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  1. Sax: Un air de jazz GENEVIÈVE VÉZINA-MONTPLAISIR MÉTRO 29 avril 2010 00:52 (...) «Si vous venez à notre bureau des ventes, vous pourrez voir le caractère moderne de notre salle de bain et de notre cuisine modèle, souligne-t-elle. Celles-ci possèdent seulement le fini de base et il est déjà très luxueux.» Tandis que le troisième projet Sax est présentement en construction, le Groupe Kevlar prépare déjà son quatrième projet Sax. Celui-ci sera situé à Longueuil et ses unités seront mises en vente en mai 2010. Pour plus de renseignements, visiter le site http://www.sax-1.com
  2. Don’t tell anyone, but it’s a myth that millennials hate the suburbs It might not be as cool as living downtown, but a new survey suggests millennials might not hate suburbia all that much. Altus Group, citing its 2015 fall FIRM survey, says 35 per cent of those 35 and under disagree with the statement that they prefer to live in a smaller home in a central area than a larger home in the suburbs. The same survey found 40 per cent do agree with the statement, with everybody else neither agreeing or disagreeing. “We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again — it’s a myth that all so-call
  3. [EDIT il est tard et je pense que mon texte manque de cohesion ... de toute facon, regardez le mock up, tout y est .. quand j'aurai dormi et degrise je viendrai corriger mes milles fautes de syntaxe. ciao ] je sais pas ce quoi vous en pensez, mais personnellement, tout le quadrilatere du square dorcester / place du canada est sous utilise. il n'y as jamais tant de gens qui s'y promenent le jour, tres peu de montrealais connaissent meme les statues qui y sont representees. et pourtant, c'est un endroit central au centre-ville, selon moi on pourrais meme le qualife de veritable coeur de
  4. Un nouveau marché public à Montréal Jean-Louis Fortin 11/01/2011 17h46 En plus de pouvoir fréquenter les marchés Atwater et Jean-Talon, les Montréalais seront en mesure d’acheter des aliments frais dans un nouveau marché public qui pourrait voir le jour à proximité des autoroutes 15 et 40, dans l’arrondissement Ahuntsic-Cartierville, a appris 24H. Le projet d’entre 3 et 4 millions $, encore à l’étape des approbations, pourrait obtenir le feu vert dans les prochaines semaines, selon nos informations, d’autant plus que les autorités politiques et administratives de l’arrondissem
  5. Caisse-led bailout met with cautious optimism Central bank and Finance Minister welcome Montreal proposal TARA PERKINS and JOHN PARTRIDGE AND HEATHER SCOFFIELD August 17, 2007 Already coined the "Montreal proposal," the Caisse-led plan to bail out a battered $40-billion portion of the commercial paper market is not a sure-fire solution yet. Jerry Marriott, managing director of asset-backed securities at DBRS Ltd., was blunt when asked whether the proposal is a complete answer to the crisis in the third-party asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) sector. "We don't know," he
  6. 5 janvier 2008 - source http://lapresseaffaires.cyberpresse.ca/article/20080105/LAINFORMER/801041343/5891/LAINFORMER01 Presse Canadienne et LaPresseAffaires.com Le détaillant spécialisé Mountain Equipment Coop a indiqué, vendredi, qu'il envisage d'ouvrir un second magasin dans la région de Montréal avant la fin de l'année. L'endroit précis où sera installé le second magasin montréalais n'a toutefois pas été précisé. Le seul magasin de la chaîne d'articles de plein air à Montréal est actuellement situé au Marché Central, près du rond-point l'Acadie. MEC devrait par ailleurs inau
  7. «Montréal devrait se positionner comme un leader du tourisme vert au Canada, c’est gagnant économiquement et socialement», croit Vincent Léger, consultant en tourisme durable. Avec ses partenaires, il est déjà en contact avec trois arrondissements. Les terrains libres ne manquent pas. Sur le bord du bassin Peel, dans le sud-ouest, un terrain de 170 000 pieds carrés pourrait faire l’affaire. «Comme il est sur le bord de l’eau, il pourrait très bien se jumeler avec des activités de canot Rabaska et attirer des touristes étrangers», fait valoir M. Léger. Le secteur Bellechasse qui doit ê
  8. Prosperity gap to widen, Conference Board says Growth in Quebec expected to hit 1.4% DAVID AKIN, Canwest News Service Published: 8 hours ago Booming Saskatchewan will lead all provinces in economic growth this year, while Ontario and Quebec will suffer through a difficult year, said forecasters at the Conference Board of Canada. The widening prosperity gap between the West and those in central and eastern Canada presents federal policy-makers with some unique challenges. The West may need policies that slow growth and curb inflation, while central Canada has few inflationary worries
  9. 2006 et moins -------------------- Nouvelles constructions 27 :: 1200 de Maisonneuve Ouest, tour 1 27 :: 1200 de Maisonneuve Ouest, tour 2 23 :: Roc Fleuri 15 :: Profil O 8 :: Le Central Urbain 5 :: Urbania, phase 2 (Laval) 5 :: Urbania, phase 1 (Laval) 5 :: Jardins Upper West Side, phase 1 X :: Mosquée au Centre-Ville X :: Le Dome de Fuller (Biosphère) X :: Lorne M. Trottier Building
  10. Note: Rien à voir avec Montréal, mais puisque le forum a plusieurs détracteurs de l'architecture Brutaliste, je me disais que ça pourrait causer. Source: The Guardian Architectural fashions change, but even brutalist buildings should be saved Brutalist architecture of the 1960s may not be to everyone's taste now, but that is no reason to tear it down It was only recently, in the great scheme of architecture, that critics and historians brought up with authentic Victorian values despised pretty much any building dating from after the Regency. For decades the Midland Grand Hotel fr
  11. I am currently in Caracas (actually a nearby city called Los Teques, which is sometimes considered part of Greater Caracas). In the city center of Caracas there is a very new (about 5 years old) office building called "Torre David" or sometimes "Torre Confinanzas" which was occupied by people from nearby slums during its last stages of construction. The government then proceeded to pay the developer for the building so they didn't have to take them out. Here are some photos of the building, which is 190 meters tall (that's 623 feet), making it the third tallest building in Venezuela (the first
  12. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette via. The National Post When will people learn, never leave stuff in your car?!
  13. Un milliard $ pour rénover le Parlement Le samedi 19 juillet 2008 Tim Naumetz Presse Canadienne Ottawa Les travaux de rénovation et de reconstruction au Parlement pourraient coûter un minimum de 1 milliard $, selon les prévisions du ministère des Travaux publics. Les plus récents estimés remis par le ministère à La Presse Canadienne n'incluent pas les coûts additionnels pour les réparations majeures qui devront être effectuées dans le bloc central, où des tours sont déjà retenues par des câbles en fer pour prévenir un possible effondrement. Des clôtures empêchent les piétons
  14. Located in one of Montreal's most prestigious and central sectors, Le Luxor condominium offers a living standard of high quality and luxury.
  15. Architect Koolhaas sees economic woes blunting excess SEOUL (Reuters Life!) – Architect Rem Koolhaas, renowned for his striking designs and musings on cities, believes the global economic downturn will lead to less ostentatious, more "socially responsible" buildings that better serve the public. The Dutch architect, whose firm designed the gravity-defying CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, Casa de Musica in Portugal and the Seattle Central Library, said more emphasis will now be placed on the efficient use of space during these lean times. "The last 10 years have been noteworthy for the
  16. Three projects revealed as Amanda Levete Architects rises 2009 presents a challenge to all architecture practices, big and small. But to Amanda Levete the challenge presents a steeper climb than most. Having agreed in 2007 to separate business activities with her ex husband and business partner, the late Jan Kaplicky, Levete embarked upon the creation of an entirely new firm, leaving the Future Systems name to Kaplicky, who sadly passed away in January. With all eyes now on Levete, she has remained committed to works from the Future Systems portfolio such as the City Academy in Londo
  17. Bonjour, Chez moi dans mon corridor central j'ai fait une exposition de Montréal en construction et je voulais en partager une peu avec vous. Si vous avez d'autres photos en construction de nos jours où du passée, amusons nous, exposons-les.
  18. Old Damascus is quite unique, it is enclosed by very high walls and it can only be accessed by very few doors ( i believe 7 of them). Streets are never wider than the width of two cars, and most of them are unmapped and wide enough for one person to pass. Old Damascus is composed of a good sized Christian Minority, and you can find packed Churches on Sundays and other Holidays. Old Damascus is the heart of the oldest still inhabited city in the world, Damascus goes back to over 4000 years before Christ. So I'm not going to spoil any surprises, check the pics and some commentaries... i tried
  19. I have noticed in the past months in this forum and many others in SSP/SSC the amount of rants about ugly suburb sprawl and design. These days, Many neighborhood planners just build and go. Sure they might build a park here and there, but nothing that might add uniqueness to a city or town. Personally i had the chance to live in Calgary and I once visited a neighborhood called McKenzie Towne which is by far i think one of the best examples as to how i would develop suburbs in Canada. All the amenities in the central area with beautifully constructed houses on the outside with great parks, foun
  20. A billionaire Russian tycoon has bought Manhattan's most expensive ever apartment for a cool $88million for his 22 years old daughter. Dmitry Rybolovlev, said to be worth around $9.5billion, can now enjoy a 6,744 sq ft 10-room apartment which overlooks Central Park in Manhattan. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2076017/Russian-billionaire-buys-New-York-Citys-expensive-apartment--88MILLION.html#ixzz1h5n9fLOf
  21. De 260 000$ à 290 000$ taxes incluses - 2 chambres et terrasse avec vue spectaculaire!!! PROMOTION PREVENTE: ELECTROS EN INOX INCLUS POUR UN TEMPS LIMITE! VISITEZ NOTRE UNITÉ MODÈLE. PORTES OUVERTES 27 et 28 JUIN 12H A 17H BIENVENUE A TOUS! Offrant des condominiums uniques et urbains dans l'environnement charmeur de la Petite Italie/Mile-End. Les amoureux de saveurs, de couleurs, artisans, professionnels et créateurs vous trouverez au SANTINI SUR ST-LAURENT un milieu de vie propre à votre style et vos ambitions. Une construction de béton incluant: 2 chambres et terrasses avec vue spectaculaire
  22. Tuesday, July 21, 2009, by Lockhart Curbed.com Concept: bulldoze under Central Park and replace it with a modern, international airport. The idea is so simple, so beautifully elegant, so inevitable that it's hard to believe we didn't think of it ourselves. Rather, credit the shadowy figures behind The Manhattan Airport Foundation, who've worked up an incredibly detailed plan to turn Frederick Law Olmsted's bucolic paradise into a postmodern universe of runways, terminals, and baggage claims. Good news for purists, too: per the Manhattan Airport FAQ, "Whenever possible, vestigial arch
  23. Phase 1 http://www.constructionsmusto.com/main.cfm?p=11&l=fr&Segment=VE&BlocID=306 North of Marché Central Phase 2
  24. i'm posting this cause i can't seem to find any information about it on ssp, emporis, or anywhere else for that matter; i stumbled upon it by "accident" searching for something else on google the other day, and so far, all the news site that mention this project all seem to be from china, india or elsewhere in asia: http://www.todayonline.com/World/EDC101209-0000196/Wuhan-to-have-worlds-3rd-tallest-building Wuhan to have world's 3rd-tallest building SHANGHAI - The Shanghai Greenland Group yesterday said it will invest 30 billion yuan ($5.9 billion) to develop the world's third-tall
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