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  1. Industrie québécoise des sciences de la vie : actualités

    Indivior, a world leader in addiction treatments, makes Montreal its new home in Canada Global pharmaceutical company relocates from Ottawa to Montreal to take advantage of world-class expertise and facilities in dynamic pharmaceutical industry hub, to continue its growth and development of addiction treatments, including for opioid addictions MONTREAL, Feb. 22, 2018 /CNW/ - Montreal is now the home of a world leader in the development of new evidence-based treatment models for addiction with the opening by Indivior Canada Ltd. of its new Canadian headquarters. The new offices of the specialty pharmaceutical company are in Technoparc Montréal in the St-Laurent Borough of the City of Montreal after moving from Ottawa, where the company started operations in Canada several years ago. A team of 25 Indivior employees are based at or report to the new office. With a commitment to honesty and integrity and a patient-centred approach, the team will focus on bringing to Canadians the company's unique evidence-based treatment models that have revolutionized addiction treatment. "We are thrilled to now be operating from Montreal, which we chose because of its dynamic biopharmaceutical sector, pool of qualified bilingual talent, and world-class expertise and facilities focused on learning about and treating addiction as a medical condition like other chronic diseases," said Christine LaFave, Country Director, Indivior Canada Ltd. "Indivior is focused exclusively on the increasingly vital work of helping Canadian physicians treat opioid addiction as a chronic illness, and improving access to treatments for patients – helping them overcome addiction and get back on the path to leading healthy and productive lives." Indivior Canada markets SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablets for the treatment of problematic opioid drug dependence in adults. Indivior has a 20-year legacy of leadership in the field of evidence-based addiction therapies and is dedicated to transforming addiction from a global human crisis to a recognized and treated chronic disease. It adopted the name Indivior – a fusion of the words individual and endeavour – in 2014 when it became an independent entity following the demerger of Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals Inc. from RB Group. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Indivior employs more than 900 individuals globally and its portfolio of products is available in over 40 countries worldwide. Building on its portfolio of opioid dependence treatments, Indivior has a strong pipeline of product candidates designed to both expand on its heritage in this category and address other chronic conditions and co-occurring disorders of addiction, including alcohol use disorder and schizophrenia. For more information about Indivior, visit Indivior.com.
  2. https://www.newswire.ca/fr/news-releases/devimco-immobilier-se-rejouit-davoir-ete-choisie-pour-developper-un-projet-mixte-et-multifonctionnel-au-dessus-de-la-station-de-metro-a-longueuil-674684713.html Devimco Immobilier se réjouit d'avoir été choisie pour développer un projet mixte et multifonctionnel au-dessus de la station de métro à Longueuil English LONGUEUIL, QC, le 21 févr. 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Devimco Immobilier est fière d'avoir été retenue par la Ville de Longueuilpour collaborer à l'élaboration et la planification d'un milieu de vie urbain mixte situé dans le secteur de la station de métro Longueuil-Université-de-Sherbrooke. Évalué à 500 M$, le projet de type TOD (« Transit Oriented Development ») d'une superficie totale d'un million de pieds2sera réalisé au-dessus de la station de métro, l'emplacement idéal où convergent les conditions nécessaires pour une réussite future. Ce site permettra de créer une véritable synergie entre les différentes composantes pour y élaborer un milieu de vie de qualité supérieure pour les futurs résidents, travailleurs et visiteurs. Le projet comprend un volet résidentiel avec 525 unités de logement (condos et locatif), un hôtel, ainsi que des espaces bureaux traditionnels et des espaces de travail collaboratif pour du coworking, et dont l'ampleur permettra l'éclosion d'une réelle pépinière pour des start-up et des PME. Déjà desservis par des commerces de proximité, le site de la station de métro Longueuil et ses alentours offrent des possibilités pour un développement commercial et culturel de qualité, et un renforcement de sa vocation éducationnelle. L'endroit est déjà un véritable carrefour du savoir grâce à la présence de trois universités, soit les campus de l'Université de Sherbrooke, de l'Université de Montréal et de l'Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Mobilité active et amélioration des services de proximité aux transports collectifs Les infrastructures qui viendront s'ajouter à l'ensemble déjà en place représentent l'ajout de conditions gagnantes, et le souffle idéal pour faire de cet emplacement, à quelques pas du Vieux-Longueuil, un lieu de choix pour faire converger les meilleures pratiques en matière de développement urbain écoresponsable. En effet, ce secteur offre une variété d'alternatives de mobilité durable stratégique et agit, à ce titre, en véritable carrefour des transports collectifs avec son métro et son terminus d'autobus desservant tout Longueuil ainsi que plusieurs autres municipalités voisines de la Montérégie. « En nous choisissant, la Ville de Longueuil a reconnu notre expérience dans la réalisation de projets TOD et de projets d'usage mixte, et nous en sommes très heureux », s'est réjoui M. Serge Goulet, président de Devimco Immobilier. « Le projet présenté correspond en tous points à la philosophie de Devimco. La recette est simple, mais demeure ambitieuse, a-t-il ajouté. Nous souhaitons répondre à la vision de Longueuil en proposant un noyau urbain multifonctionnel, où le maillage des expériences est une condition indispensable pour créer un véritable milieu de vie. Nous proposons donc une intégration et une mixité des services, dans des espaces où se côtoient résidences, environnement de travail, services de proximité. De plus, il sera possible d'y vivre des expériences culturelles, alimentaires, et même, comme c'est déjà le cas, d'y étudier ».
  3. Réseau express métropolitain

    http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/west-island-gazette/kirkland-mayor-pleased-with-progress-of-plans-for-urban-boulevard Isn't this the proposed solution to what you are talking about?
  4. Mostra - 14 étages

    Un nouveau scénario de vie s’offre à vous au Mostra Longueuil. Devenez l’acteur principal d’un tout nouveau mode d’habitation en condo locatif réinventé. Les scènes du quotidien ne ressembleront en rien à ce que vous pouvez imaginer en matière qualité de vie. Écrivez votre propre histoire autour d’une nouvelle façon de se réaliser. À l’affiche, agriculture urbaine, atelier pour l’entretien des vélos, autos électriques en libre service, salle de poste et colis adaptée à la nouvelle réalité du commerce, magnifique terrasse avec vue imprenable sur Montréal, fitness et piscine. http://www.cogir.net/immeuble-residentiel-longueuil/370-0-mostra.html?PROVINCE=&REG=
  5. SkyBlü - 3x15 étages

    Localisés à la Cité Mirabel, l’un des quartiers le plus bouillonnant de la couronne nord, vous vous retrouverez au coeur d’un environnement qui offre tout ce qu’il vous faut pour vous amuser, travailler, bouger, socialiser et vivre à 360 degrés! Proposant une architecture moderne, dotée de techniques de construction novatrices, les 3 tours de 15 étages seront situées à distance de marche du tout nouveau Complexe Médical Cité Mirabel. Conçues 100% en béton armé pour offrir une qualité de construction optimale et un milieu de vie sans égal, ces condos destinés autant aux premiers acheteurs, aux jeunes professionnels, pré-retraités actifs, proposent une diversité des aménagements et configurations pour satisfaire chaque acheteur selon ses besoins distincts. https://www.skyblucondos.com/
  6. 455 René-Lévesque Ouest - 34 étages

    Les images dates d'il y a 3 jours d'une mise à jour de leur site web, pas Facebook. Le rendu de nuit n'est pas sur Facebook. Et même la, faut etre innocent un peu pour dire que un projet avance pas à cause que un rendu et vieux de 6 mois.
  7. Vizual3d When it rains, it pours. Nice clean lines
  8. 628 Saint-Jacques - 35 étages

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  9. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/18240-montreal-adding-capacity-for-more-demand.html Montreal Adding Capacity for More Demand Montreal inaugurated a new cruise terminal in June, which will be joined by a second operational terminal in 2018, along with the existing alternate terminal located east of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge. The trio of berth locations will help the iconic city accommodate extra ships during its peak fall season. The two new berths offer shorepower and a direct connection to black and grey water collection lines. As 2017 wrapped up, the port was expecting to report 52 international ship calls, according to a spokesperson, a 20,000 passenger increase year-over-year. 2018 will continue the surge, with 16 more calls on the books and a prediction of 130,000 passengers, up 50,000 year-over-year. New business includes summer cruises from AIDA, and the debut of Windstar Cruises in the Saint Lawrence. The Seabourn Quest is also offering a round-trip Montreal itinerary. More hopes lie in the winter, where the port city is working closely with the Cruise the Saint Lawrence group to develop a winter program to make the river a year-round destination. The port also recently joined the Great Lakes Cruising Coalition as it expects more river traffic and is developing a business plan for river cruising.
  10. Le 1420

    https://renx.ca/luxury-montreal-condos-indoor-vertical-farm/ Unique Montreal Le 1420 condos feature indoor farm Danny Kucharsky | Property Biz Canada | Residential | 2018-01-16 A former convent being transformed into luxury condos by Corev Immobilier in the tony Montreal suburb of Outremont will include an indoor, vertical farm. Corev Immobilier is building Le 1420 luxury condos in the Montreal district of Outremont. Among other amenities, the building will feature a working, indoor vertical hydroponic farm. (Rendering courtesy Corev Immobilier) The farm isn’t the only distinctive feature of Le 1420 Boulevard Mont Royal, which has several innovative touches as well as offering buyers the ability to create a “made-to-measure” condo for themselves. “It’s the sign of the times,” says Sabine Karsenti, sales director of the 180-condo unit Le 1420, who calls the indoor farm “basically a step toward the future.” The planned 1,200-square-foot vertical farm will provide roughly the equivalent of three acres of regular farming. The indoor hydroponic farm will use a high-tech LED lighting system and be owned and managed by an outside company. Produce that is grown will supply a restaurant in the building which will be open to condo owners and their guests. Excess production will be offered for sale to owners interested in organic produce and to outside clients. “This is what we’re heading towards,” says Karsenti. “We can’t manage our food and import it as we do right now. We have to go greener; we have to go more aware of what’s going on, so it’s just a normal thing to do.” The indoor farm will require a permit from Outremont, which the developer will soon apply for, she says. (When properly installed, indoor hydroponic units do not create humidity and do not require much electricity.) Former nunnery constructed in 1925 Several attempts have been made to develop the former mother house of the Soeurs des Saints Noms de Jésus et de Marie (Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary). The building was constructed in 1925 and once housed about 500 nuns The nearby Université de Montréal bought it from the nuns in 2003 for $15 million, planning to use it for classrooms and other purposes, but abandoned those plans five years later. Subsequent owners announced plans to convert the property, which flanks Mount Royal, into condos, a transformation that was opposed in vain by several Outremont citizens. After several changes in ownership – including to a firm that became embroiled in the Charbonneau Commission on corruption in the construction industry – the convent was acquired by Corev Immobilier. It is investing about $140 million on the redevelopment. Corev has converted other older properties Corev is also building the 40-storey TOM Condos on Union Avenue in downtown Montreal and has converted older properties like Le Thémis in Old Montreal and Le 376 Redfern in Westmount. About 1,000 potential buyers registered on a teaser site after pre-sales of Le 1420 began last spring. So far, 25 per cent of the project has been sold, Karsenti says. Demolition work is underway on the 300,000-square-foot property and construction should begin this spring, with completion slated for summer 2020. The condo cost per square foot, before taxes, ranges from $500 to $1,000 and units vary from 900 square feet to “whatever you want,” Karsenti says. “We had people combining two units to make a 7,000-square-foot condo, so anything is possible here. It’s a made-to-measure project.” Buyers range from single doctors and families to young retirees. They hail primarily from Outremont, Westmount and Nuns’ Island. “It’s attracting people who want to have a sense of community. It’s not attracting people who don’t want to have anything to do with their neighbours. So far, that’s the common denominator with people.” “Spectacular” chapel among amenities Sold with marketing materials that state “welcome to the sublime,” the condo development includes a “spectacular” refurbished chapel that will be available for weddings and other events. “It’s hard to leave anyone indifferent,” she says. “It’s not something you see in a new development.” Other common areas include the restaurant, a lounge, two interior courtyards, an indoor pool and gym. There will be 24-hour valet parking, security and underground parking. Ceilings are 12 feet high on average. Karsenti says prices are competitive with other high-end condo projects such as the 18-storey Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Montreal, set to open at the end of the year in the downtown. The more-than-$200-million project by Carbeonleo (the company behind the Quartier Dix 30 project), includes a 166-room hotel and 18 condos, connected to the Ogilvy and Holt Renfrew department store. “I’m 100 per cent convinced this project is going to do well,” Karsenti says of Le 1420. Oak doors given to antiques dealer The building is “iconic,” says Karsenti, who lives a block away. “It’s got a soul to it; it’s got such a presence.” The location “is amazing” because it’s at the foot of a forest of Mount Royal and will have direct access to its trails. “You can go for walks on the trails, you really feel like you’re in the countryside and you’re five minutes away from downtown as well.” About 1,000 old oak doors and windows in the building have been given to Spazio Architectural Antiques, a Montreal antiques showroom, with the requirement 25 per cent of the proceeds be given to Habitat for Humanity. While the facade of Le 1420 is classified as having heritage value, there is nothing inside aside from the chapel and the main staircase that is outstanding in terms of architectural design, Karsenti says. “We’re not destroying anything that had any value.”
  11. http://ladressesurlefleuve.com/specifications/les-tours/ Le projet comptera au total deux luxueuses Tours de 16 étages comportant respectivement 69 condominiums. Dotés d’immenses terrasses et d’impressionnantes fenestrations, ces prestigieux condos offriront une des plus belles vues au Québec sur l’eau et feront l’envie de plusieurs.
  12. Manuvie est raccordée via un passage à Montreal Trust.
  13. Everything looks better looking through BMW glass
  14. Dans le magazine Champions ils ont un article qui parle dès 30 dernieres années de construction à Montréal. Avec Manuvie en 2017 et Humaniti et BN déjà en cours, nous avons une chance de battre le debut des années 90 en 2017-2026