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J'ai pris 1850 photos lors de mon voyage a travers les E-U, voici un preview Panorama tres vite fait, mais bon... voici Times Square! Cliquez pour agrandir: http://i531.photobucket.com/albums/dd355/notcataclaw/USA%202008/tspano1-1.jpg[/url] Deux autres preview: Je vais faire un mega post bientot avec des centaines de photos de New York, Washington D.C., Baltimore, St-Louis, Cleveland, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville, Baton Rouge, Houston, Dallas, Denver, Boulder, Atlanta, etc.
Now this is news that is good for Montreal, good for the hub development, and ultimately important for the city. On aircanada.com at this moment, one will see that AC has loaded for summer 2016 a daily Montreal-Denver, Daily Montreal-Houston and Double Daily Montreal-Philly. Good news!
Quelle est votre ville préférée (excluant Montréal, bien sûr!) et pourquoi? Ma préférée en dehors de Montréal est New York City, mais en deuxième place, très proche de NYC, se retrouve Dallas. Mon top 5 serait (sans compter Montréal ou d'autres villes Québécoises) 1. NYC, USA 2. Dallas, USA 3. Ottawa, ON 4. Lisbonne, PT 5. Denver, USA Dallas: Belle, propre, moderne et en pleine croissance. Je trouve la culture là bas incroyablement charmante. Et bien sûr, on est sur un forum d'architecture, alors... l'architecture est splendide ;) Photos 2007 et 2008:
Made you click Molson Coors relocating headquarters to 1801 California in downtown Denver Molly Armbrister Reporter- Denver Business Journal Molson Coors Brewing Co. will relocate its U.S. headquarters next year to Denver's second-tallest building: 1801 California. The company (NYSE: TAP) has leased 53,872 square feet in the 54-story tower at 1801 California St., which was purchased and upgraded by Brookfield Office Properties Inc. last year. Molson Coors will renovate the office areas, located on the 45th, 46th and part of the 47th floors, beginning in the spring. The company expects to inhabit the new space in fall 2015. Molson Coors' HQ is currently located at 1225 17th St. in Denver. It also has headquarters space in Montreal. "We are pleased to be moving to 1801 California, which will allow us to maintain our headquarters presence in vibrant downtown Denver," said Sam Walker, Molson Coors global chief people and legal officer. "This new location enables us to bring together our offices and employees under one roof and remain in the heart of Denver's thriving business community." 1801 California was formerly occupied entirely by Qwest Communications, but now CenturyLink Inc., which bought out Qwest, occupies about 30 percent of the building's 1.3 million square feet. Brookfield has been working to fill the building since completing its renovations on the property in February. "We're thrilled to have Molson Coors' U.S. headquarters making its home at 1801 California, said David Sternberg, executive vice president for the midwest and mountain regions for Brookfield. "1801 California is an ideal setting for Molson Coors — a landmark location for one of Colorado's iconic companies and one of the world's leading brewers," said Ted Harris, senior vice president at Cassidy Turley, one of the brokers on the transaction.