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Nom: Le Roccabella
Hauteur en étages: 40, 40
Hauteur en mètres: 147, 147
Coût du projet: 117 000 000,00$
Promoteur: MC Finance
Architecte: Béïque, Legault, Thuot Architectes
Entrepreneur général: Magil Construction
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Début de construction: Printemps 2013
Fin de construction: Mars 2018
Site internet: http://roccabella.ca/
Lien webcam: http://www.magil.com/roccabella.php
Autres informations: 5 étages de stationnement souterrain, 298 condos pour la tour est, 50 000 pieds carrés d'espaces commerciaux sur 2 étages (basilaire), tour est : 80% vendu septembre 2014, le revêtement du basilaire sera en pierres nobles, les hautes tours auront des murs-rideaux, le basilaire sera construit en entier avec la tour est, la tour ouest sera mise en marché ultérieurement et sera construite sur le basilaire déjà construit
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Le ‎2018‎-‎05‎-‎07 à 22:43, denpanosekai a dit :

April 29 2018

Sainte Catherine at Drummond featuring CAA building and the wonderful Best Western plus.

 

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Un des grands classiques du centre-ville de Montréal, le sublime édifice du CAA et le majestueux Best Western.

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Il y a 1 heure, man with the golden gun a dit :

Un des grands classiques du centre-ville de Montréal, le sublime édifice du CAA et le majestueux Best Western.

Sans oublier la colonne vertébrale de métal de l'Icône

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The Casse Croute Jerry is closed, less than a year after opening. The Europea needed more space aparently... I would love to see the Casse Croute Jerry take the old Europea location, that or to be on Crescent.

They are owned by the same people.

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Histoire d'AirBnb au Roccabella

https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/montreal-airbnb-hosts-ordered-to-pay-more-than-50000-to-condo-syndicate

Montreal Airbnb hosts ordered to pay more than $50,000 to condo syndicate

The condo complex's management had hired private investigators to catch tenants in the act of renting out units through Airbnb.

JESSE FEITH, MONTREAL GAZETTE 
Updated: January 28, 2020

 

Tenants of a downtown Montreal condo complex have been ordered to pay more than $50,000 after an undercover investigation revealed they were renting out units on Airbnb against the building’s regulations.

After several attempts to curb the problem, the building’s management had hired private investigators last June to go undercover and rent the units online, proving tenants were using the short-term rental service.

The complex’s co-owners syndicate then used the evidence collected to seek court orders to get the tenants to cease renting out the units online and pay damages for other residents in the building.

“It was a necessary step and I think the judgment lets people know what to expect if they keep renting out their units,” said Serge Labelle of MC Finance, the company that manages the syndicate. “It’s a clear and precise message that this kind of situation is not allowed and won’t be tolerated.”

The condo complex in question, the Roccabella towers on René-Lévesque Blvd., prohibits short- term rentals through its co-owners declaration and building rules. It was tenants who had signed long-term leases with owners who were then renting out the units on Airbnb.

In his judgment, Quebec Superior Court Judge Christian J. Brossard wrote the tenants knew that by renting out the condos on Airbnb “they were likely seriously undermining the rights of (other residents) and the free and peaceful enjoyment of their property.”

The judge ordered a tenant and owner to pay the syndicate a total of $37,000 and another tenant to pay $16,000. Brossard also ordered them to cease renting the units on any short-term rental website. Two of them appealed the judgment but had their appeal dismissed last week.

Management acted on the situation after repeated complaints about noise, people not knowing how to use the facilities and trash being left in the hallways, among others.

One of the tenants, using the name “Mtl Luxury” on Airbnb, had advertised his unit on the platform as coming with access to the building’s shared pool, Jacuzzi and gym.

The court requests had argued the tenants acted in a “clandestine and fraudulent manner” and “developed a scheme to avoid being unmasked.”

To go undetected, the documents say, they had someone else hand over the keys to renters, didn’t list the real address on Airbnb, had people meet nearby instead of at the complex itself and asked them to leave the keys inside the unit to not raise suspicions with reception.

The ensuing investigation caught the tenants in the act. While an undercover GardaWorld investigator picked up keys to a unit after renting it on Airbnb — for the price of $900 for two nights — another investigator filmed the transaction from his car.

The court order requests argued short-term rentals have “evolved to the detriment” of all Montrealers.

“Originally, online short-term rental platforms wanted to be an innovative concept of the sharing economy,” the requests said. “Several years later … the foundation of the sharing economy has given way to a thirst for enrichment made insatiable by rental income as astronomical as it is spontaneous.”

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Le 2019-10-13 à 20:30, Anderson a dit :

13 octobre 2019

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Simplement: WOW! la photo de l'année sur MTLUrB!

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