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Old Posted Mar 14, 2007, 2:59 AM
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^^^ THis is not a language thread but a contruction thread for montreal.. i don't see any reason to bring up whatever it is u were trying to say...
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2007, 3:49 AM
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Update 13/03/07

- Les Résidences Gouverneurs are now under construction.

- The website of le 1500 René-Lévesque Ouest is closed, the rental office too. The project will be probably cancelled.

- There is new renders of the 701 University :







- There is new projects:

Le Lowney

Architects: ?
Completion: 2008
Usage: Residential
Status: Approved

? meters - 10 floors






Campus de l'UDM

Architects: ?
Status: Under construction
Completion:2010
Usage: New residences for 1000 students of Université de Montréal
Cost: $1 billion







333 Sherbrooke phase 2

Architects: ?
Completion:2008
Usage: Residential
Status: Approved

? meters - 10 floors








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Old Posted Mar 14, 2007, 8:16 AM
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701 University = Saint Jacques lands ... is it approved ??
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2007, 6:47 PM
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Unfortunately, the project just a proposal...but a serious proposal!
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Old Posted Mar 15, 2007, 2:25 AM
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Construction update: (I took all of those pictures, exept the one of 400 Sherbrooke Ouest)

Crystal de La Montagne, 18/02/07



Îlot Voyageur, 02/01/07



Terrases Windsor, 02/01/07



Tour Québécor, 02/01/07



Westin Montréal, 02/01/07



801 Signature, 02/01/07



Beaux-Arts Condominiums
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Le Concorde
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400 Sherbrooke Ouest, 01/03/07 (Picture by francely57)

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Le Westin Montréal sera environ quoi, 100 mètres de haut?
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Montreal is such a fantastic city. Great to see so many cool projects in the works. Montreal's architecture is amongst the best in the world, hands down.
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Est-ce qu'il y a des bonnes nouvelles pour le 1300 René-Lévesque Ouest ? Ou le projet est mort ?
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New project - Redeveloppement of Bonaventure expressway into an urban boulevard and a new entrance to the city





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Question sur l'ilot voyageur, avec les problèmes de l'UQAM est-ce que la portion de 13 étages qui donne sur Maisonneuve sera construite ou pas ?
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Pourquoi il y a-t-il une limite de hauteur pour les buildings qui sont situés à l'est et à l'ouest du Mont-Royal????
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Bon, maybe somone can answer my question in english..........why is ther an height limit for the buildings located east and west of the Mount Royal???
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Pourquoi il y a-t-il une limite de hauteur pour les buildings qui sont situés à l'est et à l'ouest du Mont-Royal????
Je pense que c'est pour garder un genre d'effet de contraste. En mettant les building moins grand que la montagne, elle parait plus grande et les buildings aussi. Par exemple, les buildings à Toronto paraissent tous petits à côté de la tour du CN, tandis que plusieurs d'entre eux sont plus grands que les gratte ciel à Montréal. Aussi pour que le mont soit dans le sky-line et qu'on le perdre pas de vue derrière les buildings. La limite de hauteur est autour de 210mètre.
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Je pense que c'est pour garder un genre d'effet de contraste. En mettant les building moins grand que la montagne, elle parait plus grande et les buildings aussi. Par exemple, les buildings à Toronto paraissent tous petits à côté de la tour du CN, tandis que plusieurs d'entre eux sont plus grands que les gratte ciel à Montréal. Aussi pour que le mont soit dans le sky-line et qu'on le perdre pas de vue derrière les buildings. La limite de hauteur est autour de 210mètre.
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230 metres je penese bien...
Esceque Vancouver a aussi cette type de restriction? On diriait qu'il y a un grand nombre de gratte-ciels qui sont tous sous une certaine limite...
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The View from Labatt Park would have been awesome!
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Nice thread Gilbert!
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230 metres je penese bien...
Esceque Vancouver a aussi cette type de restriction? On diriait qu'il y a un grand nombre de gratte-ciels qui sont tous sous une certaine limite...
Réponse sur Wikipedia en anglais :

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Vancouver's "View Protection Guidelines" were approved in 1989 and amended in 1990, establishing view corridors in the downtown with height limits to protect views of the North Shore Mountains. These guidelines have succeeded in preserving mountain views, although some find Vancouver's skyline flat and lacking in visual interest. Many agree that there is a need for some taller buildings to reflect Vancouver's contemporary image, but others are concerned about proposals for much higher buildings. Many believe that the natural setting, and in particular, views of the North Shore Mountains, may be hindered as tall buildings grow in number. In response to these concerns, Council commissioned a "Skyline Study" in 1997.[109]

The Skyline Study concluded that Vancouver's skyline would benefit from the addition of a handful of buildings exceeding current height limits, to add visual interest to Vancouver's skyline. This led to the General Policy on Higher Buildings. The study noted that the opportunities for such buildings were restricted due to a limited number of large development sites in the downtown. There were at least five sites identified where buildings exceeding the 137 metres (450 ft) height limit are possible, and at least two sites in the northwest corner of the central business district where heights up to 122 metres (400 ft) (exceeding the 91 metre/300 foot limit) might be considered.[110] Eight years later, five of the seven identified sites for higher buildings have been developed or are in the development application process. The tallest of these new buildings is the Living Shangri-La hotel/residential tower, which when completed in 2009 will stand 197 meters (646 ft)[107] tall (61 storeys).[111]
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Question proposed or not ?

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- There is new renders of the 701 University :







It it a go with this building ?
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