Structure corporations design facelifts for downtown Saskatoon buildings

A trio of architectural firms have released renders of potential facelifts for some buildings in downtown Saskatoon.

The downtown Business Improvement District has the drawings on its website.

The current facade at 325 20th St. E. (Stantec)

The idea was to show what is possible in the existing building and also to draw attention to the city’s facade subsidies.

The funding program is available to property owners and companies in the city center to improve the overall character of the street.

The current facade at 250 Second Avenue N. (Koopman Architecture)A Koopman Architecture rendering of a facade for 250 Second Avenue N. (Koopman Architecture)

The companies Koopman Architecture, KSA Group Architecture and Stantec created the six design renderings for six downtown properties.

They can be viewed at

The current facade at 129 21st St. E. (KSA Group)A facade plaster from KSA Group for 129 21st St. E. (KSA Group) The current facade 130 21st St. E. (Stantec)A Stantec design that reproduces the facade of 130 21st St. E. (Stantec) The current building at 145 First Ave. N. (Koopman Architecture)A Koopman Architecture rendering of 145 First Ave. N. (Koopman Architecture) The current First Avenue Parkade (Koopman Architecture)A Koopman Architecture rendering of First Avenue Parkade (Koopman Architecture)

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