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Emplacement : 980, rue Saint-Antoine Ouest
Hauteur en étages : 25 + construction hors-toit d'un étage
Hauteur en mètres : 89 mètres
Nombre d'unités : 290 dont 28 studios (11%), 146 à 1 CC (55%), 66 à 2CC (25%) et 27 à 3 CC (10%)
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  • Les locataires de l'édifice actuel on reçu un avis d'éviction en 2019. L'édifice sera vacant dans 2 ans pour la construction d'une tour résidentielle. Édifice concerné: https://www.pzrealestate.com/building/980-saint-antoine-ouest/
  • Le projet prévoit un basilaire de 4 et 7 étages, surmonté d’une tour atteignant 25 étages (89 mètres). Des locaux commerciaux occupent le rez-de-chaussée et 267 logements sont situés aux étages supérieurs, soit 28 studios (11%),146 unités de 1CC (55%), 66 unités de 2CC (25%) et 27 de 3CC (10%) . Le nombre de logements pour familles à 3 chambres a ainsi été doublé depuis la version précédente, en plus d'offrir au rez-dechaussée une salle de jeux pour enfants et une salle de cinéma maison pour les groupes. Un stationnement souterrain de 3 niveaux accessible depuis une voie au sud du terrain comporte 100 supports à vélos et 107 unités de stationnement pour véhicules.
  • 3 commerces au RDC
  • 3 entrées sur la rue Saint-Antoine Ouest et une sur Mansfield
  • Basilaire en brique d'argile composé de 2 volumes
  • Enveloppe de la tour en panneaux de béton préfabriqués et verre

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https://www.pzrealestate.com/building/980-saint-antoine-ouest/ Tenants have started to receive eviction notices and lease non-renewals.  The building will be vacant in two years and will be demol

120 m, 200 m... J'ai hâte que Montréal s'affranchisse de ces limitations mentales décidées par des non élus, qui abaissent constamment l'élan et l'allure de la ville.  Non, mais vraiment, qui a décidé

Bizarrement when its dramatically shorter no one speaks about respect du cadre bati, intégration, etc etc. But if it was the 1000 that was being built next to this building the levée de boucliers woul

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Tenants have started to receive eviction notices and lease non-renewals.  The building will be vacant in two years and will be demolished and replaced by a 34 storey residential tower.

The same fate awaits 1000 Saint-Antoine, but that is only 6 years from now. They are capping those leases to 5 years.

 

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il y a une heure, GDS a dit :

https://www.pzrealestate.com/building/980-saint-antoine-ouest/

Tenants have started to receive eviction notices and lease non-renewals.  The building will be vacant in two years and will be demolished and replaced by a 34 storey residential tower.

The same fate awaits 1000 Saint-Antoine, but that is only 6 years from now. They are capping those leases to 5 years.

 

Excellent news! This is very welcomed and will help deepen the skyline! Thanks for the scoop GDS.

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YES!!!

I pass by these buildings pretty much everyday and I always saw them as a no. 1 demolition candidate so to be replaced by something modern. 

If only they will soon do the same for 1010 Saint-Antoine (Canadian Govt. Building).

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1 hour ago, swansongtoo said:

Sitting in front of the 1000, Tour des Canadiens juste a l'ouest, BN et VSLP juste a l'est no reason this shouldn't be 200m.  

I couldn't agree more!  There is really no cogent reason for it not to be:  rail tracks, delivery ramps,  no low-rise residential neighborhood to protect, lower vis-a-vis Mont Royal...  

 

37 minutes ago, Tony AKA said:

YES!!!

I pass by these buildings pretty much everyday and I always saw them as a no. 1 demolition candidate so to be replaced by something modern. 

If only they will soon do the same for 1010 Saint-Antoine (Canadian Govt. Building).

I'm conflicted, these buildings add charm to the area and certainly could be developed creatively (facades or whatever) into a taller structure.  The Canadian Govt' building is a beautiful, if short building.

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