The South Osborne Xchange brings Winnipeg’s most progressive small to medium-size organizations together under one roof.
In close proximity to Winnipeg’s trendiest neighbourhoods, the building features a host of modern amenities including: a hang out lounge, gym, common boardroom/training room and brand new building accessibility features.
As a proud supporter of Peg City Car Co-op, SO-X is home to a Chevy Volt electric car, managed by the Co-op and available to all tenants of the building.
The building at 421 Mulvey Avenue East was built in 1912 as part of a complex of three large industrial buildings that formed and housed some of Winnipeg’s earliest commercial breweries. Designed by Architect Woodman and Carey and built by J. McQuarrie, the clay brick and reinforced concrete building was first home to The Blackwood Brother’s soda and mineral water factory. A spur line of the Canadian National Railway Company (CN; formerly the Canadian Northern Railway) serviced the original complex. Today, the railway continues to mark the north and west boundaries of 421 Mulvey.
The entire complex was sold to United Assets Limited in 1924, and then purchased by James Richardson and Sons in 1929. 421 Mulvey’s reputation as a place for progress and innovation continues today as the home of the South Osborne Xchange.
421 Mulvey Avenue East
Winnipeg, MB R3L 0R6
Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm