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  1. Well Quebec City may get Le Phare and now this for Ottawa. I guess that 65 stories is just too much for! Planning committee decides Ottawa is a 65-storey city Ottawa is a 65-storey city, no matter what a community plan says. That’s the view of the majority of planning committee members who voted Tuesday to recommend allowing a giant three-tower complex at 900 Albert St., near the Bayview O-Train station. Councillors Jan Harder, Tim Tierney, Stephen Blais, Rick Chiarelli, Jean Cloutier, Allan Hubley and Shad Qadri voted in favour of planning amendments that would allow the development, while Jeff Leiper and Tobi Nussbaum opposed. Council will cast the final vote Wednesday. TIP Albert GP (Trinity Developments, InterRent Real Estate Investment Trust and PBC Real Estate Advisors) proposes to build towers of 65, 56 and 27 storeys, soaring above commercial and office spaces. There would be 1,241 residential units, which the city expects would generate a massive transit ridership for the Confederation Line and Trillium Line. The 65-storey and 56-storey towers would be the tallest buildings in Ottawa. B+H Architects and GGLO Design are the architects on the project. The city’s Bayview station secondary plan allows a maximum of 30 storeys on the property, but the official plan calls for buildings taller than 30 storeys to be within 200 metres of transit stations in mixed-use centres. A prime candidate for the official plan direction would be 900 Albert St.
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    Appartements Dorchester - 37 étages

    Something will be going up for sure Look at the digger Vespo. Lots of big projects.
  3. Hey fellow forumers, here is a study by Goupe S.M. ...interesting possibilities.
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    Victoria sur le Parc - 56 étages

    Quel est le rapport entre les structures en bois et Victoria sur Parc? Peut-être que votre discussion devrait être déplacée vers le fil d'Arbora ou commencer un nouveau fil !
  5. Freak’n nimby’s are starting to tick me off. Worry about your own backyards. Developers are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to build the city and they also throw in a park as a good will gesture, and these clowns are bitching??? Give me a break! Maybe we should bulldoze Mount Royal. This would eliminate the shadows it makes during the different times of the day. Heck it would also solve the problem of height restrictions…. we could have a few 300 and 400 meter supertalls!!
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    1020 De la Montagne (Esso) - 35 étages

    It would be real nice if the 1000 and the 1030 would be joined by the 1050 as is shown in the attached. It was already posted on MTLURB in July 2012. Kind of really dense........ la Montagne 1050.pdf
  7. 135 / 26 = 5.19 ?? avec ces facteurs 36 x 5.19 = 186.9 mètres = Place Victoria Tour de la Bourse(188 mètres)
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    1000 de la Montagne - 45 étages

    Canderel was too busy with Toronto over the last decade with the DNA1,2,3 , the AURA (75 floors) College at Park etc.etc. They were where the money was to be made...we would do the same!! Don't forget they are working with Cadillac Fairview on TDC1, TDC2 and TDC3. So they may be planning more projects in Montreal since this city is super hot. Canderel is really solid... so let's wait and watch....Westcliff is busy on Nun's Island. The lot downtown beside the ICAO headquarters is just the wrong developer with the wrong projects...Maybe they'll sell to Broccolini!!!
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    QUAD Windsor: projet global

    Au lieu de 2 x 23 pourquoi pas 1 x 46 d'environ 190 métrés et une espace verte????????????????????????????
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    Royalmount "Quinze40"

    We've heard the expression shit hole a lot lately. Well having worked for 20 years on Devonshire between the Met and Royalmount let me tell you; this is Montreal's # 1Shit Hole. The whole area bounded by the Met, Blue Bonnets,Dalton and the St' Luc Yards is screaming for development. Hey this project is what is needed to help spring the MTQ to work on a replacement project for the SCAR (hwy 40). Why don't some of you people on this forum take a drive down the 401 Toronto or the I 95 Boston or go to Houston . See what is happening in these cities. They have development on steroids. We have the start of a self perpetuating boom in Montreal that will go on for years. so stop being nimbys and stop thinking of le gros village. Montreal is a tremendous place to live and work and play. Please stop hindering its progress. So if le Marche Centrale and the Rockland center shut down ...big deal...It's called evolution. The Marche Centrale area along with the Rock;land center can merge into one center and one of the two becomes prime residential condo tower and rental apartment zoning area. People want to spend money here and take risks with millions and millions of dollars and we say no thank you??? Come on wake up smell the coffee. 15 years ago we were happy when a new Macdonald's opened.
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    Le Drummond - 2x24 étages

    I see a nice empty lot right across from this Samcon project fronting on Stanley...wonder if something is in the works?
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    Victoria sur le Parc - 56 étages

    Hi Cataclaw, not bad at all. Just a little adjustment on the base pedestal. I think a more refined much lower pedestal feature and you have a hell of a project worthy of being submitted for consideration by Broccolini . Hey it' a lot better than some of the projects that are actually being built.Cheers!!
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    Résidence Chartwell Le St-Gabriel - 4, 8 étages

    Hey Cataclaw...Nice to see you back!!
  14. REZ Immobilier a annoncé la mise en chantier de District Union, un plan d’ensemble multirésidentiel et multigénérationnel de 900 millions de dollars, situé à Terrebonne. Ce projet à échelle humaine s’inscrit dans l’émergence des nouveaux quartiers dynamiques et autonomes de certaines villes, notamment d’Amérique du Nord et de Scandinavie. Un pôle civique déjà existant District Union propose un projet où les espaces verts, les espaces publics et les parcs représenteront 20 % du site. Le quartier compte déjà une école primaire, un hôpital, la gare du train de l’Est et sa navette Urbis, de même que 1,5 million de pieds carrés d’offre commerciale déjà disponibles. Un gymnase et un centre sportif communautaire sont actuellement en construction. S’ajouteront également une bibliothèque et un centre aquatique. REZ Immobilier entend compléter cette offre en attirant des commerces de proximité pour les besoins globaux des familles, avec des initiatives encourageant l’implantation de PME. Le projet prévoit aussi des espaces de plein air. Le quartier sera délimité par un important boisé pour séparer la cité des infrastructures routières avoisinantes. On y trouvera des parcs, des sentiers piétonniers, des pistes cyclables et des pistes de ski de fond. Des habitations modulables La phase I de District Union proposera trois nouveaux types d’ensembles immobiliers comptant au total 364 unités de logement : Kubica présentera six variantes d’unités destinées aux différents types de ménages. Il s’agira de blocs segmentés modulables proposant des espaces de vie intérieurs et extérieurs privatifs, qui s’intégreront à des espaces pour la communauté ; Quartier Sélect correspondra à une clientèle d’adultes dont les enfants ont quitté le foyer. Il offrira une silhouette unique et des lignes élégantes, utilisant la verticale pour maximiser les espaces de vie et la végétation ; Yimby sera consacré aux jeunes et sera constitué d’espaces compacts et modulables, incluant des aires communes, comme un espace lounge, une cuisine collaborative et des aires de cotravail.