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MONTREAL | Victoria sur le Parc | 200 M / 656 FT | 56 FLOORS

Montreal will have a new tallest residential building. Broccolini wants to build a 56-floor mix-use building downtown. 8-floors will be office/retail, 400 condo units and 600,000 sq. ft total. Sales should start this fall and will be built next to Banque National's new HQ, which will be the biggest office tower to be built in Montreal since 1992.

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Can a mod please change the thread title to 700 St. Jacques, 56-floor/200M, please.

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Cool MONTREAL | 700 St. Jacques | 200 M | 56 FLOORS

Condo tower next to the new Banque National HQ. 56-floors, 200 metres tall. Renders are still preliminary.








The tower on the right-hand side is the condo project.
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First render of the project

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this would be a great catch for Montreal. Now on to 60+ stories...
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This will be THE corner of downtown Montreal to keep an eye on for the next few years. In addition to the Quad Windsor and vicinity which is showing no signs of letting up
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It looks like they are building the sales office. Mine.

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This thread should be renamed:

MONTREAL | Victoria sur le Parc | 200 M / 656 FT | 56 FLOORS

http://www.victoriasurleparc.com/
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Beautiful. It's a mini 2 WTC!
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Way to go Montreal, that looks fantastic. I'm seeing on the database that it is mixed-use, so is it like part hotel, part residential? Or what are the uses?
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Way to go Montreal, that looks fantastic. I'm seeing on the database that it is mixed-use, so is it like part hotel, part residential? Or what are the uses?
Office / Commercial / Residential.
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Montreal hasn't "skyscraped" up to 200m since the construction of the IBM Marathon Tower (1250 René Lévesque) and 1000 de la Gauchetière in the early 1990s. It took nearly 30 years - qu'on est patient, les fans de gratte-ciel à Montréal! So this (and the National Bank tower next door are sort-of landmarks in our skyscraper construction history. Plus, if I'm not mistaken, these two towers will instantly become number 2 and number 3 in height in Montreal once completed... no? Or more like 3 and 4, if we include the mast atop 1250.

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Now, who's going to dare to be the first to surpass 1000 De La Gauchetière, even if it's only by a couple of metres, to remain within our infamous height limits?
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Now, who's going to dare to be the first to surpass 1000 De La Gauchetière, even if it's only by a couple of metres, to remain within our infamous height limits?
The limit used to be Mount Royal which is at 232,5 m from sea level. The elevation on Saint-Jacques is at 15 m which means that both the Banque National and Victoria sur le Parc could have built up to 217,5 m...

But the regulation has been updated in 2016. Now the true limit is 200 m.

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5.1.1 Les limites de hauteur

La réglementation d'arrondissement ne peut permettre une hauteur de bâtiment supérieure à la moins élevée des hauteurs suivantes :

- Une hauteur de 232,5 mètres au-dessus du niveau de la mer;

- Une hauteur de 200 mètres.

http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/p..._schema=PORTAL
To translate, the limit is still the elevation of Mount Royal as I explained OR 200 m, the lowest of the two. So both BNC and Victoria are max out in height.

With these rules, 1000 de la Gauchetière will always be the tallest (or if you prefer le 1250 René-Lévesque which is "officially" 230 m with its spear).
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In the latest communications, they are talking about 58 floors.
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