Located at 167 Lombard Avenue, The Grain Exchange Building is a historic landmark in the City of Winnipeg and is classified as a Grade II Heritage Building. This ten-storey office building has 250,000 square feet of leasable space and was originally constructed in 1906. It was extensively renovated in 2001, with additional floors being renovated from 2007 through 2015. The property is located in the Exchange/Waterfront district, which is undergoing significant redevelopment, and is connected to the underground concourse system that links the major offices, shops, restaurants, and amenities of downtown Winnipeg. With all major bus routes and the Trans Canada Trail within 250 metres of its front door, The Grain Exchange Building is easily accessible from anywhere within Winnipeg and the surrounding area.


GLA 250,000
Asset Class Office
Site Area 2.65 acres
Number of Parking Stalls 269
Class Heritage Class C
Floors 10
Year Constructed 1906
Floorplate 25,000 square feet
Elevator(s) 8 passenger & 1 freight

Key Tenants:

Public Works and Government Services, Bell Canada, GHY International, Canola Council of Canada, ADM Toepfer, Insurance Council of Manitoba, SGS Canada

Major Arteries & Access:

Lombard Avenue, Rorie Street, and Main Street; All major bus routes stop within 250 metres of the entrance


Connected to the underground concourse system that links major offices, shops, restaurants and amenities of downtown Winnipeg


With its own adjacent parkade managed by Vinci Parking, the Grain Exchange provides excellent access to downtown parking for its tenants. Monthly rates are available at the following options:

Random Anytime Parking – $255.00 plus GST
Reserved 6:00am-6:00pm – $285.00 plus GST
Reserved Anytime Parking – $295.00 plus GST
Reserved Anytime Heated – $315.00 plus GST


The Grain Exchange has many office spaces available for lease, ranging in size from 200 square feet all the way up to 9,000 square feet. Unit plans and conditions vary, and the opportunities to create a custom office layout for a potential tenant are endless.