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Old Posted Oct 3, 2018, 4:42 PM
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Thanks - I didn’t know our gutless city administration had actually decreased (even if only marginally) the height limit even further than before. That’s kind of discouraging. Especially because there is now enough demand, for the first time in decades, to possibly incite a couple of developers to build higher...

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The limit used to be Mount Royal which is at 232,5 m from sea level. The elevation on Saint-Jacques is at 15 m which means that both the Banque National and Victoria sur le Parc could have built up to 217,5 m...

But the regulation has been updated in 2016. Now the true limit is 200 m.



To translate, the limit is still the elevation of Mount Royal as I explained OR 200 m, the lowest of the two. So both BNC and Victoria are max out in height.

With these rules, 1000 de la Gauchetière will always be the tallest (or if you prefer le 1250 René-Lévesque which is "officially" 230 m with its spear).
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It looks like they are building the sales office. Mine.

,[IMG]https://photos.smugmug.com/June-12-
is that really the sales centre?
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is that really the sales centre?

Sales centre has been built for a while now. Also, the units went on sale about a week ago and the project sold 300 already!
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MONTREAL | Victoria sur le Parc | 200m | 55 floors

To begin construction in Spring 2019. Developer is Broccolini.


https://www.victoriasurleparcondo.ca/the-project/
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Old Posted Feb 14, 2019, 1:44 AM
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As mentioned in the 800 St. Jacques thread, excavations have started for both projects. Fencing went up a few days ago and all the trees have been cut. For this project, the sales office is still there but behind it there is machinery. Picture from ScarletCoral on MTlurb. Exciting news to have two 200m towers go up side by side.

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Some more renders not yet posted here:












https://www.broccolini.com/en/victoria-sur-le-parc/
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