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Quartier Concordia

 

Quartier Concordia will transform the Sir George Williams campus from a collection of scattered buildings into a welcoming and cohesive urban campus in the area bordered generally by Sherbrooke, Guy, René-Lévesque, and Bishop.

The goals of the Quartier Concordia project include improving the use of outdoor spaces, stimulating street life, and providing respite for the Concordia community and the public. The project will optimize vehicular and bicycle traffic as well as pedestrian flow, facilitate movement between campus buildings, and ensure the safe interaction of vehicles and pedestrians. Quartier Concordia will also maintain a welcoming environment for the Concordia community and the public, highlight landmarks, improve the use of space, promote the display of artwork and create a distinct campus environment within the downtown core.

The project will be carried out over several years by Groupe Cardinal Hardy and in conjunction with the City of Montreal.

 

Facts:

  • A multi-year project
  • Landscape architect: Groupe Cardinal Hardy
  • Location: The area bordered by Sherbrooke, Guy, René-Lévesque, and Bishop
  • The project will promote a distinct, welcoming, and efficient downtown campus

Edited by Malek

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ahahahaha where to start !?!?!

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c'est le building laid sur Maisonneuve qui à l'air d'avoir eu un face lift.

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