Residential and commercial Development in our urban village
341 + 343 20th st
341 + 343 20th Street West
On the corner of 20th and Avenue D, we're building attractive streetfront space for small to medium commercial uses: retail, restaurants, studios, offices. Space available for lease.
Community-building | BUSINESS | Advocacy & EXPERIMENTATION
The Two Twenty Parking Patio
Our parking patio (or parklet, à la Park(ing) Day), which acts as an extension of the outdoor space at the Two Twenty and Collective Coffee (but is completely open to the public) demonstrates the kind of human-scaled urban intervention that excites us as city-builders.
And it got a 98% approval rating.
PARK(ING) DAY SHOWCASES STREETLIFE
Park(ing) Day is a worldwide phenomenon that seeks to reimagine streets as places and create a whimsical, fun-first event in a strangely familiar place: on-street parking stalls.
Shift Development was instrumental in launching back-to-back Saskatoon Park(ing) Day events right here on 20th Street in Riversdale.
Events & Happenings
Last Friday of the month | 4−6pm | The Two Twenty Common
Join us for casual drinks and discussion, hosted by a different community member each month.
Friday Beers hosted by Slade Desrochers
November 17 | 4−6pm | The Two Twenty Common
Join community member Slade from Realty Executives Saskatoon along with a few real estate industry professionals that he works with for a short panel discussion regarding what's happening in the local real estate market.
#ShiftPresents: Andy Shauf Live at the Roxy
November 17 | 7pm | The Roxy Theatre
#ShiftPresents award-winning songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Andy Shauf at The Roxy Theatre. The inaugral concert with The Roxy Theatre's new lighting and sound, this show will be unforgettable! Andy's new album "The Party" has been earning international attention and we're excited to have him back in his home province. Don't miss it!
Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute: Infill Development Talks on Tap
November 24 | 7−10pm | The Two Twenty Common
CEO Curtis Olson joins a panel of speakers, including City Councillor Cynthia Block, to discuss ongoing challenges and issues with infill development in Saskatoon. Members of SPPI can earn professional learning units; the rest of us can enjoy networking and beer from 9 Mile Legacy!
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