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QUEBEC CITY | Complexe Jules Dallaire | 360FT / 110M & 311FT / 95M | 29 & 25 FLOORS

Complexe Jules Dallaire - Quebec City (Ste-foy)

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Tower II's already built podium and her recently installed crane with tower I in the background. Tower I will be added more floors for a total of 25 later, probably after tower II is completed.

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Oh Its only 109m high? So it isn't uniquely an office development I suppose...
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No, from the infos i gathered in the Québec section, the first 13 floors of Tower II are supposed to be office and the top floors, condos.

The built section of Tower I (17 floors) is all office while the future top part is announced to be a 200 room hotel.

So both towers should be mixed-use.
     
     
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Ah ok then! Still, good to see Quebec developing a "La Defense" business district. Now, all there needs to be done is to tear down Marie-Guyart and Quebec will be back in tip-top shape!
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Poor good ol complexe G!

Alright, so we now have the official height directly from Cominar (the developper). Tower I will be 95M and Tower II, 110M. Tower II will become the second tallest in the city!
     
     
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Some pics i took 2 summers ago

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Tower I with Tower II underground parking in foreground


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C'est tout de même étrange de voir les logos de la Banque Laurentienne, la Banque de Montréal et de la Banque CIBC sur une seule et même façade!!!


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Enfin un peu plus d'action sur le chantier ce matin, j'ai cru voir au moins 5 travailleurs...

Blague a part, le 2e étage (supplementaire) progresse enfin.

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nice. by the pic of the one tower already built, the two towers together are going to look really neat when viewed at the corner and the two curved glass facades are in view.
     
     
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Yes, definitely! Its that angle of the towers you'll see when approaching from Montreal on the 20 and entering Quebec City from the Bridges and Boulevard Laurier. (if you didnt know that)
     
     
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Good to see QC getting some love.

Are these towers "Downtown"? (sorry - I'm not that familiar with the city).
     
     
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Good to see QC getting some love.

Are these towers "Downtown"? (sorry - I'm not that familiar with the city).
Not presently, but this area of the city may very well become the new downtown. Actually, Québec City is more similar to an European city in the way that it doesn't really have a "true" downtown in the American sense. However, Sainte-Foy could very well moves the goalposts.
     
     
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des images postées sur le thread des projets de la ville de Québec mais je les mets ici aussi





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Voila ! Avec le 20e étage en début de construction, il en restera 9 ensuite à construire en incluant les étages mécaniques, bref environ 40% de sa hauteur actuelle à ajouter.







     
     
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