The McMillan Luxury Condos feature 1200-1500+ sq.ft of space, 9 to 10 ft high ceilings, and include gorgeous customizable features to create the perfect home of your dreams.

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Purchasers will receive three hours of personalized service with our interior design team included in the purchase price.

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There are two doctor’s offices right behind The McMillan, as well as a pharmacy nearby.

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Protect your vehicle – and yourself - from Winnipeg weather with The McMillan's indoor heated parking.

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Oversized tri-pane windows, giant private balconies with natural gas connections for barbecues help make the most of the fresh outdoor air, and outdoor views.

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Purchasers can choose from a variety of pre-selected options or they can elect to fully customize their suites with the help of The McMillan’s professional interior design team.

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"“Mr. Enderton’s conception of Crescentwood was that of a beautiful place for homes to be happily lived in by nice people..." The story of the neighbourhood soon to be home to The McMillan continues. #CraftedInCrescentwood

Just three years after the Crescentwood auction sale of 133 lots, on June 25, 1920, Charles Henry “C.H.” Enderton, the founder of the subdivision, died while driving his car ...

" ...Years ago Crescentwood was nothing more than a field of brush, but today it ranks equally with Portage avenue in its respective class, and it is probably true that just so long as Portage avenue remains the main artery of the city, so long will Crescentwood remain the choicest residential district.”
Part 3 in Crescentwood history by Bruce Cherney: #CraftedInCrescentwood

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Part 2 in the Winnipeg Real Estate News series on the history of Crescentwood, soon to be home to The McMillan. #CraftedInCrescentwood…

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Fascinating series on the history of Crescentwood from Bruce Cherney, as published in the Winnipeg Real Estate News. #CraftedInCrescentwood

“Only four days left!” announced an Enderton Contest advertisement in the May 28, 1902, Manitoba Free Press.

What exactly is a boutique development, and how does it differ from other condo projects? For The McMillan, it means elaborate attention to detail, in only 12 available suites ranging in size from 1200 to 1500 sq. ft., indoor heated parking, nine-foot ceilings (10 ft. in Penthouse) and more. #CraftedInCrescentwood

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The McMillan’s concrete and steel construction equals durability, energy efficiency – and on the top of the list of priorities for most residents… a quiet home. #McMillanCondos #CraftedInCrescentwood

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Why is Peanut Park called Peanut Park? The park, near the site where The McMillan will be built, was believed to be named Peanut Park as money for parks was once fundraised through the sale of peanuts, the chocolate-covered almonds or Girl Guide cookies of their day. #McMillanNeighbourhood #McMillanCondos #CraftedInCrescentwood

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