The Courtyards of Linden Pointe

The Courtyards of Linden Pointe is a one of a kind development in Winnipeg providing a continuum of care to senior residents. It is a campus approach to senior living, that when fully built out will contain 55+ apartment living, assisted care living, and memory care facilities. The development will also contain medical and pharmaceutical shops, a restaurant, and personal care businesses. The land was rezoned in 1998 to accommodate multifamily large developments.


Phase One (opened 2021)

  • A three storey assisted living facility, including a memory care facility has been constructed. The building contains a total of 170 residential units and a number of shared facilities and common areas for the residents. Situated on just over 10 acres of land, this first phase of development will include 96 parking stalls, parking for a transportation bus, eight accessible parking stalls and parking stalls for two vans.
  • For additional details see: Plan Approval Phase One 75 Falcon Ridge Drive

Phase Two Update November 2023:

The developer has made changes to the 2021 plans of the Phase 2 of a three-phased development on the subject property. The building is being reduce in height to four (4) storeys and have a maximum height of 55.3 feet. The proposed building will now have a total of 138 dwelling units. The dwelling units will have a mix of studio, one and two-bedroom apartments. Each of these units are to be oriented toward older adults seeking independent living.

On the ground floor there will be amenity space for use of the residents of the building, as well as residents of other phases of development on the subject property. These amenities include a fitness centre, theatre, and café. The developer will also construct outdoor amenity spaces, including a garden space and pickleball court. Access to the proposed development is to be taken from one (1) existing private approach on Falcon Ridge Drive and one (1) private approach to be constructed from Linden Ridge Drive. The existing approach from Falcon Ridge Drive will lead to the proposed surface parking area and drop-off area, while the approach from Linden Ridge Drive will lead to the underground parking area.  Like Phase One, the landscaping will be of a xeriscaping design. Xeriscaping is the practice of designing landscapes to reduce or eliminate the need for irrigation. This means Xeriscaped landscapes need little or no water beyond what the natural climate provides. This is a different approach to landscaping for Winnipeg, but in light of climate change and the many stresses on our environment, is a design more and more cities are supporting.