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GDS a gagné pour la dernière fois le 3 juillet

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  1. Sixty Hotel

    Les rénovations de l'édifice voisin qui appartient aussi à Point Zero non jamais été complété.
  2. AC Hotel - 34 étages

    Le Palais n'est pas une compagnie de construction. Canvar en et un avec une expertise en hôtellerie. Ma gageure semble encore possible.
  3. AC Hotel - 34 étages

    Non - le stationnement coin Viger/Jeanne-Mance, on coupe les arbres sur Anderson
  4. AC Hotel - 34 étages

    Je ne sais pas si c'est Canvar, mais j'ai remarqué qu'ils sont en train d'abattre les arbres sur le terrain.
  5. AC Hotel - 34 étages

    Mon argent sur 1033 Jeanne Mance
  6. Bubble bust in Toronto ?

    Prices are still up 18% year over year. It is at the point now that even if prices fell 50%, if you bought 5 years ago you would still be ahead.
  7. Ce ne sont pas des voies rapides et une voie et dedier au transport en commun Et j'ai choisi les grands parc juste comme example, il y'en a un paquet d'autres qui sont plus petite,-73.5749022,3a,75y,28.17h,66.74t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sbyfDfHV-k9LFcgbt6bQZjw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656,-73.6703476,3a,75y,0.02h,88.79t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sMmrFqGIp36QhOPTMSx4HFA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656,-73.6796288,3a,75y,6.04h,89.2t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1scoww0nwuoieFC7X9gLESLQ!2e0!!7i13312!8i6656,-73.5466894,3a,75y,26.54h,77t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sFqyk61Iap9Kqgpu-aS9KUw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656 J'avoue que l'emplacement n'est pas idéal, mais omettre un terrain de jeux pour enfant dans ce parc aurait été aussi stupide.
  8. Je trouve un peu surprenant toute cette polémique qui entoure un terrain de jeux pour enfants. On traverse la rue une fois pour s’y rendre, so what. Il y a garderie Imagination avec 50 enfants directement en face, l’école Montessori avec 50 autre enfants a un coin de rue, et la futur école Nouvelle Vague a 100 mètres qui aura éventuellement 140 enfants. On traverse 8 voies sur Parc pour se rendre au Parc du Mont Royal On traverse 6 voies sur St-Laurent pour se rendre au Parc Jarry On traverse 4 voies sur Sherbrooke pour se rendre au Parc NDG On traverse 4 voies sur Papineau pour se rendre au Parc Lafontaine Tous des rues qui ont autant d’autos que Duke
  9. 628 Saint-Jacques - environ 35 étages

    Il ya un différence entre projet mort et fil mort sur mtlurb
  10. 628 Saint-Jacques - environ 35 étages

    The overhang over 634 St-Jacques is significantly less than the Victoire design, I wonder if that is on purpose to keep separation from the soon to come project on the Magil lots. The Atlanta reference is a good one, the building does remind me of their condo style. This building will look like it was built in the mid 80s when this lot should have had something on it. After it is built, passersby will just assume it has been there for 30 years which is not necessarily a bad thing
  11. Montreal #2 financement start-up

    Novacap’s fifth tech-buyout fund blows by target, raises $840 mln July 20, 2017 By Kirk Falconer Novacap has closed its fifth mid-market technology fund, securing $840 million with the help of an expanded base of limited partners. Novacap TMT V exceeded by 40 percent its original goal of $600 million, the Montréal private equity firm announced today. The fund is more than twice the size of its predecessor, which raised $380 million in 2014. Fund V is the largest raised in Novacap’s 35-year history. Its close brings assets managed by the firm to $2.25 billion. Novacap achieved this by recruiting a bigger and more diversified investor group. Returning LPs — mostly Canadian, U.S. and European institutional investors and wealthy individuals — were joined by new LPs recruited largely from abroad. Credit Suisse was the placement agent. In April, Novacap President and Managing Partner Pascal Tremblay told PE Hub Canada he was looking to sign up more global LPs partly to gain co-investment resources and increase the firm’s visibility outside of Canada. In all, some 50 domestic and international LPs committed to Fund V. Their identities were not disclosed, but the group likely includes Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. The $271-billion pension fund has backed every previous Novacap fund. Fund V’s strategy will show continuity with prior funds, making control-stake investments in Canadian and U.S. technology, media and telecom companies with revenue of $30 million to $300 million. Deal sizes are expected to range from $20 million to $100 million. Novacap has traditionally focused on local tech opportunities, using proprietary channels to source deal flow. More than 80 percent of platform investments have been made in the Canadian market. Add-on acquisitions are largely sourced internationally. With a deeper capital pool, Fund V will undertake more investments, Tremblay told PE Hub Canada in April. At the time, Novacap TMT IV was about 70 percent invested, with eight portfolio companies. Along with fundraising, Novacap has been active on the deal front. Earlier this year, it sold Oxford Networks, a telecom and IT solutions business, to Oak Hill Capital Partners. As part of the deal, Oak Hill’s FirstLight Fiber entered Novacap’s portfolio. Other recent tech investments include virtual-data-room platform Firmex, medical-imaging specialist Intelerad, and enterprise-resource-planning software company Syntax. Novacap’s tech group is led by Tremblay and Senior Partners François Laflamme, Ted Mocarski, Stéphane Tremblay and Étienne Veilleux and Partner Yong Kwon. The team operates from the Montréal headquarters and the firm’s Toronto office, opened four years ago. Novacap also has an industries group led by President and Managing Partner Jacques Foisy. Novacap Industries IV raised $470 million in 2016.
  12. L'Économie du Québec

    Strongest net absorption in over 16 years induces significant drop in vacancy The market posted a net absorption of 1,156,045 square feet this quarter, the highest positive absorption rate since Q4 2000. • Vacancy has dropped 60 basis points to reach 12.4 percent, the largest quarterly decrease since Q1 2008. • At current pre-leasing levels, new construction remains tempered, with only 327,515 square feet of newly constructed vacant space slated for completion before the end of year. Montreal’s labour market remains healthy though its rate of improvement has slowed. The unemployment rate increased 50 basis points to reach 8.5 percent. However, over 7,000 full-time jobs were added this quarter. While the labour force in sectors such as retail and education contracted in size, buzzing industries such as technology, life sciences, and arts/culture lead the charge in job growth. The office leasing market saw a surge in activity this quarter. SNC-Lavalin completed the sale and 20-year leaseback of their headquarters at 455 René- Lévesque W., with plans to centralize 2,000 local employees in the 335,237- square-foot space. Canadian National Railway expanded into an additional 34,490 square feet over two floors at 1010 de la Gauchetière W. after outgrowing their current spaces at 895 de la Gauchetière W. and 5 Place Ville Marie, increasing their footprint by almost 70 percent. On the construction front, two new projects broke ground this quarter. TGTA Real Estate has begun the second phase of their O Mile-Ex project with the speculative redevelopment of 6650 Saint-Urbain, adding 163,815 square feet of loft space to Midtown North by December this year. In Downtown East, Angus Development broke ground on a new 260,000-square-foot mixed use development. The Québec government has leased the entirety of the 150,000- square-foot office portion. Outlook The historic absorption rate and drop in vacancy are both promising signs of a stabilizing market on the way to growth. However, the market remains apprehensive as vacant space is still high. New construction remains the most important market variable to track as an overabundance of new supply could quickly imbalance the positive signs in leasing demand Office Insight Monteral Q2 2017 JLL
  13. Peut-être pas aussi longtemps que ça. Ca va dépendre quand ils lancent la phase 3 et qu’elle se vende. C'est 30 étages de bureau, similaire a Deloitte, tres loin de la hauteur du 1000 ou 1250
  14. Plus Ilot Balmoral + Desjardins sur de Maisonneuve + Carré St-Laurent phase 1. C'est quand meme 5 projets bureau en 7 ans.