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Old Posted Dec 20, 2011, 5:40 PM
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MONTREAL | TOM Condos | 122 M / 400 FT | 40 FLOORS

MONTREAL | TOM Condos | 122 M | 40 FLOORS

$70 million project on a surface parking lot. It will incorporate 377 units, five levels of underground parking as well as businesses on the ground floor.


http://www.montreal2025.com/projet.php?id=331&lang=fr


http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/pls/port....FINAL.WEB.PDF

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Tis is a project I really hope goes through quickly, what a perfect spot to build a tower.

Although I think everyone agrees a better, fresher cladding is in order.
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I know it's only been a month but anyone have any more info about this project? Where for example would it be located...I ask because I don't recognize the 2 buildings on either side in the rendering
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Here is the parking lot on which it would be built.

http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=fr&ll=...34930234265988
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Here is the parking lot on which it would be built.

http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=fr&ll=...34930234265988
Cool...thanks

WOW...pretty close to Square Phillips and with that other proposed tower at 1215 that area of town would start filling in nicely. Crossing my fingers
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It's on Union street. Here's where it is on Google map:

http://maps.google.ca/maps?q=google+...16.93,,0,-8.27
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It's on Union street. Here's where it is on Google map:

http://maps.google.ca/maps?q=google+...16.93,,0,-8.27
Donc, ce serait en biais avec l'Altitude !!??
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Tout à fait. Cet îlot est destiné à changer de façon drastique au cours des prochaines années.
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Oui! Du changement! Montréal le mérite. Une si belle ville entachée par des buildings comme la Place Ville-Marie ou le 1000 de la Gauchetière.

Ah Montréal....Ah le Québec... Parfois je m'ennuie mais ça ne dure jamais longtemps. Quand je sors dehors au mois de janvier et qu'il fait 20 degrés à Hollywood et qu'ensuite je pense au -10 que vous avez et que j'avait, ça disparait. J'adore L.A.!
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Oui! Du changement! Montréal le mérite. Une si belle ville entachée par des buildings comme la Place Ville-Marie ou le 1000 de la Gauchetière.

Ah Montréal....Ah le Québec... Parfois je m'ennuie mais ça ne dure jamais longtemps. Quand je sors dehors au mois de janvier et qu'il fait 20 degrés à Hollywood et qu'ensuite je pense au -10 que vous avez et que j'avait, ça disparait. J'adore L.A.!
La Place Ville-Marie et le 1000 sont de très beau édifices..
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Oui! Du changement! Montréal le mérite. Une si belle ville entachée par des buildings comme la Place Ville-Marie ou le 1000 de la Gauchetière.

Ah Montréal....Ah le Québec... Parfois je m'ennuie mais ça ne dure jamais longtemps. Quand je sors dehors au mois de janvier et qu'il fait 20 degrés à Hollywood et qu'ensuite je pense au -10 que vous avez et que j'avait, ça disparait. J'adore L.A.!
J'aime mieux un -10 ou un -20 de temps en temps que les 7 fléaux de Los Angeles (Les tremblements de terre, l'extrème chaleur, la circulation, la pollution, Paris Hilton, la violence et les feux).
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La ville des anges déchus!!
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Très beau projet, construisez moi ça au plus vite
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La Place Ville-Marie et le 1000 sont de très beau édifices..
Tout à fait d'accord avec toi. On peut bien reprocher toute sorte de chose à Montréal en matière de gratte-ciels, mais ses édifices phares (le 1000, le 1250, la Tour de la Bourse, la Place Victoria et la tour CIBC) sont vraiment très classe.
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how come TOUR UNION isn't in my Montreal's database?
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Someone still needs to draw it - http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=98414
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Oui! Du changement! Montréal le mérite. Une si belle ville entachée par des buildings comme la Place Ville-Marie ou le 1000 de la Gauchetière.

Ah Montréal....Ah le Québec... Parfois je m'ennuie mais ça ne dure jamais longtemps. Quand je sors dehors au mois de janvier et qu'il fait 20 degrés à Hollywood et qu'ensuite je pense au -10 que vous avez et que j'avait, ça disparait. J'adore L.A.!
PVM est un édifice dans le plus pur style international et tout en respectant le style le magnifie, le rend plus attrayant. Quant au 1000, je n'irai pas aussi loin que toi mais il a un grave défaut : il ne possède que deux facades intéressantes (la nord et la sud). Les deux autres sont insignifiantes malheureusement !!

Pour ce qui est de Los Angeles : une ville "tout à l'auto" ?!?!?! Non merci !!! Une ville qui peut très bien être complètement rayée de la carte ce soir ou n'importe quand ? Non merci !!!!!! Paris Hilton ? Hum...laissez-moi réfléchir !!!
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Very close minded attitude. There's more to LA than that I'm sure, just as ignorant as saying everyone in Montreal is poor, or a separatist, etc.
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^ Unfortunately this is the sort of prevailing wisdom on mtlurb. Most American cities to them are sprawling hellholes overrun by God-fearing xenophobes driving huge polluting cars (and listening to Rush Limbaugh's noise pollution over the radio). (Here is a recent photo thread someone did on LA.. It's not that bad http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=198013 )

There is more to America (and Los Angeles) than what the tired stereotypes suggest.
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^ Unfortunately this is the sort of prevailing wisdom on mtlurb. Most American cities to them are sprawling hellholes overrun by God-fearing xenophobes driving huge polluting cars (and listening to Rush Limbaugh's noise pollution over the radio). (Here is a recent photo thread someone did on LA.. It's not that bad http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=198013 )

There is more to America (and Los Angeles) than what the tired stereotypes suggest.


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