At the heart of Winnipeg’s commercial vitality
Marking the harmonious alliance between period charm and contemporary trends, St. Vital stands out as one of Winnipeg’s most dynamic communities, thriving in its development. In the north, the Old St. Vital neighborhood originated in 1822, rising as the first commercial meeting point for travelers on the St. Paul Road heading towards the Red River Colony. Currently, Old St. Vital encompasses the junction of St. Mary’s and St. Anne’s roads, forming a picturesque historic district where numerous shops, restaurants, and service providers’ flourish. The streets and facades of many businesses are adorned with charming flower boxes, adding a floral touch to the whole area.
Further south, the St. Vital Centre emerges as one of Winnipeg’s most popular shopping centers. Nestled between small shopping alleys and a plethora of specialty stores, it positions itself as the commercial hub for both residents and those living in the southern part of the capital. This community has experienced notable growth in residential densification, creating numerous business opportunities and fostering a diverse local offering of services.