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Old Posted Apr 28, 2008, 10:31 PM
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This baby is gonna start in late summer rise to 28 or 30 stories...have a look see.......great freakin news!!

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Old Posted Apr 28, 2008, 10:33 PM
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This baby is gonna start in late summer rise to 28 or 30 stories...have a look see.......great freakin news!!

That's very nice, great news!!!
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NOOOo... what will happen to the Vieux-Dublin? My good ol' watering hole.

ah screw it, this place is better!
     
     
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NOOOo... what will happen to the Vieux-Dublin? My good ol' watering hole.

ah screw it, this place is better!


Le restaurant Le Vieux Dublin déménagera au 636 Cathcart au courant de l’été. La vieille bâtisse de 30 ans d'existence sera démolie pour y construire soit des condominiums ou un hôtel.
     
     
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Old Posted Apr 30, 2008, 3:12 AM
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C'est une bien petite tour pour se frotter FACE à FACE avec la gigantesque Place Ville Marie.
J'aime son design et ce que je vois, mais je crois que ça devrait grimper d'une 15aine d'étages ou même plus. Sortez-la de l'ombre.

Beau projet certes.... je suis dur.
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Old Posted May 1, 2008, 11:13 PM
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ayoye j'en reviens pas boom, out of nowhere, et ils commencent déjà cet été

ça va tellement être cooool!!!! nous avons déjà un des CV les plus actifs en Amérique du Nord (possiblement le plus actifs après NYC), imaginez donc ce que ce sera après que ce Marriott et le Hilton sur Sherbrooke (3 coins de rues au Nord) seront terminés.

merci pour le update Marty, awesome news!

quant au look de la tour, bof honnêtement je ne peux jamais m'attendre à un nouveau projet gros et glorieux comme la PVM, la CIBC, le 1250, etc. . . Celui-ci me semble par contre plus beau que le Hilton sur Sherbrooke. Aussi, il me fait beaucoup penser à la Place Montréal Trust . . . mais en beaucoup plus beau. Rien de wow pour moi, mais définitivement je trouve ça très beau. Somme toute, une très excellente addition dans ce coin. Merci Marriott
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great news....but the Dublin! My old Home. I spent 100s of nights and billions of dollars at that place in the 80s-90s.
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Old Posted May 2, 2008, 3:59 AM
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j'aime bien.à 30 étages je la prend tout de suite.c'est pas comme si il y a eu énormément de projets de cet hauteur à Mtl dans les dernières années.une bonne addition ça c'est sure.
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Moi, j'aime bien comme tour !
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ah.. I knew I had a pic of it somewhere.. j'ai soif, maintenant.

     
     
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Is this hotel still a go for late summer start?
     
     
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Old Posted Jun 17, 2008, 1:14 AM
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Très très bien comme design. J'aime la simplicité et la pureté des lignes qui s'en dégage. On voit qu'ils ont réconcilié la trame les douze premiers étages avec les édifices voisins.

Mais comme Serge, je suis innassouvi.

Une quarantaine d'étages donnerait à cette tour une prestance magnifique.
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ah.. I knew I had a pic of it somewhere.. j'ai soif, maintenant.

Hurley's may be more packed, but in my mind the Vieux Dublin was always the best Irish pub in the city.
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Old Posted Jun 17, 2008, 8:24 PM
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^^ Gotta love the beer bottles cemented into the wall beside the sign. Touch 'o class, that!!
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Old Posted Jun 19, 2008, 3:57 AM
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^ cool - thanks for pointing it out, I never noticed it!

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Hurley's may be more packed, but in my mind the Vieux Dublin was always the best Irish pub in the city.
gotta agree. Old Dublin is the only place in which I get the complete feeling I'm in an Irish pub (even though I've never been to Ireland so I honestly don't know what a 'real' one is like!). I guess some reasons for its air of genuiness is that it's so small, it's in a basement, and its atmosphere is more one of warmth than classiness. That's why even though it's such a well known place, it'll always have the feel of a bona fide haunt (to me anyway, and probably to most people too). Maybe it's a bit like Schwartz's in that sense (though Schwartz's is 100 times more famous and 100 times more informal). I love those kinda places. Comfortable yet low key atmosphere and high quality product & service. Great representatives of our culture, I'd say
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