internationalx

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    Mtlurb Master

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    real estate guy
  • Location
    montreal, los angeles
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    design, architecture
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    realtor
  1. AC Hotel - 34 étages

    far better than the rendering!
  2. Sixty Hotel

    Both of these properties are tear-downs.
  3. Le Roccabella - 40, 40 étages

    CCE today is what PVM was in the 1960's: it's the coveted office complex. But it is a large complex (in square footage) and until Deloitte, was the only new office complex built in Montreal since the 1990's boom.
  4. 628 Saint-Jacques - environ 35 étages

    I don't think it's as awful as a lot of you guys think it is; the quality of the design is miles better than, for example, Les Tours Lepine. I think the devil is going to be in the details. Is this limestone or pre-fab? The metal grills at the top are interesting. Certainly the height sets it apart. This is not Post Modern but rather Modern Traditional. Reminiscent of Robert Stern.
  5. Aircraft Parking North of 10/28

    Easier to build a new midfield concourse or terminal once 10/28 is gone.
  6. Tour Quartier des spectacles (Spectrum) - 14, 33 étages

    Please. The whole row is a tear-down. There is nothing of historical/architectural significance here; just because they are old buildings doesn't make them worthy of preservation. They now find themselves out of place.
  7. Skyline De Montréal

    The CBD is all of this; it's not just one or 2 intersections.
  8. Tour Quartier des spectacles (Spectrum) - 14, 33 étages

    Canderel has lots of experience in the residential sector so I'm not sure why they haven't thought about a mixed-use project here; it would potentially allow for a taller building as well. A project with offices, residential and even hotel like Humaniti (mentioned previously) makes so much sense here. Plus they would also have a good retail component given the Ste-Catherine Street frontage. I think they need to go back to the drawing board on this one.
  9. Le Drummond - 24 étages

    Nice feel to it at street-level.
  10. Le Drummond - 24 étages

    For a narrow side-street, 24 floors is pretty good.
  11. Le Roccabella - 40, 40 étages

    Wow. A twin tower project that gets completed swiftly! Or completed at all….
  12. Quartier de la Montagne - 18 étages

    Or will it be black glass of differing tones? ...Funny how the large terraces are on the south side and not facing Mount Royal.
  13. Votre gratte-ciel preferé au Canada

    For me it's a tie: CIL House (Telus) and CIBC - both so elegant and timeless.
  14. Icône - 40, 27 étages

    And I had high hopes for this one.. it's fine but for that aluminum column; AWFUL. That's literally all you see when you look at the tower from the east. I have a feeling phase II won't be coming soon.
  15. Maison Manuvie - 28 étages

    Rogers would make a great hotel conversion; ideal floor plate and from a location point of view it's near-perfect.