With an abundance of suite styles to choose from, renters can easily find their next home with Globe Property Management!
Winnipeg is home to some of the most beautiful residential properties and constructions. With more than 185 residential neighbourhoods throughout the city, there is a community here for everyone. At Globe Property Management, we understand that people have differing lifestyle needs and stylistic palettes. That is why we are proud to offer a number of rental properties with both unique property features and rich historical backgrounds.
Great locations and superior tenant services are what set us apart. Once you move in, you won’t want to leave.
1750 Pembina Hwy
This well-appointed Fort Richmond high-rise has it all! It’s close to the U of M and…View
1780 Main St
Stroll to a production at Rainbow Stage or picnic at Kildonan Park. This block in leafy…View
14 Bonita Ave
Close to area schools and St. Vital Shopping Centre, these smart, contemporary units are bright and…View
38 Bonita Ave
Close to area schools and St. Vital Shopping Centre, these smart, contemporary units are bright and…View
270 Roslyn Rd
Tucked away in Osborne Village, this high-rise is an easy walk to groceries, a drug store,…View
3500 Roblin Blvd
With Assiniboine Park a short bike ride away and Charleswood Shopping Centre within walking distance, this…View
50 Morrow Ave.
Close to schools and the convenience of St. Vital Shopping Centre, this block makes suburban living…View
3201 Grant Ave.
Escape to the Assiniboine Forest for a relaxing walk or bike ride, catch a bus outside…View
28-2727 Portage Ave.
These amenity-rich apartment complexes feature spacious, recently renovated suites with loads of desirable features. Grab a…View
121 Mayfair Ave.
Downtown living couldn’t be more convenient. This small block is across the street from Fort Rouge…View
11 St. Michael Rd.
This block is located in the heart of St. Vital, adjacent to essential amenities. Walk to…View
630 Guelph St.
This lovely Fort Rouge property is conveniently located near Grant Park Shopping Centre, groceries, fitness centres…View
838 Cavalier Drive
Nestled within a quaint community between St. James and Crestview, this three-storey walk-up boasts spacious suite…View
696 Kildare Ave. E
This Transcona block features bright, contemporary suites. Located on a lovely, well-treed residential street, you are…View
291 Goulet St.
Your ideal St. Boniface location for convenience! The grocery store is across the street and The…View
760 Watt St.
Walk for groceries and to Henderson Highway restaurants from this cozy block in East Kildonan.View
770 Watt St.
Go for a quick workout at the YM/YWCA and stop for groceries on your way home.…View
479 Ainslie St.
A short walk from this block and you’ll be immersed in nature at the Living Prairie…View
410 St. Anne's Rd
This quiet block is close to schools and shopping at St. Vital Shopping Centre. If you…View
2973 Pembina Hwy.
Escape to nature with a walk in Baldry Park, and pick up a few groceries on…View
1755 Henderson Hwy.
NK Flats features brand new suites with tasteful design, located in Winnipeg's family-friendly neighborhood of North…View
1452 Jefferson Ave.
Enjoy quiet, suburban living in The Maples in this complex, which includes three-storey walk-ups and six-storey…View
761 Wolseley Ave
Located in one of Winnipeg’s most sought-after and welcoming neighbourhoods, this Wolseley block features suites with…View
785 Dorchester Ave.
These spacious suites are located in the heart of Crescentwood, parallel to Corydon Avenue, boasting all…View
370 Partridge Ave.
This quiet West Kildonan street is the perfect place to live if you love weekend picnics…View
1777 Pembina Hwy
Ideally situated if the University of Manitoba or Victoria Hospital are part of your daily commute.…View
290 Beliveau Rd.
This St. Vital block features spacious living areas with private balconies for soaking up the sun…View
2510 Portage Ave.
Located in sunny St. James, this well-appointed block is an easy 8-minute bike ride to Assiniboine…View
90 Garry St.
Featuring some of the largest suites available, and only minutes away from every amenity Downtown Winnipeg…View
61 Clayton Dr.
Situated along the bank of the Seine River, this tidy block has a natural backyard setting,…View
595 River Ave.
Want the convenience of a high-traffic area, but not the hustle and bustle? River Crescent Gardens…View
40 Osborne St.
Live in one of Winnipeg’s most vibrant, accessible neighbourhoods. Close to every amenity imaginable, including a…View
200 Adsum Dr.
This stylish block in The Maples is close to area schools and Maples Multiplex Arena. Garden…View
2080 Pembina Hwy.
Conveniently located just 3km from the University of Manitoba, this Fort Richmond block is close to…View
2160 Portage Ave.
Make this St. James three-storey block your home to enjoy easy walking access to Assiniboine Park…View
Each neighborhood has its prime selling points. Whether it be the eclectic Osborne Street and Village, or the St. James area – one of Winnipeg’s original districts and home to the city’s largest shopping mall. Life in St. Boniface or St. Vital, perhaps? Winnipeg’s largest francophone communities offer you scenic views of the Red River, local attractions, and tons of French-style bistros and eateries. If you prefer the outdoors and lots of green space, look no further than the Charleswood area. Spend your day at the Assiniboine Park and Zoo, or enjoy some comfort food at one of the many local restaurants.
Globe Property Management is the longest-running property management company in Manitoba. We’re proud to offer more than 55 different properties throughout the Winnipeg and Selkirk areas. Whether you are looking for a quiet three-storey walk-up in the middle of East Kildonan near your child’s school, or you want to live in a renovated high-rise with rapid transit at your doorstep, Globe has the suite to satisfy your rental needs.
At the Heart of the Continent, Winnipeg is a place where metropolitan living and suburban coziness meet. By the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, you’ll find Winnipeg’s downtown area newly revitalized, thanks, in part, to the Winnipeg Jets. Canopies of trees from the urban forest provide cover on the roadways and beautify yards. Developments in the south end of the city provide extraordinary neighbourhoods, ideal for families. Essentially, Winnipeg has always been a meeting place; today, it’s a place where diversity, convenience, modernity, and history all meet.
Festivals are a staple in the city, from Festival du Voyageur to Folklorama. Going to these festivals is an important part of the Winnipeg experience, and they’re held year-round, all throughout the city. Hospitality in Winnipeg is defined by its warmth and diversity; as you walk on the main thoroughfares of almost any neighbourhood, you’ll find a multicultural array of food and shops. Imagine a city where internationally-acclaimed museums like the Canadian Museum for Human Rights meet amazing hole-in-the-walls only locals know – like the White Star Diner. Jump into Winnipeg, and see what you can discover.
We have a number of beautiful apartments for rent available in neighbourhoods throughout the city. With over 50 different properties in the city, you’re sure to find a space you’ll be glad to call home.
We pride ourselves on the affordability of our apartments for rent in Winnipeg. The properties we have available have many amenities and can be found in the city’s best neighbourhoods. The average cost of our properties is $1000 a month, meaning you can find an incredible spot without breaking the bank.
Keep yourself where the action is by staying Downtown, in the heart of the Heart of the Continent. Living here comes with all sorts of advantages; you’ll be swept away by the beauty of the Forks, and you’ll love lingering for hours at the many shops and restaurants in the Exchange District. Many of Winnipeg’s most well-established businesses can be found right by the corner of Portage and Main, and there are plenty of gorgeous places to live nearby. Nonsuch Brewery, the King’s Head Pub, Red River College, Chinatown, and more can be found near the Exchange District, known for its breathtaking turn-of-the-century Chicago-style and Beaux-Arts architecture.
Old St. Boniface is one of the most storied neighbourhoods in all of Manitoba, if not Canada. Parlez-vous français? Quite okay if the answer is no; this neighbourhood is for everyone, and though you’ll find a lot of French Canadians here, almost everyone is bilingual. Residents of the neighbourhood love it for its old town charm – complete with local bakeries and shops, and for its close proximity to Downtown and many major Transit routes. St. Boniface is also home to some of Canada’s oldest institutions, from the incredible Cathedral to the Université de Saint-Boniface.
Transcona has been experiencing a renaissance in recent years, with incredible new restaurants like GaiJin Izakaya and perennial classic Five Guys popping up. Transcona, once having been a separate city from Winnipeg, has retained its city-within-a-city feel and neighbourly vibe. Variety is the spice of life, and Transcona has it all, from sleepy suburban streets to a wide array of nightlife. Wonderful experiences await you in this highly livable neighbourhood.
X should mark the spot of this amazing neighbourhood on your map. You’ll love the sights, sounds, and smells of one of the hippest areas in the country. Za at 1 AM? You’ll be well-served by Little Pizza Heaven. Yearning for some of the best cheesecakes in Canada? Why not stop by Baked Expectations? There are new restaurants, bars, and clubs popping up all the time in the area, just a short walk away from the many gorgeous apartments you can call home.
Sunlight filters down through the canopy of great elms as you walk down the streets of one of Winnipeg’s most well-loved and storied residential neighbourhoods. Taste some of Winnipeg’s best food at Tall Grass Prairie and De Luca’s, and enjoy long walks through the area’s many parks. Your arm might get sore from waving to people as you wander the streets; the folks in Wolseley are notoriously friendly and community-oriented!
One of the most exciting places in Winnipeg right now, River Heights comes with easy access to some of Winnipeg’s most interesting shops and restaurants. Travel down Academy to get something tasty at Pizzeria Gusto or wander down to Grant Park Mall to grab a book at local favourite, McNally Robinson. Some of Winnipeg’s best schools and recreational facilities can be found in the area; this is a great place to raise a family!
All the amenities of the big city with the tranquility of rural living? It’s possible in beautiful Charleswood. Located right by Assiniboine Park, there’s plenty to do, especially if you love the outdoors. Visit the polar bears at the Zoo, walk the Harte Trail, visit your Charleswood dentist and stop for food at Sorrento’s. You can appreciate all the natural beauty the prairies have to offer in this gorgeous, quiet neighbourhood at the western edge of Winnipeg.
While looking for properties to rent in Winnipeg, you may think that you have to settle for whatever option fits into your price range. However, it’s also essential to find a place that best suits you. Luckily, we offer a wide variety of options to match your lifestyle:
Finding Winnipeg apartments for rent with 24-hour security patrol on-site will help give you some peace of mind when you’re looking for a new place to live. Feel free to inquire about security features on-site, as not every building has them.
If you require an accessibility ramp, then you’ll most certainly want to find a Winnipeg apartment for rent with an accessibility ramp. Many apartments have accessibility-friendly options, making it easier to accommodate anyone who may need assistance.
There’s nothing quite like firing up the BBQ on a beautiful summer day, but you’re going to need the space to do so. Searching for Winnipeg apartments for rent with a barbecue area is an absolute must-have if you’re someone that enjoys grilling.
After a long day, you may find yourself wanting to unwind and relax, but you’re unsure what to do. Finding a Winnipeg apartment for rent with a billiard room is the perfect option to let loose and keep yourself entertained.
If there’s one thing you’ve gotten used to while living in Winnipeg, it’s how quickly your car can get dirty. Search for Winnipeg apartments to rent with a car wash so that you have the easy and convenient option of always keeping your vehicle clean.
Getting around the city can be difficult when you don’t have a vehicle. Searching for the right rental property that’s close to work, grocery stores, and other destinations can limit your options. Look into Winnipeg apartments for rent with a co-op car share available for your travel needs.
A Winnipeg apartment for rent with a courtyard can truly improve your living experience. A courtyard can be utilized for various activities from picnics, getting fresh air, reading, walking, and so much more.
Living in Winnipeg has prepared us to expect some of the most extreme weather changes. Your vehicle, on the other hand, might have a tougher time adapting. Looking for Winnipeg apartments to rent with covered parking is an effective way to keep your vehicle shielded during rain and snow.
A Winnipeg apartment for rent with an elevator can go a long way. Imagine climbing endless flights of stairs to get to your unit on the tenth floor. An elevator is convenient for going up or down, as well as providing accessibility for those who shouldn’t have to climb the stairs.
When it’s time to dump your garbage, a Winnipeg apartment for rent with a garbage chute can make it so much easier. Not all buildings will have this option; if a garbage chute is an absolute must for you, make sure you ask about it.
Having guests over for a night or two may be something you’re anticipating when looking for a property to call home. Look for Winnipeg apartments for rent with guest suites so that you’ll ensure there will be enough space for any future visitors.
With the long winters we experience, it can cut into your outdoor exercise time and reduce your excitement to go to the gym in -30℃ weather. Search for Winnipeg apartments to rent with a gym to ensure you keep up your workout time.
One thing you might want to avoid during our long, cold winters is the sound of your car engine failing to start. That’s why looking for a Winnipeg apartment to rent with heated underground parking can help ensure your car starts even on the coldest of days.
For many individuals, the idea of soaking in a hot tub may be too good to pass up. Do yourself a favour and search for Winnipeg apartments for rent with a hot tub. This way, you’ll always have the option of a little relaxation time.
A pool is great for a variety of reasons, from exercising to pure enjoyment. Winnipeg apartments with an indoor pool provide the option of having some pool time no matter what season it is.
Sometimes a change of scenery can be nice. But getting out can be difficult when you’re snowed or rained in. A Winnipeg apartment with a lounge can be a wonderful asset so you can comfortably unwind with other apartment residents.
When looking for a new place to live, an absolute must-have is a place to park if you have a vehicle. The last thing you want is to have to find parking elsewhere. Search for Winnipeg apartments for rent with an outdoor parking stall.
Any special occasion can be improved with a party. However, the worry of making too much noise and bothering your neighbours is something you’ll want to avoid. Look for Winnipeg apartments to rent with a party room so that you’ll always have space for special events.
The skyline that the city has to offer is a sight to appreciate. What better way to do that than to find a Winnipeg apartment for rent with a rooftop terrace! Then you and anyone else can enjoy the view and a little sunshine, too.
A Winnipeg apartment for rent with a sauna can seem like a tempting option. A sauna offers a wide variety of perks, from health benefits to comfort and relaxation. Why not have the best of both worlds?
Hot summer days in your future apartment may be a trying time, even with AC. You can enjoy the beautiful summer days and stay cool when you look for a Winnipeg apartment for rent with a seasonal outdoor pool.
Biking in Winnipeg is a common mode of transportation for many. The notion of having to carry your bike up and down can be a tiring thought. Winnipeg apartments for rent with secured bicycle parking can ensure your bike stays put whenever you require it.
Security is important for any abode. Winnipeg apartments for rent with a security entrance will add some comfort in knowing the apartment is safe and secure, as well as ensure that only residents can enter.
Buildings with old laundry facilities can come with a lot of problems. The last thing you need is to have a machine give out on you during a laundry load. Avoid this by looking for Winnipeg apartments with smart laundry facilities, as they ensure that doing laundry will go as smoothly as possible.
Moving your belongings from one place to another can be tricky, especially when it comes to space. Search for Winnipeg apartments for rent with a storage locker included, ensuring you have a spot for anything that won’t fit in your unit.
Finding space for your belongings once you’ve settled into your apartment can be difficult. You’ll want to make sure you have enough room to move around, which is why finding Winnipeg apartments for rent with storage lockers can be useful for your storage needs.
Enjoy the option of basking in the sun can when you search for Winnipeg apartments for rent with a sun deck. Not only will you get to work on your tan, but it can provide you with other versatile opportunities with its use.
Looking for a place to park your vehicle can be stressful, especially when you’re looking for a new rental property. Finding Winnipeg apartments for rent with surface parking is a convenient way to keep your vehicle accessible whenever you need it.
Staying active is beneficial for your health, which is why you might want to find a place that offers some form of physical activity to its residents. There are many Winnipeg apartments for rent with a tennis court, as it’s become a popular option for many buildings.
A Winnipeg apartment for rent with video monitoring can provide residents with peace of mind. This way, you can feel secure knowing that monitoring is available to ensure absolute safety.
These days, newer apartment buildings offer wheelchair accessibility for those that require it. Simply search for Winnipeg apartments that are wheelchair-friendly; this will save time when you’re looking for a place to live that has wheelchair accommodation.
Any Winnipeg resident knows how sweltering the summer heat can be. Finding a Winnipeg apartment for rent with air conditioning is an important amenity that ensures you stay cool and comfortable during the summers.
An apartment building with a view of the Winnipeg city skyline is a fantastic asset. Looking for Winnipeg apartments for rent with a balcony gives you the option of a view, as well as some outdoor time when you need it.
Washing dishes can be as time-consuming as preparing a meal itself. Cut down the after-meal clean-up by looking for Winnipeg apartments for rent with a dishwasher. Not only is it convenient, but it also creates less work.
Having to lug your laundry out of your apartment unit can be a nuisance. You can find Winnipeg apartments for rent with in-suite laundry that will make it easier on you when laundry day comes around.
Finding room for all your belongings can be a tricky task when you move into a new apartment. Make it easier on yourself and look for a Winnipeg apartment for rent with in-suite storage. This way, you can keep any extra belongings close and secure.
Most people don’t realize how much clothing they have until they start moving. It can be difficult to part with your clothes, which is why you can look for Winnipeg apartments to rent with a walk-in closet.
Listing all the things to see and do in Winnipeg is almost impossible; each neighbourhood is like its own city, complete with distinct cultures, architecture and events. There’s almost always something going on at The Cube in The Exchange; head down there during the summer for events like The Fringe Festival and the Soca Reggae Festival.
You’d be remiss if you didn’t visit the Forks regularly; there are always cultural events going on, from Indigenous Day Live to Kidsfest. In the winter, you’ll love skating down the River Trail.
Other hotspots in Winnipeg include the Art Gallery, which boasts the newly built Inuit Art Centre. You’ll love the Museum for Human Rights, the first National Museum outside of the capital area; it’s an astounding monument dedicated to advancing the rights of all people. Enjoy a trip to the Manitoba Museum, where you can step aboard a replica of the Nonsuch ship. Stop into any hole-in-the-wall restaurant and you’ll probably find some incredible food. Winnipeg is a city full of culture and possibility – truly diverse and metropolitan.
Expect -50 weather in the wintertime. That’s not a typo – that’s -50 degrees Celsius with the windchill. Expect +30 in the summer. You read that right – there can easily be an 80 degree temperature differential within six months in Winnipeg. In April, you’ll see snow and sub-zero temperatures one day and 15 degree weather the next. You’re going to need a wide assortment of clothing.
In the wintertime, it’s essential that you dress in layers. Shirt, sweater, jacket, toque, scarf, and mitts are an absolute must; you might even layer a couple of sweaters in the colder weeks. You’ll want ski pants over your pants, and leggings of some sort (long johns, tights, etc.) underneath. You almost definitely don’t want to be outside in -40 weather, but you’ll find plenty of Winnipeggers who do it, especially when Festival du Voyageur is on.
In the summertime, t-shirts and shorts are the standard; it gets really hot. You’ll want bug spray to deal with the mosquitoes; they were a bigger pest in Winnipeg’s earlier years, but they’ll still bug you (pun intended) at dawn and dusk. All your typical summertime precautions apply; wear a hat, apply sunscreen liberally, and wear sunglasses.
Spring and fall are highly volatile seasons in Winnipeg; you might be wearing a t-shirt one day and a parka a couple of days later. Generally, a light jacket will do wonders during these seasons, which are quite short compared to some cities in the world.
Winnipeg is well-served by its transit system; Winnipeg Transit is currently undergoing a reorientation. This change stems from the development of Rapid Transit lines – dedicated thoroughfares for transit only use. The newly completed BLUE Line brings Winnipeggers from the Downtown area to the University of Manitoba and beyond; other Rapid Transit lines are planned in the future. Drivers near the city limits can use the Perimeter Highway to get around the city quickly.
When it comes to rideshare apps, there are a number of different services available in Winnipeg. Presently, Uber and Lyft are not among those services, though Uber says they’ll be in operation in the city by the end of spring. In the meantime, you might try using ReRyde or Instaryde. There are also taxi services available in the city; Duffy’s and Unicity are the most commonly used.
Use our search function to find an apartment for rent in your price range and in the neighbourhood you’re looking at. There are a lot of things to consider when you’re searching for an apartment for rent in Winnipeg; the best area for you depends largely on your lifestyle.
Those who are looking to experience nightlife and incredible food while living close to work will love areas near Downtown. The Exchange District, Osborne Village, and Old St. Boniface are all great places to live if you want to work and play near the heart of the city. We have gorgeous, affordable one bedroom apartments in all of those areas. For those with families, we have two and three bedroom apartments available as well.
Looking for a quieter space to rent? You’d do well in Charleswood, River Heights, St. Vital, and other suburbs closer to the edge of Winnipeg. The further you get from the downtown area, the more tranquil things tend to be. Wolseley is an excellent in-between; it’s relatively close to downtown, but the strong sense of community lends itself well to raising a family. We have incredible multi-bedroom apartments for rent available in all of these neighbourhoods.
Affordable apartments for rent are available in Winnipeg – for under $1000 a month, you can get a one bedroom apartment for rent with all utilities included. You’ll be amazed at how much you get for the price; indoor swimming, a billiards room, and a prime location.
Higher-end or luxury apartments for rent include more bedrooms and more building amenities; saunas, heated underground parking, and more. Though these apartments come with a lot of luxuries, you’ll still find them incredibly affordable – you can get a spacious three bedroom apartment for rent under $1500. Try finding a deal like that in almost any other city – you’ll be hard-pressed. Winnipeg is a place where metropolitan luxuries meet affordable living.
No matter where you want to live in the city, you can find a place to call home with us. Use the many filters available on our search function. You can sort by amenities, the number of bedrooms, the neighbourhood you want to live in, the price, and more. With all the apartments in Winnipeg we have available, we’re certain to have something that will perfectly suit your lifestyle.
Winnipeg has many beautiful neighbourhoods to enjoy. We listed some of our favourite neighbourhoods above, but the one you choose will depend on your family’s needs.
The price of an apartment in Winnipeg varies depending on the size of apartment you’re looking for. Luxury apartments Downtown will cost more than regular apartments further from the City core. As of the writing of this F.A.Q., the median price for apartments in Winnipeg is as follows:
Utility costs vary from household to household. Some of our apartments offer one or more utilities as a part of the rental fee. Water and/or heat are included in the majority of our rental properties – less bills for you to worry about!
Getting around Winnipeg is easier and easier each year. For most people in the urban core, Winnipeg Transit is the way to go, with regular bus service that’s slated to improve with the City’s new Transit Master Plan.
Walkability and bikeability have been core concerns in recent years, and the number of biking and walking paths has increased considerably.
Biking and walking aren’t always viable in the winter, however. Many of our apartments have parking spaces available – those spaces are especially handy if you’re in the suburbs.
Winnipeg has many beautiful neighbourhoods to enjoy. We listed some of our favourite neighbourhoods above, but the one you choose will depend on your family’s needs.
Are you a couple looking for high-quality urban living? Check out some of our luxury apartments in and around the Downtown area. Young family looking for a quiet place to raise your kids? Check out some of our apartments in suburban areas like Charleswood.
Our city is one of the most affordable in Canada. The rules for rental expenses are the same no matter where you live. You should aim to spend no more than 35% of your monthly income on housing expenses, including rent and utilities.
Yes! While Winnipeg is a safe place to live, property damage can happen anywhere. Theft, fire, and other hazards are real possibilities. Renter’s insurance tends to be pretty inexpensive, and it does more than just protect your property – you’ll get liability insurance as well.