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Vous pouvez imaginer le Altitude deux coins de rue plus loin... Ces deux nouvelles tours ajouteraient pas mal de punch à ce coin de la ville qui est surtout bâti d'édifices en pierre et en béton !




Intéressant, j'ai trouvé ça en fouillant sur l'ancienne page de ce projet. ( http://mtlurb.com/forums/showthread.php/1497-1215-Square-Phillips-40-%C3%A9tages-%282012%29/page33).


Si il est construit, il va avoir un impact important dans le secteur.

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Previous thread for 1215 Square Phillips.



New zoning change requested


Le programme

La demande vise à permettre l'occupation, aux fins de l’usage « université », aux étages 2

à 33 du bâtiment projeté, approuvé en surhauteur (décision déléguée D2094400032 du

2009-07-15). Lors de la présentation du projet au comité consultatif d’urbanisme, à sa

séance du 29 juin 2009, il s’agissait alors d’une tour à bureaux avec commerces au rez-dechaussée.

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il y a 3 minutes, whitesand a dit :

Brivia is buying the land for $45M. 

Good news, this chinese company is buying every land available downtown which has been underdevelopped for decades. They currently are devlopping YUL and Stanbrooke. New project is almost a given and it will go UP!! 

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Brivia Group buys downtown Montreal development site

RENX Staff | Property Biz Canada | 2018-04-12
Brivia Group Inc. has purchased a prime downtown Montreal development site which could offer nearly a million square feet of buildable area.

Brivia paid $45 million for the 79,864-square-foot property, located at 1201-1215 Phillips Square, according to JLL Montreal’s Capital Markets Group, which executed the sale. The vendor is Canderel Group of Companies.

The Phillips Square site is just off of the city’s primary commercial artery, Sainte-Catherine Street. It represents an “exceptional development opportunity” of 925,000 square feet or more, JLL says in a release announcing the sale.

On its website, Canderel calls it “one of the last prominent downtown locations in Montreal for the construction of a new office tower.” Canderel also lauds the easy access to the Montreal Metro system and major highways such as the Bonaventure and the 720 (Ville Marie Expressway).

When Canderel purchased the site, used as a parking lot, in 2015 it was planning a LEED-certified office tower with up to 140,000 square feet of retail space at the base.

About Brivia Group, Canderel

Canderel is a Montreal-based company offering property acquisition, development and management, construction, leasing, marketing, and asset management services. Canderel develops top-tier commercial, retail, industrial and high-tech spaces nationwide, which serve a wide array of businesses.

Through a Canada-wide network of brokers, Canderel has lease thousands of offices in properties it owns, manages and represents, and has also marketed and sold over 7,500 condominiums.

It also has offices in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver.

Brivia is also Montreal-based, and owns a portfolio of a half-dozen apartment and condominium properties in the Greater Montreal Area. It is also developing the Nest Condominiums at Crescent St. and Rene-Levesque Blvd.

RENX is working to obtain further details of this breaking story. We will update as more information becomes available

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