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  1. in Vancouver National Bank of Canada to anchor The Exchange office tower he National Bank of Canada will be the anchor tenant of The Exchange building, a new 31-storey office tower under construction at Howe and West Pender streets in downtown Vancouver. According to Business In Vancouver, the Montreal-based banking institution will occupy 45,000 square feet of the building’s 369,000 square feet. This is part of National Bank’s recently implemented business strategy to expand its reach beyond Quebec and Ontario. As of last spring, the bank had 451 branches across the country, with 339 in Quebec, 74 in Ontario, 27 in New Brunswick and only nine branches west of Ontario. While many Western Canadians may be unfamiliar with National Bank, it was founded in 1859 and is Canada’s sixth largest bank. “National is looking at growing from being a super- regional bank to having much more of a national presence,” Kash Pashootan, a portfolio manager with First Avenue Advisory of Raymond James Ltd., told Bloomberg News in March 2014. National Bank’s occupation at The Exchange will not be possible until 2017, when the building is scheduled for completion. Construction on the $240-million building began in January 2014. The Exchange is designed by Swiss architect Harry Gugger and incorporates Vancouver’s 1929-built Old Stock Exchange building with the addition of office tower floors above the historic structure. In addition to restoring the historic facade and old trading floor, project proponents are aiming to achieve a LEED Platinum certification with “seriously green” elements such as rooftop solar panels, integrated geo-exchange thermal regulators, storm water retention and reuse, and hydronic heating and cooling systems. The office tower project is funded by Credit Suisse, one of the largest private real estate investors in the world.
  2. Nouveau projet sur l'avenue Masson.. La SAQ présentement sise au coin de la 7eme Avenue est supposé déménager là.. ****FUTURE RUE PIÉTONNIÈRE***** Projet "Le Masson": une SAQ et 12 appartements en copropriété sur la Promenade Masson, près des restos branchés et au coeur de l'action d'un quartier à la mode. Construction supérieure avec la garantie de qualité-habitation, excellent rapport qualités/prix. PROJET ALDO CONSTRUCTION NB 5 stationnements disponibles en option. (Coût 10,000$ chacun)
  3. Une jeune Montréalaise veut que l'on protège le patrimoine kitsch de la métropole québécoise, comme l'Orange Julep ou le restaurant Jardin Tiki. Au New Jersey, la ville de Wildwood a mis en valeur ses vieux motels et diners rétro tombés en décrépitude. Depuis, elle attire les touristes branchés. Voila un roportage qui explique bien l affaire maintenant la question qui se demande faut il protéger le patrimoine kitsch de la métropole québécoise ?
  4. Why is it that TD is the only Canadian bank that has an actual branch in NYC. While BMO and RBC have branches but in different cities. BMO and RBC both have their wealth management in NYC though :stirthepot: OT: A while back Gothamist had a small article on TD seeing it wasn't like other banks, it was more friendly and there wasn't like bulletproof glass protecting the teller from people and stuff.
  5. C'est le nouveau projet de Belcourt sur Bishop à côté de Viva loft. C'est en construction, Il n'y a pas plus d'information pour l'instant. merci à Steve_36 pour l'information. FLEX CONDOMINIUMS Avec son emplacement stellaire, FLEX CONDOMINIUMS sera situé sur la rue Bishop entre René-Lévesque et Ste-Catherine. Ce nouveau projet de condominiums est situé à quelques pas du centre-ville de Montréal, des restaurants et à coté d'un grand nombre d’attraction branchés de Montréal. 1 ou 2 chambres à coucher disponibles avec des finitions optimales. Choisissez votre style de vie ... choisissez FLEX CONDOMINIUMS. Inscrivez-vous maintenant à notre bulletin et soyez les premiers à obtenir des détails sur ce nouveau projet de condominiums.
  6. Des téléviseurs branchés aux téléphones intelligents, le Consumer Electronics Show a été marqué par des nouveautés qui font de plus en plus de place au contenu vidéo tiré d'Internet. Pour en lire plus...