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Old Posted Sep 23, 2014, 2:33 AM
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Interesting proposal, though, I am skeptical if it will go through...

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/m...montreal.shtml
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Old Posted Dec 8, 2014, 11:23 PM
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MONTREAL - Western Downtown projects

UrbMtl posted this great summary of the projects U/C or proposed for the western part of Downtown Montreal.
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Here's a summary of U/C and proposed projects around Bell Center :

RED = U/C
BLUE = Proposed



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1 - YUL | 2x38fl | 2x120m

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2 - HI Montréal | 38fl | 120m

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3 - Roccabella | 2x40 | 2x147m

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4 - L'Avenue | 50fl | 175m

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5 - Tour des Canadiens | 50fl | 167m

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6 - Icone | 40fl + 27fl | 146m + 107m

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7 - Centra | 10fl

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8 - Viva Loft | 9fl (2013)

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9 - Flex | 10fl (2014)

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10 - Douze05 | 11fl

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11 - Ogilvy Expansion + Tour de la Montagne | 20fl

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12 - Hotel Stephen Club | 12fl

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13 - Tour Deloitte | 26fl | 135m

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14 - Condos Crescent | 11fl

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15 - Ogilvy Warehouse | 5fl

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16 - Babylone | 37fl + 25fl

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17 - Condos Mackay | 20fl

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18 - Drummond | 2x24fl

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19 - Quad Windsor - TDC2 | 38fl | 120m

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20 - Quad Windsor - TDC3 | 38fl | 120m

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21 - Quad Windsor - 750 Peel | 2x30fl

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22 - Hotel + Res. | 41fl + 27fl | 139m

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Old Posted Dec 9, 2014, 3:31 AM
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Nice !

Ça fait tellement du bien de voir tout ces terrains de stationnement disparaître !
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Rumour?

"A new downtown Marriott Hotel will open by February 2016 at the corner of University and Cathcart. The $20 million transformation of a present-day office building will include 142 rooms."

Mentioned in Mike Cohen's column in The Suburban (December 17, 2014).

Anyone hear anything about this project?
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2015, 5:44 AM
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Rumour?

"A new downtown Marriott Hotel will open by February 2016 at the corner of University and Cathcart. The $20 million transformation of a present-day office building will include 142 rooms."

Mentioned in Mike Cohen's column in The Suburban (December 17, 2014).

Anyone hear anything about this project?
Yep, it's going to be a Marriott Renaissance. In the building which used to have a Tim Hortons at ground level.
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2015, 8:05 AM
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Thanks SkaHigh.

Found this in the meantime:

EXCLUSIF
Publié le 24 octobre 2014 à 06h46 | Mis à jour le 24 octobre 2014 à 09h22
La chaîne Marriott Renaissance arrive à Montréal



Les travaux préparatoires pour l'aménagement de l'hôtel de 142 chambres débutent ces jours-ci. Daca espère pouvoir ouvrir l'établissement vers le mois de février 2016.
PHOTO HUGO-SÉBASTIEN AUBERT, LA PRESSE

MAXIME BERGERON
La Presse

Le promoteur Daca transformera un immeuble de bureaux vacant du centre-ville en hôtel Marriott Renaissance, un projet de 20 millions de dollars qui constituera la première incursion de cette enseigne prestigieuse à Montréal.

L'immeuble de 11 étages est situé à l'angle des rues University et Cathcart, à deux pas de Place Ville Marie. Daca en a fait l'acquisition en 2008 et il a laissé tous les baux expirer depuis. Le dernier locataire, un restaurant Tim Hortons, doit quitter les lieux d'ici la fin du mois.

Marriott exploite 18 enseignes dans le monde - dont Ritz Carlton, Courtyard et Residence Inn -, mais c'est la marque Renaissance qui cadrait le plus avec le plan d'affaires de Daca, a expliqué hier son président, Bertrand Leboeuf. L'homme d'affaires a conclu son entente de franchisage avec le géant hôtelier au début du mois, a appris La Presse Affaires.

Hôtel boutique

«La chose qui nous a incités à aller vers cette bannière, c'est que maintenant, Marriott a donné une direction différente à ses Renaissance, un style différent qui se dirige plus vers un hôtel boutique, trendy», a dit M. Leboeuf pendant un entretien.

Les travaux préparatoires pour l'aménagement de l'hôtel de 142 chambres débutent ces jours-ci. Daca espère pouvoir ouvrir l'établissement vers le mois de février 2016. La Ville a demandé que le revêtement extérieur soit conservé.

«C'est sûr qu'on va nettoyer la pierre qui est là, une pierre de très haute qualité, a souligné Bertrand Leboeuf. On va ajouter beaucoup de finition: tout le mur du rez-de-chaussée sera refait en aluminium-miroir. On va changer l'allure du bâtiment, mais on garde la même pierre.»

À l'arrondissement de Ville-Marie, on indique que le projet de Daca a reçu un «avis favorable» du Comité consultatif d'urbanisme en août dernier. «La demande de permis de transformation est toujours à l'étude», a confirmé une porte-parole.

Secteur en changement

Daca - un promoteur très discret qui n'a même pas de site web - vient de terminer la tour résidentielle de luxe Altitude, juste en face du futur Renaissance. Le groupe y a aussi ouvert deux restaurants: Vertigo et Moxy's. Ces projets ont contribué à faire disparaître des terrains de stationnement vacants, en plus de changer le visage de cette intersection.

«On a créé une nouvelle dynamique dans ce secteur-là en restauration, a noté M. Leboeuf. Avec l'hôtel qui s'en vient, le coin University-Cathcart aura changé pas mal.»

Au total, Daca estime ce projet à 20 millions, soit 7,5 millions pour la rénovation, le reste pour l'acquisition du bâtiment. Le groupe vise une certification de 4 ou 5 étoiles pour son hôtel.

Un géant de l'hôtellerie
Le groupe Marriott, basé au Maryland, exploite 3900 hôtels sous 18 enseignes dans le monde entier. Ses revenus se sont élevés à 13 milliards US l'an dernier. Parmi ses enseignes, on retrouve:

> Ritz-Carlton
> AC Hotels by Marriott
> Moxy Hotels
> Bvlgari
> Courtyard
> Springhill Suites

Source: http://affaires.lapresse.ca/economie...a-montreal.php

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Old Posted Jun 5, 2015, 8:18 PM
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New developement Montreal

Nwe construction Montreal June 2015

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Icone tower

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Rocabella tower
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Manuvie tower
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Tour des Canadian tower

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L'Avenue tower
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Balmoral buidding- Quartier des spectacles

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YUL tower

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Petterson tower

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Old Posted Mar 1, 2016, 9:44 PM
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Excavation for Drummond Condominiums Begins

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Work on the two-tower Drummond Condominiums in Downtown Montreal has now started, with heavy machinery digging about one floor below grade. Developed by local builder Samcon, the tallest 24-storey tower will be constructed first, followed by the shorter 22-floor sibling in the second phase. The architecture firms attached to the project are IBI Group and Martin Marcotte Beinhaker Architects.
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Alexandra Pier Restoration to Include Observation Tower

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Montrealers are about to reclaim a large piece of waterfront property as construction work advances on an ambitious restoration project in the historic Old Port of Montreal. The Montreal Port Authority is overseeing the reinvigoration of Alexandra Pier and the Iberville Passenger Terminal, with local firm Provencher Roy behind the design.
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Excavation Marks Start of Montreal Condo Project

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A low-slung bunker-like building in Montreal once occupied by offices for a Canadian power workers union has been demolished to make way for a new highrise project by real estate developer Mondev. The tower will be sited at 20 de Maisonneuve and climb 22 storeys into the sky.
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Urban Boulevard to Replace Montreal Expressway

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When car was king in the post-war world, downtown expressways were not only crucial transportation arteries in cities all over, they were generally also indicative of a strong middle class. This is especially true in numerous North American municipalities, where elevated downtown highways continue to link the core with the sprawling outer regions. But despite car ownership remaining high, cities like Portland and Boston have embarked on megaprojects that have removed these corridors and replaced them with parks, mixed land uses, and less intrusive roadways.
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Build some real skyscrapers like Toronto!

Montreal is a great city. Why should Toronto have all the really tall skyscrapers? Those under 50 story kind you have don't befit your great city. Should have a couple of 60 & 70 story towers as well. Get building! Show those English!
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Montreal is a great city. Why should Toronto have all the really tall skyscrapers? Those under 50 story kind you have don't befit your great city. Should have a couple of 60 & 70 story towers as well. Get building! Show those English!
height limit prevents that we'll probably see a 60 floor condo cause with that you can build up to the height limit (210 metres in some areas) but those super tall slick office buildings, probably not now. But anything can change right?
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Îlot Balmoral Excavation Underway at the Place des Festivals

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The latest addition from the Société d'Habitation et de Développement de Montréal (SHDM) to the massive redevelopment project within the Place des Festivals in downtown Montreal is now underway. Îlot Balmoral is set to completely transform a significant portion of the city centre, a capstone to the Quartiers des Spectacles project that is now headed towards completion.
Progress Continues on Le Peterson in Downtown Montreal

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a significant amount of progress has been made at the site of The Benvenuto Group's 31-storey Le Peterson. The NEUF architect(e)s'-designed condo tower is now nearly sealed in the quickly evolving Quartiers des Spectacles.
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My pic, got TDC 1, L'Avenue, Rocabella 1&2, Icone phase 1, Holiday Inn, and YUL phase 1in the pic


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Completion in Sight at Icône Condos
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It's been over five months since our last project update on Downtown Montreal's Icône Condos, a residential highrise development by Metropolitan Parking Inc. that was designed by Béïque, Legault, Thuot Architects. The 39-storey tower that has risen on the site owned by James Essaris will eventually be complemented by a 27-storey sibling in the coming years. The development has been marketed as one of the city's first "smart affordable luxury" condos, with modern residences embracing a tech-savvy urban lifestyle.
Cladding Installation Underway at Montreal's AC Marriott
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progress has been moving along nicely at the site of Canvar's AC Marriott hotel and residence tower.
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Help Identifying Montreal Construction Projects

Hi everyone,

I recently went on a trip to Montreal and have a bunch of photos to share. However I need some help identifying some of the construction projects, since I don't follow what's happening in Montreal very closely. If anyone could help identify the projects in the photo below, it would be very helpful.



I believe that "B" is the AC Hotel and "H" is the YUL Condos. I'm not sure about the others though.

Thanks in advance for your help. (And happy 150th, Canada!)

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A. Îlot Balmoral
B. AC Hotel
C. TOM Condos
D. Manulife House
E. Le Drummond
F. Roccabella 2
G. Quartier de la Montagne
H. YUL Condos

Cheers, hope you had a great visit!
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Damn, this thread needs a huge update. All the small projects are complete/I lost track of them since there's so many going on downtown right now. So I'll focus on the bigger ones, U/C or proposed. Other MTL members feel free to add to the list, I'll for sure need help. I did skip a lot of the smaller projects/ infra such as the REM, Champlain and Turcot.

Projects we're waiting for more news on (feel free to add more that I missed)

-600 Peel (x3)-condos
-750 Peel (x2)-office towers (750+600 Peel are phase 3/4 of Quad Windsor mega project)
-Square Phillips project- Only info I heard was 1,000 + condos and it'll reach maximum height on this lot, which is around 195-199 metres.
-Remaining Square Children's hospital project (we only know of Est/West and 1111 Atwater atm
-Dorchester apartments (120m)- no idea on this yet, it's been years
-Apparently, Roccabella phase three is a thing now
- The two parking lots in front of Place Bonaventure are for sale, combined 1.46m sq ft
-1025 Lucien L'allier (128m) can be office or residential or both
- The vacant lot where SNC headquarters are

Proposed

1. Victoria Sur Le Parc (80%+ units sold, will start within the next few months) 200 metres/656 feet



2. National Bank/Banque National new HQ (1.1 million square feet) 200 metres/656 ft



3. Maestria (still waiting for approval and consultations, doesn't need a waiver for increased height either) 168 metres/ 551 feet x2



4. Solstice- 147.5 metres/ 484 feet



5. 1000 De La Montagne- 144 metres/472.5 feet



6. Quinzicent- 120 metres



Other major projects
-RoyalMount mega-mall/condos
- Quartier des Lumieres (multiple buildings 6-15 floors/4.5 million sq ft development)

Under Construction

1. Tour des Canadiens phase two and three (both 168 metres/551 feet)



2. Humaniti (120 metres/394 feet) will have commercial, office space, a hotel (Marriot of course), rental and condo



3. 628 St. Jacques street (120m/394 ft). Taking a while but work is ongoing



4. Phase two of YUL (120 metres)



5. Est/West (2x 95 metres/312 ft)



6. Union Sur Le Parc (2x 80 metres)- Phase one



7. Centra Condos Phase two



8. Laurent and Clark phase one



Griffintown skyline (now part of downtown Montreal)



All construction pics are from here: https://the514lifeblog.wordpress.com...ber-15th-2018/

-When new projects are announced, I'll make the thread and post in here as well.
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