SupremeMTL

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    I love our city, and having discussions.
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  1. Im really fed up of all these 120m.... looking like a great wall
  2. I present to you.... the great wall of the north
  3. Hey guys back again. This time I was just wondering where the community thinks Montreal's public transit focus should be after or during the REM construction and Blue line extension. Recently with the mayor of St Laurent at the forefront, discussions on extending the Orange Line have been re-ignited. Since 2007 the Montreal Metro has not added any stations but the city population increased from 3.7million to 4.1+ million in that span (its more now as data stops in 2017). In short Montreal's metropolitan population INCREASED BY 500,000 PEOPLE (the same amount of people as the population of Halifax or Quebec City) and the STM with the governments of Canada and Quebec sat around and did nothing during that span. Assuming when the REM and Blue line projects get completed, and they wont make the same mistakes again by getting started on another project earlier this time, which project should that be?
  4. Man, the views from the Roccabella de la montagne are gonna suck. They have the other Roccabella to the east, Icone to the north, CGI tower the west and now Roccabella sur la montagne to the south
  5. Thanks for the compliment . Of course it would have been really nice, but it would have been incredibly difficult to find one in color, in good quality, showcasing the same angle.
  6. Bruh i count 10 new 100m+ buildings not including Griffintown that are new in the bottom picture. What are you talking about almost no difference? -Humaniti -Tom Condos -TDC 2 -TDC 3 -L'Avenue -Roccabella De la montagne -Icone -Holiday Inn -YUL 1 -YUL 2
  7. Hey Guys just wanted to attempt something cool here. The top Image is Montreal in December 2015. The bottom image is Montreal in November 2019 ~4 years later same angle from the same camera. I was able to do this by using the compare Image feature on the Webcam of the Champlain Bridge (From Nun's Island View): http://www.nouveauchamplain.ca/chantier/chantier-en-direct/ I don't know how long this webcam will remain active so i felt like doing this now before they take it away. Enjoy!
  8. Press Release: https://www.admtl.com/en/node/17396
  9. Wallmart is excellent to buy during a recession.... people dont stop buying necessities. Look at their performance during the 2008 crash Costco is another strong pick..... nonstop growth since 2009
  10. Skyline from 9th floor JMSB. The skyline is expected to change drastically even from this angle with Dorchester apartments, Quinzecent, and 1000 de la Montagne scheduled to be completed within the next 3 years.
  11. From 9th floor John Molson School of Business. looks like only the top 3 or 4 floors remain to be constructed.
  12. To add on to your list: 2042 Metcalfe https://www.google.ca/maps/place/2042+Metcalfe+St,+Montreal,+QC+H3A+1X8/@45.501912,-73.5746798,3a,75y,210.94h,90t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sYm1S3P67oBDNbjvtWneN_w!2e0!7i16384!8i8192!4m5!3m4!1s0x4cc91a41338fe369:0x1cf15fc043c757fa!8m2!3d45.501823!4d-73.574961?hl=en 1238 Stanley Street https://www.google.ca/maps/place/1245+Stanley+St,+Montreal,+QC+H3B+2T1/@45.4988513,-73.5725965,3a,75y,28.12h,97.16t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sbacI7sQoDM5Z099OH_EW4g!2e0!6s%2F%2Fgeo0.ggpht.com%2Fcbk%3Fpanoid%3DbacI7sQoDM5Z099OH_EW4g%26output%3Dthumbnail%26cb_client%3Dsearch.gws-prod%2Fmaps%2Flocal-details-getcard.gps%26thumb%3D2%26w%3D86%26h%3D86%26yaw%3D24.04273%26pitch%3D0%26thumbfov%3D100!7i16384!8i8192!4m5!3m4!1s0x4cc91a424ba4ff75:0xd095be2278e6a382!8m2!3d45.499053!4d-73.5725?hl=en
  13. C'est probablement aussi pour des raisons de sécurité. Je sais que nous n'avons pas beaucoup de tremblements de terre ici à Montréal, mais tout ce qu'il faut, c'est un mauvais et le bâtiment peut tomber. De plus, les "sink holes" constituent un risque sérieux à Montréal. Si les fondations ne sont pas profondes et sécurisées au-dessous des tuyaux utilitaires de la ville, un gouffre pourrait se développer. https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/why-does-montreal-get-so-many-sinkholes