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Le Square Children (PROJET GLOBAL)


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Nom: Le Square Childrens
Hauteur en étages: 20 à 38 étages
Hauteur en mètres:
Coût du projet: 400 millions
Promoteur: Devimco et Bâtimo
Architecte:
Entrepreneur général:
Emplacement: ancien Montreal Children's Hospital
Début de construction:
Fin de construction:
Site internet: https://squarechildrens.ca/
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Autres informations: 1 400 unités de logements, commerces, bureaux, hôte, centre communautaire, espaces verts et volet communautaire. 7 immeubles en tout.
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Le 2020-07-16 à 13:01, DENIJS a dit :

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Merci pour la photo. On voit bien le projet monter depuis le Pont Chanplain. :) 

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It is not an accident; Atwater (as well as Berri in the east) were designated as "poles" back in the 1960's, so that's why there is a cluster of higher density and taller buildings in that area (see map http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/pls/portal/docs/page/plan_urbanisme_en/media/documents/150921_hauteurs_25_en.pdf). That idea was reviewed again several times and the "pole" now includes Lionel-Groulx, but without the density. https://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=7757,142473152&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL.

Perhaps a new, more eastward pole could be created in the Papineau area? Yes, there are several low rise projects in the area, but why not increase the hight levels to thirty floors? (l'Entrée Maritime, Quartier des Lumières, Molson Project)?

 

 

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