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What are the tallest proposed, approved or U/C buildings in Montreal at the moment?
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701 University is a really sexy project. I think this one is gonna go forward.
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Updated projects masterlist – by Gilbert (mtlurb.com)


Under construction


Hilton Garden Inn

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Groupe Canvar
Architect: Geiger Huot Architectes

Floors: 37 fl
Designation: 200-room hotel (first 13 fl), residential





Louis Bohème

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: SacresaCanada, Iber Management
Architect: Menkès, Shooner, Dagenais, Letourneux

Height : 85m
Floors: 28 fl
Designation: Residential




Crystal de la Montagne

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Le Crystal de la Montagne / S.E.N.C.
Architect: BLT Architectes

Floors: 27 fl
Designation: 131 suites, 59 luxurious condominium residences




Le Vistal 1 & 2

Expected Occupancy: 2008 - 2009

Developer: Groupe Proment
Designation : Residential

Floors: 2*28 fl
Designation: Residential




Westin Montreal

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Atlific
Architect: Geiger Huot Architectes

Floors: 20 fl
Designation: 432 deluxe rooms and suites



Quebecor Head Office Expansion

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Québécor
Architect: Cardinal Hardy / Arcop

Floors: 19 fl
Designation: Office space




Université de Sherbrooke

Expected Occupancy: 2009
City : Longueuil

Developer: Université de Sherbrooke

Floors: 17 fl
Designation: University building




Boisé Notre-Dame

Expected Occupancy: 2008
City : Laval

Developer: Groupe Joyal

Floors: 3*17 fl
Designation: Residential





Îlot Voyageur

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: UQAM

Floors: 2*9 fl / 16 fl
Designation: University building and a new bus terminal




Villa Latella - Mont-Carmel

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: San Carlo Construction Inc.

Floors: 15 fl
Designation: Residential




John Molson School of Business Building

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Concordia University
Architects: KPMB Architects – FSA Architectes

Floors: 15 fl
Designation: University building




Île Paton

Expected Occupancy: 2009
City : Laval

Developer: Magil-Laurentian

Floors: 2*14 fl
Designation: residential




Sir George Simpson

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Groupe Lépine
Architects: DCYSA

Floors: 13 fl
Designation: Residential




LUX Résidences Gouverneur

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Gouverneur Residences
Architects: DCYSA

Floors: 4*12 fl
Designation: Residential




Lowney / Phase III

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Groupe Prével
Architects: DCYSA

Floors: 10 fl
Designation: Residential




333 Sherbrooke Est

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Homburg Invest Inc.
Architects: Cardinal Hardy et Associés

Floors: 2*10 fl
Designation: Residential




Stade Saputo

Team : Impact de Montréal

Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Groupe Saputo
Architect: Zinno Zappitelli Architectes

Number of seats: 13,000 seats, expandable to 17,000




Lac Mirabel

Expected Occupancy: 2009
City : Mirabel

Developer: Gordon Group Holdings, LLC / Morgan Stanley Real Estate

Designation:

330 acre site (14 million square feet) with a 2.6 million square foot super regional shopping, entertainment and multi-sport complex
Canada’s first indoor/outdoor LEED certified green destination.





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Approved


701 University

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Magil Laurentienne
Architect: BLT architectes

Floors: 33 fl / 15 fl
Designation: mixed-use complex




Place de la Cité Internationale

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Westcliff

Floors: 31 fl
Designation: An office tower of 725,000 square-foot




900 De Maisonneuve Ouest

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Hines / SITQ
Architect: Pickard Chilton Architects / Menkès Shooner Dagenais Letourneux

Floors: 28 fl
Designation: An office tower of 400,000 square feet




Blu Rivage

Expected Occupancy: 2009
City : Longueuil

Developer: True North Properties Ltd.

Floors: 25 fl
Designation: residential




1440 de la Montagne

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Architect: Miguel Escobar architecture

Floors: 22 fl
Designation: residential




Campus d'Outremont

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Université de Montréal
Architects: Cardinal Hardy / Provencher & Roy architectes

Number of buildings: 19 buildings
Designation: University Buildings




CHUM

Expected Occupancy: 2013

Developer: Governments / Université de Montréal
Architect: BPYA
Cost of the project: $1,8 billion

Floors: 2*16 fl
Designation: French university hospital




Cité Nature

Expected Occupancy: 2011

Developer: Groupe El-Ad
Architect: Béïque, Legault, Thuot architectes

Floors: 5*10@14 fl / 9,13,14 fl
Designation: Development of 1,400 residential units behind the Olympic Village




Lowney / Phase IV

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Groupe Prével

Floors: 10 fl
Designation: residential




M9-02

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Développements McGill
Architect: NOMADE

Floors: 9 fl
Designation: Commercial, residential




MUHC

Expected Occupancy: 2013

Developer: Governments / McGill University
Cost of the project: $1,5 billion

Designation: English university hospital





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Proposed


Griffintown - New Montréal's tallest towers

Expected Occupancy: ~2012

Developer: Rockland Hakim et Associés

Floors: 2*60 fl
Designation: $2.5-billion mixed-use complex, including a train/tramway station,
a private hospital (24 floors), residential units, commercial spaces and a 5-star hotel.
It's one of the biggest private investments in Montreal's history.

(No render)


1500 René Levesque West

Expected Occupancy: 2011

Architect: Panzini Architectes

Floors: 2*32 fl
Designation: residential (not official)




Tour Rogers

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Rogers / SHDM

Floors: 30 fl
Designation: Office

(No render)


Les Diamants (Place Métropolitain)

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Groupe Essaris
Architect: DCYSA

Floors: 2*28 fl
Designation: mixed-use complex




1215 Phillips Square

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2012

Developer: Canderel

Floors: 25 fl
Designation: A LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) office tower of 900,000 pi.ca




750 Peel

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: KDP / Aecon
Architect: DCYSA

Floors: 21 fl / 2*12 fl
Designation: 1,500 student residences




1800 René-Lévesque West

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2011

Developer: Sacresa Canada
Architect: MSDL Architectes

Floors: 14/21 fl
Designation: residential




Commodore marina development

Expected Occupancy: 2010
City: Laval

Floors: 3*19 fl
Designation: Residential




Le Chagall

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Engel Construction and Development Group
Architect: GCB Architectes

Floors: 2*17 fl
Designation: residential




Stanley/Cypress

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Floors: 17 fl
Designation: residential




[B]SIDEV - Spectrum/B]

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: SIDEV

Floors: 15-to-17 fl
Designation: office

(No render)


Sidev project - Ben's

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: SIDEV

Floors: 15 fl
Designation: hotel / residential

(No render)


Papineau/Ste-Catherine

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: CANRIL

Floors: 14 fl
Designation: residential




Le Quartier Parisien

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Engel Construction and Development Group
Architect: Karl Fischer Architectes

Floors: 6*13 fl
Designation: residential





1 Avenue du Port

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Architect: Panzini Architectes

Floors: 13 fl
Designation: residential




Ritz Carlton expansion

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Ritz Carlton
Architect: Provencher + Roy Associés

Floors: 12 fl
Designation: hotel




Porto Novo

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Architect: Panzini Architectes

Floors: 11 fl
Designation: residential




Cité Multimédia

Expected Occupancy: 2009

Architect: Lemay, Michaud architecture design

Floors: 10 fl
Designation: office




Silo No. 5: Museum of Modern Art

Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal

Designation: Conversion of an old 500 meters long silo into a new Museum of Modern Art





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Others developments



Village Griffintown

Status: Approved

Construction start : 2009
Expected Occupancy: 2018-2019

Developer: Devimco
Architects: Martin + Marcotte architectes / Daniel Arbour & Associés

Cost:$1.3-billion

Permanent jobs created: 4,330
Jobs created during the construction: 10,250 per years

Height: The project would feature several towers ranging from 10 to 24 storeys;
the tallest building would be a hotel overlooking the Lachine Canal, which would have 32 floors.

Designation : $1.3-billion residential and commercial plan that it says will revitalize Griffintown,
a run-down area. It's one of the biggest private investments in Montreal's history


The project inclued :
  • 3,860 residential units, from low-income rental housing to high-end luxury condominiums. Sixty-five per cent of the project's floor space would be housing.
  • To allay concerns of heritage activists, the developer said it will protect 12 structures in the area, the former heart of the city's Irish community.
  • A mix of retail outlets, including services, shops and restaurants, accounting for 18 per cent of the project. Most retail space would be for small and medium-sized stores, with less than a quarter devoted to large-surface stores.
  • A 2,000-seat theatre.




Other project included in the development:

Griffintown - New Montréal's tallest towers

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: ~2012

Floors: 2*60 fl
Designation: $2.5-billion mixed-use complex, including a train/tramway station,
a private hospital (24 floors), residential units, commercial spaces and a 5-star hotel.
It's one of the biggest private investments in Montreal's history.

(Details above)




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Transformation of the Bonaventure Expressway
at the Downtown Gateway


Status: Approved

Construction start : 2009

Developer: Ville de Montréal and the Société du Havre de Montréal
Architects: Cardinal Hardy

Permanent jobs created: 4,020

Height: The project would feature several towers ranging from 6 to 15 storeys;
the tallest building would be a office tower located near the Montreal Stock Exchange Tower, which would have 33 floors.

Designation : The demolition of the Bonaventure Expressway will create a major urban boulevard
with lanes located on either side of a string of central city
blocks to be made available for development.

The project inclued :
  • 600 residential units, 5.000 m2 of retail business space and 43,000 m2 of office space in the central city blocks.
  • The lowering of the expressway contributes to urban renewal, freeing-up 17,370 m2 of land for development.
  • the CN rail viaduct has 20,495 m2 of ground-level space, part of which can be used for commercial or public purposes.




Phase I - The Bonaventure Expressway

Statut : Approved - analysis of the costs of construction and demolition

Construction start : 2009
Expected Occupancy: 2011

Cost:$90-million

Designation : The demolition of the Bonaventure Expressway.


Other project included in the development :

701 University

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2010

Floors: 33 fl / 15 fl
Designation: mixed-use complex

(Details above)




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Quartier des spectacles

Developer: Ville de Montréal / Quebec governement / Quartier des spectacles / Private developers

Characteristics: Le Quartier des spectacles is an art district of 94 hectares, on the East part of downtown.
There is 28 performance spaces seating 28,000 spectators and approximately 8,500 jobs linked to the cultural sector.


Projects :

Hilton Garden Inn

Status: Under construction
Expected Occupancy: 2008

Floors: 37 fl
Designation: 200-room hotel (first 13 fl), residential

(Details above)

Îlot Balmoral - Tour Rogers

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2010

Floors: 30 fl
Designation: Office

(Details above)

Louis Bohème

Status: Under construction
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Height : 85m
Floors: 28 fl
Designation: Residential

(Details above)

Sleb 2

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Floors: 16 fl
Designation: residential

(Details above)

Le Montmarte

Status: Under construction
Expected Occupancy: 2008

Developer: Groupe Tidan / Groupe Maya
Architect: Menkès, Shooner, Dagenais, Letourneux

Floors: 8 fl
Designation: Residential



Maison du Développement Durable

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Center for Sustainable Development (Maison du développement durable inc.)
Architect: Menkès, Shooner, Dagenais, Letourneux

Floors: 8 fl
Designation: an ecological office building for eight Quebec organizations dedicated to sustainable development



Maison du festival de jazz

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Festival International de Jazz de Montréal

Floors: 7 fl
Designation: Jazz hall of fame, a jazz concert hall of 300-seats

(No render)

2-22 Sainte-Catherine (Red Light)

Status: Approved / Demolition of the old building
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Société de développement Angus
Architect: Ædifica Architecture

Floors: 6 fl
Designation: Cultural building



LADMMI

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Floors: 6 fl
Designation: Dance school



SIDEV - Spectrum

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: SIDEV

Floors: 4 fl
Designation: Commercial

This is the first part of a three phases project. The others phases wil be on the first, so they will be higher.



Montreal Symphony Orchestra Concert Hall

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2011

Designation: A new $105 million concert hall for the MSO of 1,900-seats.

(No render)

Îlot Balmoral - Concert hall

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: ~2011

Designation: A new 1,000-seats concert hall.

(No render)




Places des festivals:

Designation: Permanent Places for Montreal' many festivals. Redevelopment of the streets and the places around the Place des Arts.




Place du Quartier des spectacles

Status: Under construction
Inauguration of the square: Summer 2009 - just in time for the 30th anniversary of the Festival international de jazz de Montreal.



Esplanade Clark

Status: Approved
Inauguration : Summer 2010 - just in time for the Montreal's summer festivals.



Ste. Catherine Street - Transformation into a public space

Status: Approved
Inauguration : Summer 2011 - just in time for the Montreal's summer festivals.



Promenade des festivals - Place de l'Adresse Symphonique

Status: Approved
Inauguration : Summer 2012 - just in time for the Montreal's summer festivals.



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What are the tallest proposed, approved or U/C buildings in Montreal at the moment?
Griffintown - New Montréal's tallest towers

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: ~2012

Floors: 2*60 fl
Designation: $2.5-billion mixed-use complex, including a train/tramway station,
a private hospital (24 floors), residential units, commercial spaces and a 5-star hotel.
It's one of the biggest private investments in Montreal's history.

(Details above)
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There is some new projects :


1500 René Levesque West

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2011

Architect: Panzini Architectes

Floors: 2*32 fl
Designation: residential (not official)



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Lowney / Phase IV

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: Groupe Prével

Floors: 10 fl
Designation: residential



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M9 - Phase II

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2010

Developer: Développements McGill
Architect: NOMADE

Floors: 9 fl
Designation: Mixed-use tower



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1800 René-Lévesque West

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2011

Developer: Sacresa Canada
Architect: MSDL Architectes

Floors: 14/21 fl
Designation: residential



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1215 Phillips Square

Status: Proposed
Expected Occupancy: 2012

Developer: Canderel

Floors: 25 fl
Designation: A LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) office tower of 900,000 pi.ca



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SIDEV - Spectrum

Status: Approved
Expected Occupancy: 2009

Developer: SIDEV

Floors: 4 fl
Designation: Commercial

This is the first part of a three phases project. The others phases wil be on the first, so they will be higher.

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Thank you very much Gilbert for this update

So the former Saint Jacques Lands is finally going to be built , great news for MTL.

Damn , but I have no longer time to follow all MTL activity , this thread is really what I need to keep up.
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More pics of Lac Mirabel... This thing is going to be HUGE!

Lac Mirabel is going to be the newest mall in maybe the most entertaining of all!!! Completion is supposed to be fall 2009.
Cost: 425M$
The whole project is 14 million Square-feet and include 2.2 million square-feet of retail space. It's going to become one of the biggest mall in the world.

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Lac Mirabel
Montreal, Canada
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Lac Mirabel, a 130-hectare mixed-use development in suburban Montreal, features a 160,000 square metre retail & entertainment shopping centre anchored by a high-end European spa, an auto test track, an aquarium as well as state-of-the-art movie cinemas. The mall is the heart of a mixed-use community featuring 800 condo units, townhomes, a high-end hotel and conference centre. Numerous lakes, forest and pathways unite the various components, allowing for four-season outdoor programming including hiking, snowmobiling and skiing. The project is located just south of Mont Tremblant, the largest ski resort in eastern North America.

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400 Sherbrooke West-September 3

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depuis University, le matin


gros smog visible sur Sherbrooke



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Yep the 400 Sherb is pretty much topped off now. Now what? The 110m marriott on University and cathcart? The 3 to 4 towers of varying heights on Rene-Levesque? The 701 University (31 floors) The 900 Maisonneuve (28 floors)?

I'm looking forward for the square Viger!
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Sorry if this has been brought up somewhere else in the forum, but I understand that the limits on the heights of buuildings in Montréal were based on the height of Mont Royal, the hill and park behind the downtown core. It is intended that no excessively tall buildings would overwhelm the views of/from the hill. Can anyone confirm/deny?
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The 4th pic from the bottom of the last batch of pics got my att'n. The Garden Inn really changes the view looking down Sherbrooke.

My sister went to McGill back in the mid-70's, so I know this part of town very well. Looks like you were standing in front of the old music building (my sister's bldg) when you took this picture.* I like it. Hilton Hotels found a good spot.




*actually, you were a few blocks west of the music building, which sits at the head of Avenue Union. I didn't see what was in the foreground.
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Hi. I'm new and from montreal and i was wondering.

Why no big skyscraper in montreal?

I mean, well. take any USA city with more than 1million people and you'll see that this city have at least 2 skyscraper over 250meter.

So why did montreal, with 1,6 million doesn't have nothing higher than 200?
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ahh... I moved three weeks ago... I was living right beside the LUX Gouverneurs residence... Now I live near the Lac-Mirabel project... I can tell you that it's gonna be huge! Until now there is only the parking lots and the streets, and it already looks big...

I'm wondering now about the new UdeM campus in Outremont, is there anything new?
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Damn, I miss my hometown. How is the economy holding up in Montreal?
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