Kotar

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    Chemistry major at Concordia
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    Montreal
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  1. Kotar

    Rue Saint-Denis

    Just because the building is for sale doesn't mean the bar is also. Since they are also selling the the building on St Cat, I'm assuming they don't own or run the bar, they own the properties.
  2. Agreed, from this picture, it's obvious the bridge will not be able to turn now.
  3. It used to stink a lot more! It is apparently from an underground creek that runs under the site. Until the basement floors get built and the permanent equipment installed, they will have to continue to pump it out of the site. I believe someone in a previous post had mentioned that the project had to add an extra basement floor to deal with it. Can someone more in the know explain if they use weeping tile and sub pumps on skyscrapers? I imagine they must have something.
  4. Kotar

    Humaniti - 39 étages

    PDC would be smart to open their own hotel on the site, with direct connection to the palais.
  5. Kotar

    Enticy - 24 étages

    I was thinking the exact same thing. One more block would have been a 10/10. I still love it though!
  6. I could have sworn I saw it was potentially office space. I feel like I'm taking crazy pills! Maybe they can all work from home
  7. Take it all with a grain of salt though.
  8. Hopefully this building and the rumored 1600 employees of a British It firm come together.
  9. Interesting to see there is a Loblaws on the first floor...
  10. Kotar

    Enticy - 24 étages

    Ahh, I believe that is the VVIP list. for very very important people.
  11. Probably a staging area for the work on the bridge.
  12. LOL Dinu is off his rocker. Most of the site is 60s industrial building that most people have only seen from Notre-Dame anyway. The only part worth keeping, they are actually keeping. How can a non-profit NGO staffed mostly by retired volunteers, demand explanations from a land owner who can do what they want with the land they own. It's embarrassing that these people have a voice at all about development in this city. They should stick to tours.
  13. Kotar

    YUL - 38, 38 étages

    That's a great price.
  14. Kotar

    Solstice - 44 étages

    Actual human scale means how the building integrates into its surroundings, and the impression that it gives on pedestrians. Is it dark and imposing, giving off a sense of impending doom, or is it set back slightly with an open atrium that makes it feel welcoming and smaller than it actually is. Human scale to developers means $50,000 more per unit. Human scale to Project Montreal means 4 floors.