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Emplacement: 1664-1682 Lincoln
Hauteur en étages: 18
Hauteur en mètres: ajout d'une surhauteur de 59 mètres
Coût du projet: 
Promoteur:  Groupe Brivia
Architecte: ACDF ARCHITECTURE
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Autres informations: 118 unités résidentielles

 

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Une façade en béton de 3 teintes de gris! :silly:

il y a 26 minutes, Faitlemou a dit :

J'espère qu'ils vont conserver ces petites maisons.

C'est ce qui est écrit dans le document (pour les façades et leur reconstitution à leur forme d'origine).

 

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il y a 42 minutes, rufus96 a dit :

We're eventually going to hollow out every single Victorian house left in Montreal. Fingers crossed this project doesn't see the light of day.

Seriously, I’m sure the  interior of these houses have nothing left from their victorian era. Even what’s left of the facades is negligeable, and they propose to actually retore them to their former look. What’s not to like here? 

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1 hour ago, rufus96 said:

We're eventually going to hollow out every single Victorian house left in Montreal. Fingers crossed this project doesn't see the light of day.

These buildings have already been hollowed out and renovated in the past. Keeping Victorians intact is a good initiative, but in this case, restoring the facades and building modern housing above them seems most appropriate. This is right downtown where 2-storey houses are somewhat out of place; it works if something like a pub or restaurant is a tenant (Bishop-Crescent-St-Denis-etc.), not so much for housing. Just my opinion of course, and I am glad they won't simply be torn down like their former neighbors.

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It's a dangerous precedent we're setting with selective demolition of our heritage. Who's to say the facades remain intact during demolition? Le Mount Stephen Hotel anyone?

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il y a 15 minutes, rufus96 a dit :

It's a dangerous precedent we're setting with selective demolition of our heritage. Who's to say the facades remain intact during demolition? Le Mount Stephen Hotel anyone?

Le Mount-Stephen looks better now than it never did since its construction. The restoration turned out to be impeccable, and the building structure is more sound than before the works. 

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42 minutes ago, MartinMtl said:

Le Mount-Stephen looks better now than it never did since its construction. The restoration turned out to be impeccable, and the building structure is more sound than before the works. 

Very true, except now it has a hideous piece of shit attached

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