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  1. Sherbrooke street Prince Arthur Milton-Parc Duluth/St-Denis St-Denis René-Lévesque Sainte-Catherine Square Phillip/Sainte-Catherine
  2. Un petit projet en construction au coin de Saint-Hubert et Gounod que je remarque depuis quelques temps. Je passe relativement souvent dans le secteur. Le projet est déjà entamé. Le trou a été creusé et les fondations sont bien avancées (j'imagine).
  3. en tombant sur cette image: je n'ai pu m'empecher de penser a l'intersection st-hubert / mont-royal. je la croise presque tout les jours a pied et malgre plusieurs modifications au fil du temps, je trouve qu'elle reste particulierement dangereuse. si jamais on decide de 'duluthiser' l'avenue, en la rendant semi pietoniere, pensez vous que ca serait une solution viable pour controller le flot de voitures a cette intersection, qui pourrait aussi servir de delimitation a un sens-unique sur mont-royal (plutot que st-denis), ou est-ce que ca creeait un casse-tete incroyable aux automobilites qui voudraient continuer vers l'est (marie-anne etant vers l'ouest). une addition serait p-e d'inverser le sens des rues resther & st-hubert (au nord de mont-royal jusqu'a laurier), ca rendrait p-e la circulation plus fluide ?.... ????????
  4. 2015-11-18 L'égali-Terre (coopérative d'habitation) 5360, 5370 et 5380, rue Rivard Année d'occupation avril 2016 24 unités Utopie-Créatrice (OSBL en habitation) 5350, rue Rivard 8 lgoements Projet pour personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle http://www.atelierhabitationmontreal.org/projets_en_cours rue St-Denis
  5. Sur le site de l'ancien concessionnaire Clermont Chevrolet sur St-Denis entre les métros Laurier et Rosemont. Les rendus présentent une construction sur le vaste stationnement... je me demande ce qu'ils vont faire avec la batisse comme telle (qu'on voit à la droite de l'image) LE CLERMONT
  6. Au moins trois projets immobiliers verront le jour sur le boulevard René-Lévesque à Montréal dans les années à venir. Et, par ces projets, des promoteurs (Candev, Samcon et le Groupe Cholette) pourraient bien transformer l'allure du boulevard en question, entre la rue St-Denis et le coeur du centre-ville. Le plus avancé de ces projets est celui qu'a lancé le Groupe Cholette angle René-Lévesque et boulevard St-Laurent. Il s'agit d'un complexe de 170 unités réparties sur douze étages. Ces unités de logements sont destinées aux professionnels qui ne veulent qu'un pied-à-terre en ville. Un autre projet, dans les cartons du promoteur Candev, cette fois, serait à l'étude aux bureaux de l'arrondissement de Ville-Marie. Il s'agirait d'une tour résidentielle de 40 étages, doublée d'un hôtel, qui se dresseraient là où se trouve actuellement un vaste stationnement à l'angle René-Lévesque et De Bleury. Enfin, le pic des démolisseurs anéantira l'ancienne salle de spectacles Le Medley, et ce, dès l'an prochain. En lieu et place, le promoteur Samcon construira à cet endroit, soit à l'intersection de la rue St-Denis et du boulevard René-Lévesque, une tour de seize étages, comprenant près de 200 condos. D'après un reportage de Benoît Chapdelaine http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Montreal/2010/10/18/006-Rene-Levesque-immobilier.shtml
  7. Coin St-Denis et Elm Groupe Alta-Socam s’est associé une fois de plus avec la firme Grilli-Samuel afin de participer au développement d'un nouveau projet de condos à St-Lambert. Situé à la jonction des rues Elm et St-Denis, au coeur de St-Lambert, à quelques pas de la gare de train et du centre-ville, ce projet de 19 condominiums comprendra des unités d'environ 920 à 1285 pieds carrés. Nous sommes actuellement dans l'élaboration des plans des unités et du choix des éléments de finition. http://www.elm357.com/
  8. http://www.mondev.ca/condo-for-sale-montreal/Plateau-Mont-Royal/QUARTIER+ST-DENIS-+28+NEW+CONDOS+IN+THE+PLATEAU/ - St-Denis and Ste-Gregoire, 3 floors. - 28-unit condos and lofts. - Ready: Fall 2015 Yet another project by Mondev, plate plate plate, yawwwwwwwn, if these guys were to be just a tiny bit more creative, with some minimal architectural effort, something distinctive!!! They could change the face of Montréal with the amount of construction they have at the moment, but as long as it sells, they will keep that recipe. That's unfortunate.
  9. http://www.quartierdesspectacles.com/fr/blogue/604/la-renaissance-du-theatre-st-denis?utm_source=voix&utm_medium=courriel&utm_campaign=Les_voix_St-Denis sent via Tapatalk
  10. 1912 1911 1911 1910 1911 1913 La réception ducale à Montréal : Les décorations : 1) L'édifice de La Presse ; 2) Arc de triomphe McGill ; 3) Arc des citoyens, angle Peel et Sherbrooke ; 4) Arc, angle Windsor et Dorchester ; 5) Arc, angle St-Denis et Sherbrooke ; 6) Vue de la rue St-Jacques ; 7) Rue Windsor, près Ste-Catherine ; 8) Arc, place Jacques-Cartier ; 9) La gare Windsor ; 10) Rue Sherbrooke, près St-Laurent
  11. MAGNIFIQUE MONTREAL VISIT THE FRENCH CANADIAN CITY WITH A TOUCH OF OOH LA LA… Posted: Tuesday 22 Jan 2008 COMMENTS (0) Above: Hotel St James Located on an island in the St Lawrence River, Montréal, in the French-speaking province of Québec, offers an intriguing mix of North American culture and European heritage – you’ll find Parisian Metro signs and a statue of Queen Victoria in the main square. Canada’s second city is compact, clean and efficient and has a dynamic entertainment scene. The shopping isn’t bad either – you can stroll from the designer boutiques on elegant tree-lined streets to the specialist shops of Little Italy or China or the antique stores strung along the cobbled streets of Old Montréal. WHEN SHOULD I GO? It’s punishingly cold in winter, but you won’t get cold if you head below ground to Underground City – the vast entertainment and shopping mall. Also, the freezing temperatures mean you can head to a nearby ski resort, such as Mont Tremblant, for a short break. Summers are warm but you can cool off with a cruise down the river or a jet boat ride through the Lachine rapids. The international jazz festival (www.montrealjazzfest.com) is held June 26-July 6, while the Just For Laughs comedy festival (www.justfourlaughs.ca), where Jimmy Carr and Billy Connolly have performed, takes place July 10-20. ABOVE: Montreal at night WHERE SHOULD I STAY? If you’re a boutique hotel fan, look no further than 61-room Hotel Le St James (www.hotellestjames.com), housed in a former bank in Old Montréal. It blends traditional upper crust decor in its public rooms with modern furnishings and technology in its bedrooms. Madonna, U2, the Rolling Stones and Sir Elton John have all stayed and we hear that Paris Hilton checked in the night after OK!. The hotel also has private access to the Underground City, which stretches for nearly 19 miles and connects with Metro stations. WHERE SHOULD I EAT? OK! loved the ’50s-style drive-in experience at the Orange Julep (7700 Decarie Blvd). For a relaxed lunch, try Olive et Gourmando (351 St-Paul West) or go one notch up and book a table at the French eatery L’Epicier (311 St-Paul East) in Old Montréal. For people watching, head to a city institution, the chic Café Cherrier (3635 St-Denis), which has a fantastic outdoor terrace. In the evening, try local favourite Les Deux Pierrots (104 St-Paul East), an intimate French-style cabaret, or for fine dining Bonaparte (447 St-Francois-Xavier). And make sure you try the Québecois speciality poutine – chips with melted cheese curds and gravy. It tastes a lot better than it looks! WHAT MUST I SEE? There are two highlights you shouldn’t miss. For panoramic city views take the bus (number 11 from Mont-Royal Metro station) to the summit lookout. Depending on the time of year, you can walk, snow-shoe in the park or hire a pedalo on Beaver Lake. Next up, Old Montréal. Tour it in a horse-drawn carriage or wander on foot taking in the Pointe-à-Callière museum, which presents Montréal’s history in a fascinating interactive way. Or you can pop into the ornate Notre-Dame Basilica, where Céline Dion was married, or pick up some souvenirs at the Bonsecours market. WHERE SHOULD I STOP? Montréal is a cornucopia of shopping opportunities, with 1,200 boutiques in a nine-block area. The best can be found along Rue St-Denis, Laurier Avenue or in Old Montréal for arty finds. In the downtown core you’ll find department stores Ogilvy (1307 Ste-Catherine) and Holt Renfrew (1300 Sherbrooke West), which house international designers and smaller celeb-coveted labels. Given the exchange rate, there are some fantastic bargains to be had. For shops on St-Denis, head to Moly Klute – not for the shy, retiring type! The funky, recycled clothes and accessories, such as a tote bag made from records, will certainly be talking points. Almost next door is Muse, where designer Christian Chenail offers some fab casual dresses. Dubuc is one label that’s causing ripples internationally. His clothes focus on tailored menswear with slight quirks, like the suit jacket with a vest stitched on top. Foodies will salivate in Arthur Quentin, which has every kitchen gadget imaginable. Finally, Revenge has been at the forefront of Canadian design and brings 25 smaller eclectic labels under one roof. WHICH STARS MIGHT I SEE? Montréal is a hot favourite with filmmakers. Last year alone you could have bumped into Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett filming The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, Jason Statham shooting Death Race, or Evangeline Lilly in Afterwards. Meanwhile, Kate Beckinsale was in they city to film Whiteout and Anne Hathaway for Get Smart. WHAT'S THE NIGHTLIFE? There’s plenty to do at night. The best bars and clubs are located on Crescent Street and Blvd St-Laurent above Sherbrooke Street, the latter being more upmarket. It takes 25 minutes to walk between the two streets or it’s a five-minute cab ride. For the best views, head to the sleek lounge bar Club 737 (1 Place Ville-Marie) atop one of Montréal’s tallest skyscrapers, or to Pullmans Wine Bar (3424 Avenue du Parc), a chic-minimalist joint with a lengthy wine list. HOW DO I GET THERE? British Airways (0870 850 9850; www.ba.com/montreal) is currently offering a three-night Montréal Sweet Escape package from £479 per person including flights from London Heathrow and accommodation in a four-star hotel. http://ok.co.uk/travel/view/314/Magnifique-Montreal/
  12. Interesting article in this week's New York Village Voice. Although there's a mistake as Toqué is not on St-Denis street anymore... and its been a while! http://www.villagevoice.com/2010-12-15/restaurants/exploring-the-montreal-new-york-food-connection/