2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments

2 Bedroom and 3 Bedroom Apartments in Winnipeg – The Spot at Tuxedo Point

825 Sterling Lyon Parkway, Winnipeg, Canada




Be one of the first to enjoy your little slice of Tuxedo living.  This 4 story, 256 unit premium apartment building is at the heart of the new Tuxedo Point Development located at 785 – 825 Sterling Lyon Parkway.  Live in style and comfort close to Costco, IKEA and the upcoming 400,000sqft Winnipeg Outlet retail centre in your quartz clad 2 or 3 bedroom suite.

The Tuxedo Point development project is situated on 13.1 acres of former railcar storage yards, directly south of Tuxedo, one of Winnipeg finest neighbourhoods, west of The Seasons of Tuxedo commercial development featuring big box stores like IKEA and Cabela’s, and directly north of the Fort Whyte Alive nature reserve.

*parking incentive subject to availability

  • Property Order List:

1 Bedroom $1,245 per month
to $1,330 per month
2 Bedroom $1,645 per month
to $1,735 per month
3 Bedroom $1,995 per month
to $2,240 per month

Choose between FOUR different, well thought out 1 bedroom layouts ranging from 610 – 689 sqft.  All suites come equipped with insuite laundry and floor to ceiling windows with window coverings.  Optional features include built in work stations, balconies, unique sliding barn doors on the bedroom, walk in closets, and double sink vanities.  The choice is yours!
Wheelchair accessible units available.

$1,245 per month
to $1,330 per month


With FOUR different 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom layouts to choose, ranging from 914 – 1,008 sqft, you’re sure to find one that suites your lifestyle.  All suites come with 2 full bathrooms, insuite laundry and walk in closets off the Master bedroom.  Optional features include walk in pantries, unique sliding barn doors on the bedroom, balconies, Juliette doors, walk in shower units, peninsula kitchen countertops and built in work stations.
Wheelchair accessible units available.

$1,645 per month
to $1,735 per month



Need lots of space?  THREE different 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom layouts to choose from ranging from 1,146 – 1,244 sqft.  All 3 bedrooms come complete with 2 full bathrooms, double sink vanities in the Master ensuite, walk in closet in the Master bedroom, insuite laundry and open concept layouts.  Optional features include large balconies, walk in pantries, built in work stations, Kitchen islands and unique sliding barn door on the bedroom/den.

$1,995 per month
to $2,240 per month


Building Features

  • Bike Storage
  • Elevator
  • Onsite Fitness Facility
  • Onsite Management
  • Outdoor Courtyard
  • Outdoor Parking Available
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rooftop Patio
  • Secure Entry System
  • Shared Multipurpose Room

Suite Features

  • Accessible Suites Available
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balconies Available
  • Dishwasher Included
  • In-suite Laundry
  • Microwave Included
  • Stone Countertops
  • Walk in Closet
  • Window Coverings Included

Rental Terms

  • 1 Year Lease Term
  • 1/2 Months Rent Damage Deposit
  • Indoor Parking $147/mo
  • Outdoor Parking $60/mo
  • Pet Friendly: 2 cats/dogs up to 18 inches in height
  • Rent Includes Water
  • Wifi & Membership to the Fitness Facility


  • South West Winnipeg

Property Amenities

  • Balcony
  • In suite Laundry
  • Parking

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Moving from a 3 bedroom apartment to a 2 bedroom apartment

Are you considering downsizing from a 3 bedroom place to a 2 bedroom place? Regardless of your decision we can get you into the perfect place, but here are some things to consider. If you are moving from a three-bedroom apartment to a two bedroom, innovation and management is everything. The number of things that we accumulate over the years can be overwhelming. Deciding what to keep and what to dispose of can be tough.

Moving into a two-bedroom apartment from a three-bedroom apartment can be quite a challenge. You not just have to deal with the arduous task of relocating but you also have to fit everything into a smaller space and make it work.

Downsizing – Adopting a Minimalist Mindset

Declutter before moving. This makes downsizing easy. Start by going through the kitchen and bathroom items. Donate or throw away anything you don’t need. Let go of everything you don’t need or value.

Go through clothes and other miscellaneous items. If you haven’t worn any dress for more than a year, you can choose to donate it. Similarly, if you haven’t used any particular item for more than a couple of years, you can sell or donate it.

Bringing down your possessions to a bare minimum ensures emotional and physical comfort. Make a list of things you definitely need in your new house. When you know what you need, you will be able to get rid of things you don’t need easily.

Measure Each Room in the New Apartment

Measure each room to find out the actual layout and dimensions of the new apartment. This can enable you to find out what you can fit in the rooms. Take accurate measurements of your furniture. If the bedrooms are small, you will need a smaller bed and furniture.

Get Organized

If you are short on space, you should avoid bringing clutter. Take one room at a time and get everything organized. Go through the closet, shelf, and drawer to organize everything you need. Sort everything and neatly arrange them in boxes.

Arrange things that you want to donate or throw away in boxes too. It ensures that you carry only the things you need. This can save a lot of headaches and make it easier to move into your new home.

Remember that the process requires a lot of time and effort. Don’t wait until the last minute to organize everything. It is best to get started on the process at least three to four weeks before you start moving. Maximize space by using creative storage options.

Deal with Larger Items

A useful tip when moving to a smaller space is to deal with the larger household things before the smaller things. Disassemble furniture to reduce the risk of damage during relocation. Bigger household items occupy a lot of space and when you place them in their designated places, it will be easy to unpack and arrange the smaller items.

The two-bedroom apartment may be smaller than the three-bedroom apartment but there are ways to get the most of the limited space. The less stuff you bring into your new home, the more space you will have. Keep only what you use, need and love.

For more information about new apartments for rent contact Your Next Place today!