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  1. YUL - 38, 38 étages

    Est-ce que ces terrains sont zonés pour des fins autres que résidentiels?
  2. Maison Manuvie - 28 étages

    En rose pour la Saint-Valentin
  3. I actually think this makes it better for a stadium. After construction is finished, we can always add an station that is only operational during stadium events on the line after the Griffintown station. When there are no games, the train can just skip this station altogether. There are a few examples in the US of subway/train stations open on game-days only (ex: Victory Station in Dallas was only open on game-days for the first 6 years it was open). Under the new path, the train runs RIGHT NEXT to the land for the stadium. Given that the tracks will be above ground, the construction of this station will cost single-digit millions (say between $4M and $6M) instead of an underground/underwater station with triple-digit millions (say between $100M and $200M).
  4. Quartier de la Montagne - 18 étages

    I'm pretty sure that most of those are elevator doors made of metal that will be closed off when the project is finished.
  5. C’est vrai. Sauf que selon moi, même à 210 m, le 600 rue Peel respectera (à tout le moins, presque) la ligne directrice. La tour en bleue est la tour de la Bourse (côté nord de la rue St-Jacques). La 600 rue Peel sera juste à l’autre côté de la rue St-Jacques (à l’angle Peel et St-Jacques). Si la tour de la Bourse respecte la silhouette du centre, la 600 rue Peel passera très très proche.
  6. Griffintown

    I love it, but I would have preferred it in either of the other two parks (A or C) or even along the canal. I feel like it's going to eat up the entire space of Park B.
  7. Le Smith - 26 étages

    Le PATH de Toronto est juste un peu moins long que le RÉSO de Montréal (29km pour Toronto vs. 32km pour Montréal)
  8. YUL - 38, 38 étages

  9. @Nephersir7: où avez-vous trouvé cette carte?
  10. 975 Lucien-L'Allier - 45 étages

    If this is the new design, I love it.
  11. That article also talks about a future "a 50-storey development planned near the Bell Centre" - even though that project is clearly L'Avenue. Seems like the author tried to poorly translate the article that appeared in La Presse this morning...
  12. Maison Manuvie - 28 étages

    Starting installation of Maison Manuvie logo
  13. Maison Manuvie - 28 étages

    I tried to take one last night, but the rain on my windows didn't help. For what it's worth, this is the best I could get.
  14. YUL - 38, 38 étages

    Phase 2 en vente à partir du samedi 25 mars.
  15. I think it could be done on this site. You would need to tear down the two buildings on Lambert-Closse, but for the amounts in play, a million dollars here or there won't be the death of the project. The traffic won't be any better or worse than that on de la Montagne before or after a Habs game, and the area (and relating traffic patterns) would finally get the proper attention from the city. I think it would be a great asset to revitalize a part of the city that is in serious need of a boost, and to me represents a better location than the Peel Basin, which (at least until the construction of the SLR on the Champlain Bridge) is without access to public transit. Whether or not this project materializes, I think it's positive for the area and the city that we're having this discussion.