Manitoba's Largest Outdoor Shopping Center.
There are very few areas in the city of Winnipeg where you will find as much variety in the number of different retail stores than are in the Corydon Avenue Business Improvement Zone. Almost everything is available here - Antiques Dealers, Fashion for all ages, Glass and Pottery Giftware, Classic and Inuit Art, Crystals and Well-Being Literature, Florists, Hardware, Grocery, Deli and Fine Food, Specialty Books, Home Furnishings, Jewelry, and many other interesting items to browse. The joy is in the discovery of a special item, or of a store that you didn't even know existed - but may be destined to become a new favourite haunt. Enjoy discovering us as much as we enjoy having you discover how much there is on Corydon Avenue. Unique and original stores, like Sugar Mountain and 651 Corydon Avenue Glass Blowing Studio, are indicative of the eclectic mix of business that are to be found on Corydon Avenue. They provide access to products not easily found elsewhere. An almost Bohemian atmosphere, combined with the personal service that the merchants extend, this is the flavour of shopping this area offers. A new addition to the Corydon BIZ merchant family is the nutrition and wellness store Thrive. With a wealth of knowledge on nutritional health products owner Daniel Madrid is ready to address any health concern that you may not be getting adequate attention for from the traditional medical services. This large, bright and well stocked store adds itself to a community of merchants that strive to be the best in their area of expertise. Professional advise and competent service is the norm when you are dealing with one of our area experts. With this high level of customer attention it is no wonder why shoppers are confident in recommending to their friends to shop Corydon Avenue. Unique and original, wild and wonderful - it is all here for the discerning shopper. As a bonus, your purchases may go to support a worthwhile endeavor. As is the case with Things, a consignment boutique that supports the Arts in Winnipeg. Or peruse the wares at Makafui and experience a taste of Africa. Fashion Police are not required on Corydon Avenue. Here there are a range of fashion retailers for every taste, style, and budget. Children's wear, funky creations, high formal, shoes, hats, sports techwear, sunglasses and accessories, all to be found within one business community. Some merchants display their wares on sidewalk stands in the summer. Others offer their clients classes in the appreciation and or in the teaching of the techniques of their craft. Take the time to inquire, you may find new interests or activities.