammerquist Fund of the City of Winnipeg.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer, Gordon Goldsborough, and George Penner.

Page revised: 26 January 2022

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