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  • Rang
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  1. Slow days. Is this a 2021 occupancy?
  2. I'm glad this is moving ahead (apparently). The idea of lousing the Bourbon building only to have the lot sit vacant for a decade is too distressing to be forced to contemplate. I guess if construction continues apace, we'll probably see occupancy in another ~14 months?
  3. Enfin, le résultat final n'est pas aussi minable qu'on ne craignait. That entrance way is very attractive. Everyone loves the density here, but a little discussed element is the street wall. So, thanks mondo grosso for the photos. I hope we'll soon start to see projects on the other side of Bleury. Sait-on qu'est ce qui se passe chez le stationnement à côté du Smith? Il a l'air en transition, soit refection soit pré-démolition.
  4. Franglais "really really" or "truly truly"
  5. I love all these projects more than I do the towers. It has always driven me crazy what a wasteland all these blocks south of Sainte-Cath and north of René Lévesque were. So far, only Bishop has been restored. Soon, Crescent will be nearly complete, and Drummond could be fixed by 2022 with some luck. MacKay is coming along as well. Prime areas still abound, unfortunately. Nothing at all in the mix on Montagne or Stanley, and still several lots on the other streets (aside from Bishop). With the completion of the Overdale areas, hopefully things pick up on MacKay.
  6. Should have been much taller.
  7. I'll say it again: I love how menacing this building is. Like the headquarters the evil company from the Final Fantasy video games.
  8. ^ wow, the first photo, I had no idea what I was looking at until I saw the McGill College Building roof (today called the Arts Building for some stupid reason).
  9. Absurdly low rise, but better than a parking lot.
  10. It's bland, but it's not evil or infernal. Acceptable, and great density.
  11. ^ Yeah, it's so terrible to have lots of affordable housing in a dense area near transit and work.
  12. Yeah, it would be a terrible shame to demolish all of these buildings.
  13. Hopefully that means that the Saint Laurent frontage will be occupied by commercial space? But it is a smart move to put it on Clark. No parking garage?
  14. One of the worst projects in all of Montreal right now. Makes me feel angry that the city allowed this. The planning department in Montreal is mostly worthless and should be shorn of its power, but this is the sort of thing that they actually should use their power to stop. 1. Loses density 2. Bad design 3. Introduces parking space and a parking ingress 4. Heritage loss