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Old Posted Apr 3, 2012, 6:30 PM
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MONTREAL | Le Peterson | 105 M / 344 FT | 31 FLOORS

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Le Peterson : 280 unités d'habitation au cœur du Quartier des spectacles
Avec une architecture audacieuse, Le Peterson est un autre exemple de projet structurant pour le centre-ville. Conforme au Plan d'urbanisme, cette tour de 34 étages comptant 280 nouvelles unités d'habitation prévoit le comblement d'un stationnement de surface situé à l'extrémité nord du Quartier des spectacles, tout près du Louis-Bohème, qui compte 28 étages.

http://blogues.cyberpresse.ca/lapres...es/immobilier/

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This one will be 113M.
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Old Posted Apr 3, 2012, 9:11 PM
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I love it. My favorite of the new proposals.
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I love it. My favorite of the new proposals.
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Some folks at mtlurb seem to think this project is way to beautiful to be all cramped up in a corner... I had the same impression at first, knowing concorde is a tiny street.
But tonight I was at a friends place on the 21st floor with a view unto sherbrooke and I finally got it. From anywhere east of de la concorde this building is gonna pop like a mofo. Its going to be just as viewable as the hilton and without a doubt an eye-catcher for anyone in the surroundings.

Whoever lives on the 10-34 floors is going to have a VIP view of the jazz fest.

MAD PROPS to this project!
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Whoever lives on the 10-34 floors is going to have a VIP view of the jazz fest.
I'm pretty sure that the first floors (podium) will be parking (look at the rendering). The people living in that tower should have a great view of the area.
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I'm pretty sure that the first floors (podium) will be parking (look at the rendering). The people living in that tower should have a great view of the area.
Parkings or offices.
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by the cost of the tower, i'd guess - very unfortunately - that you're right about the podium going to the auto storage. alas, one can't have everything, and at least it's off on a ruelle and won't detract enormously from a street experience. whatever the negative for the immediate area, that tower will look fantastic from anywhere it can be seen, fantastic.
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by the cost of the tower, i'd guess - very unfortunately - that you're right about the podium going to the auto storage. alas, one can't have everything, and at least it's off on a ruelle and won't detract enormously from a street experience. whatever the negative for the immediate area, that tower will look fantastic from anywhere it can be seen, fantastic.
Doesn't the rendering suggest otherwise though? I mean why would they put nice glass windows in an auto garage?
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I didn't realize that there was so much room in there. The tower looks different for some reason.
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Doesn't the rendering suggest otherwise though? I mean why would they put nice glass windows in an auto garage?
hard to tell what's going on. the other renders that i saw had no windows at all (looking south). if it's office, with those ceilings, it's aaa, which would be weird in that spot, especially so far from mcgill. if it's residential, one would expect that they'd save the floor space for the upper floors where they could command more dollars per square meter. but then, it's highly possible that those lower floors will be chopped up into loft-like studios, making the space distribution seem reasonable. still, given the cost of the project 34 floors at 80 million, i'd guess no more than 2 short floors and the mechanical underground (as opposed to on top). that, the windowless rendering and the obscure street next to 3-4 hotels/mcgill residence hall makes the parking podium look like a good bet.

mystery easily resolved once the application comes online.
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Here is an SSP exclusive photo for you:

http://www.montreal2025.com/projet.php?id=346&lang=fr

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J'aimais beaucoup mieux l'ancien rendu :/
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yeah, totally rescind my praise of this project after seeing that last render. what a monstrosity.
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yeah, totally rescind my praise of this project after seeing that last render. what a monstrosity.
Premièrement, les deux nouvelles évocations selon moi montrent des différents point de vue du même édifice : je ne crois pas que le prijet a été modifié.

Deuxièmement, il est arrivé très souvent que les uns et les autres nous crituions un projet avant qu'il soit terminé et qu'au bout du compte les résultat final soit tout à fait différent des évocations -en mieux ou en pire. Je crois qu'il vaut mieux attendre de voir l'édifice terminé avant de critiquer.
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Premièrement, les deux nouvelles évocations selon moi montrent des différents point de vue du même édifice : je ne crois pas que le prijet a été modifié.
Tout à fait. Je suis à peu près certain que c'est exactement la même chose.
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A serious bunch of Montréal projects suddenly came out of the woods. You guys kept them hidden for long.
Maybe when all these are built, they'll bring something real tall at last.
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