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Big Change is Brewing for Montreal

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Because of their large size and coveted geography, old breweries hold particular transformative power. Toderian points to the Carlsberg brewery redevelopment in Copenhagen and Vancouver’s Arbutus Walk neighborhood, where the Carling O’Keefe brewery once stood, as examples of this type of change. “Any time a brewery comes available, it’s a remarkable opportunity for city-building,” he says.

Cities using new social policy to steer that kind of large-scale change is not a common phenomenon. When the Molson project is completed in 2035, the world will see what Montreal made of its rare opportunity.  

Courtesy of CityLab)

16 years to go until we see what happened to this area.

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