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Mise à jour continuellement.

 

Classement par décénies.

 

-Nombre d'étages / nom du projet (année, si disponible) et lien vers le fil-

 

 

***2010 à 2019***

 

52 :: QUAD Windsor (750 Peel) (2014)

 

45 :: Univers Condos, tour 1 (2013)

40 :: 1215 Square Phillips (2012)

40 :: Espace Montmorency, tour 1 (2013) (Laval)

40 :: Espace Montmorency, tour 2 (2013) (Laval)

40 :: Îlot Overdale (2013)

 

38 :: Hilton Montreal (2011)

30 :: Tour St-Jacques (2011)

 

29 :: Les Diamants, tour 1 (2012)

28 :: Les Diamants, tour 2 (2012)

28 :: Le Commodore, tour 1 (2014) (Laval)

27 :: Le Commodore, tour 2 (2014) (Laval)

27 :: Écocité sur le Bois, tour 1 (2010)

26 :: Espace Montmorency, tour 3 (2013) (Laval)

26 :: Espace Montmorency, tour 4 (2013) (Laval)

26 :: Espace Montmorency, tour 5 (2013) (Laval)

26 :: Place du SPECTRUM / Complexe SIDEV (2011)

25 :: Univers Condos, tour 2 (2013)

24 :: Écocité sur le Bois, tour 2 et autres (2010)

24 :: Le Square Dorchester (2011)

21 :: Espace Montmorency, tour 6 (2013) (Laval)

21 :: 1800 René-Lévesque Ouest (2011)

21 :: 1200 Mackay (2015)

21 :: Le Triomphe (2014)

20 :: Rio Tinto Alcan, agrandissement du siège social (2010)

20 :: Boulevard du Souvenir (2012) (Laval)

20 :: Magasin Steve's - 20 étages (2014)

 

18 :: Tour Telus - Ilôt Overdale (2013)

17 :: 1175 Mackay

17 :: Maison Ogilvy (2013)

16 :: Ilot Voyageur (2012)

16 :: Le Belvédère Hampstead (2013)

14 :: Tour Tysel (2012) (Brossard)

14 :: 1800 René-Lévesque Ouest (2011)

13 :: Royal Hotel (2011)

13 :: Édifice Intact (2012) (Longueuil)

12 :: Tour Catania (2013) (Brossard)

12 :: Condos Signature, tour 1 (2013) (Laval)

12 :: Condos Signature, tour 2 (2013) (Laval)

12 :: Condos Signature, tour 3 (2013) (Laval)

11 :: Le MUZ (2015)

10 :: Boulevard du Souvenir (2012) (Laval)

10 :: Le LVL v. 2.0 (2014) (Laval)

10 :: Luz condos (2015)

 

9 :: Marianopolis (2010)

8 :: Lumen, phase 1 (2011)

8 :: Lumen, phase 2 (2011)

8 :: Lumen, phase 3 (2011)

8 :: Rue Crescent / Rue Drummond (2011)

8 :: 59 Crémazie Ouest (2010)

7 :: Secteur 9 (2014) (Laval)

7 :: Place Lennox (2012)

5 :: Ogilvy Warehouse (2015)

4 :: Le RL (2011)

 

X :: Griffintown (2010)

X :: Lac Mirabel (2011)

X :: Gentilly 2 (2012)

X :: Condos le Parc (2014)

X :: Westmount Square (Conversion en condos) (2015)

X :: Château Maplewood (1420 Mont-Royal) (2012)

X :: MUHC : Hôpital Général de Montréal (2012)

X :: Agrandissement Poste de police 31 (Parc Jarry) (2010)

X :: Ferrari + Maserati Showroom par Panzini (2010)

X :: Édifice métro Longueuil (densification) (2010)

 

 

***2000 à 2009***

 

 

60 :: Hôpital Privé Griffintown, Tour 1 (2009)

60 :: Hôpital Privé Griffintown, Tour 2 (2009)

 

50 :: 1300 René-Lévesque Ouest (2004)

 

35 :: 1300 René-Lévesque ouest (2003)

35 :: Les résidences étudiantes ÉTS, phase 4 (2007)

34 :: Le Mackay (2009)

32 :: Tour Mansfield (2008)

30 :: Projet Karl Fisher - boul. de Maisonneuve (2003)

 

28 :: Le Mackay (2008)

28 :: Condos Île Charron (2008)

25 :: Place du Commerce Électronique, phases 3 et suivantes

23 :: 53 Sherbrooke Ouest - 23 Étages (2007)

22 :: 1440 de la Montagne (2008)

21 :: 750 Peel (2007)

21 :: Le Maritime (2007)

20 :: La pointe de la Voie maritime

20 :: Le Prestige de la Rivière (2007)

 

17 :: Le Cristofe-Alexandre (2005)

17 :: Le Chagall (2007)

16 :: Porte Sainte-Marie (2004)

16 :: 1500 René-Lévesque Ouest (2007)

16 :: Mackay / Guy (2002)

15 :: Le Riopelle (2008)

14 :: Siège social d'Autodesk, phase 2 (2008)

13 :: 1 Avenue du Port (2008)

13 :: Le Quartier Parisien (2007)

12 :: Musée Juif de Montréal (2003)

11 :: 225 St Jacques (2007)

11 :: Embassy Suites P.E.T. (2007)

10 :: Le Victoria (2008)

 

8 :: MG1 (2007)

7 :: Le Saint-François (2003)

7 :: Hôtel Notman-Panzini (2001)

7 :: Prince/Wellington (2007)

6 :: Square Cartier phase 2 (2008)

6 :: Habitations Laurier (2004)

5 :: Le Madison du Vieux-Port (2008)

5 :: 1080 Boul. Taschereau (Longueuil) (2008)

5 :: Siège social d'Autodesk, phase 1 (2008)

 

X :: Place des Amériques - Casino/Centre Congrès/Gare/Hotels/Salle de concert (2002)

X :: Cirque du Soleil / Bassin Peel (2004)

X :: Stade des Expos centre-ville (2001)

X :: Condominiums Site Jenkins Lachine (2007)

X :: Reveport - Aerodream (2007)

X :: Technoparc Montréal (2005)

X :: Déménagement de l'hippodrome à Laval (2008)

X :: Parc Rives-Nouvelles (2008)

X :: L'ONU à Montréal (2007)

X :: Écran géant centre-ville (2007)

X :: Destination commerciale et de loisirs Balmoral (2002)

X :: Technodôme (2000)

 

 

***1990 à 1999***

 

 

72 :: 1250 René-Lévesque ouest (1992)

 

34 :: 750 Peel (1991)

 

25 :: 500, boul. de Maisonneuve ouest (1991)

 

17 :: Pointe Nord Canderel, tour 5 (1999)

15 :: Pointe Nord Canderel, tour 4 (1999)

13 :: Pointe Nord Canderel, tour 3 (1999)

 

9 :: Pointe Nord Canderel, tour 2 (1999)

8 :: Pointe Nord Canderel, tour 1 (1999)

 

X :: Expos Office Complex (1998)

 

 

***1980 à 1989***

 

 

42 :: 750 Peel, tour 2 (1988)

40 :: Hydro-Québec / rénovations et agrandissement (1986)

 

37 :: Galleria Dorchester (Îlot Overdale), tour 1 (1987)

37 :: Galleria Dorchester (Îlot Overdale), tour 2 (1987)

33 :: Tour SNC, phase 2 (1989)

30 :: 701 University (1980)

 

27 :: 750 Peel (1986)

24 :: 750 Peel, tour 1 (1988)

23 :: Place du Nouveau Monde (1984)

 

19 :: Complexe Métro de Bleury (1983)

 

7 :: 1000 Saint-Antoine Ouest (1983)

7 :: 2000 rue Drummond (1983)

6 :: 460 Saint-François-Xavier (1983)

 

? :: Galleria Dorchester (1984)

 

X :: Salle de l'OSM, 1984 à aujourd'hui

 

 

***1970 à 1979***

 

 

75 :: Blue Bonnets (1973)

 

60+ :: Place Dupuis (1972)

 

50 :: Hôtel coin Gauchetière et St-Antoine (1972)

 

40 :: 1-Blue Bonnets (1973)

40 :: 2-Blue Bonnets (1973)

 

35 :: ICAO Hotel (1971)

 

22 :: Complexe du Canadien Pacifique (1976)

20 :: Mountain Apartments (1971)

 

17 :: Mountain Condo (1972)

 

X :: Complexe Desjardins (version 1971)

X :: Projet Soeurs Grises (~1975)

 

 

***1960 à 1969***

 

 

47 :: Tour de la Bourse II

47 :: Tour de la Bourse III

 

38 :: Sheraton Cartier

36 :: Tour Laurier (1963)

 

20 :: Projet Eaton-Mace (1968)

 

X :: Tour Montréal-Paris (1964)

X :: STM : métro : ligne 3 rouge (1967)

 

 

***1950 à 1959***

 

 

30 :: 800 Dorchester (version 1953)

 

X :: Autoroute dans l'emprise de la Rue de la Commune - Vieux- Port (1959)

 

 

***1940 à 1949***

 

 

***1930 à 1939***

 

 

X :: Hôtel de ville et centre d'affaires (1931)

 

 

***1920 à 1929***

 

 

40 :: Canadian Pacific Railway Co.

 

35 :: Hôtel Windsor

 

6 :: Stade des Royaux de Montréal (1927)

 

 

***1910 à 1919***

 

 

X :: Centre administratif (1913)

X :: Strathcona Boulevard and Parks (1910)

 

 

***1900 à 1909***

 

 

***19?? à 19??***

 

 

80 :: Tour Bonaventura

 

70 :: 900 de Maisonneuve ouest

 

52 :: Place de la Concorde

 

28 :: Hôtel Sheraton

 

 

***1890 à 1899***

 

 

X :: Terminal du Grand Trunk Railway Co. (1897)

X :: Boulevard de l'Opéra (1894)

X :: Tramways aériens

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Voici quelques anciens projets non réalisés de Canderel listés dans une brochure de promotion datant de 1983.

 

Cela inclut 1) une tour de bureaux adjacente à l’immeuble de Domtar au 395 de Maisonneuve Ouest, 2) le 2000 Drummond, 3) la rénovation du 1000 Saint-Antoine Ouest et 4) un petit projet sur Saint-François-Xavier.

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Welcome to the Technodome

Another high roller gambling on Montreal's future is Abraham Reichmann, nephew of the once mighty Reichmann brothers of urban development infamy (the Toronto-based family is still reeling from losses of the early '90s and the multi-billion-dollar failure of their Canary Wharf project in London's docklands). If Reichmann has his way with us, Montreal will soon be host to what he likes to call, "the world's largest, and single-most technologically advanced indoor attraction, ever."

 

The upstart Reichmann has been shopping his Technodome project around from city to city for nearly a decade. This past summer, Technodome looked as if it might go to Toronto. Now, the young Reichmann has turned what Dinu Bumbaru of Heritage Montreal calls his "very harsh and determined publicity campaign" on Montreal.

 

"We believe, within three to four years," Reichmann claims, "Montreal will emerge as a premier tourist and entertainment destination not only in North America but in the world." The Technodome project has already secured a partnership with the SGF in Montreal by which $50 million will be "borrowed" from Quebec taxpayers. Though land deals have once again stalled, Bickerdyke shipping pier (at the west end of the port) has been chosen as the location for Technodome--neatly representing the shift of an economy of production to one of consumption.

 

Features: Simply put, Technodome takes Disney's concept of the Edenic themepark as a self-contained mini-universe, and plunks it into the middle of Montreal. Its proposed 200-million-square-foot dome would shelter several biospheres, making it possible, according to Duthel, for a patron to go white-water rafting and downhill skiing in the same visit (thus resolving our harsh climate problem). In addition to "nature" attractions, it will feature disaster rides, IMAX theatres, a 125,000-capacity sports and music arena and massive indoor themed zones similar to the "Lands" at the Disney parks.

 

http://www.montrealmirror.com/ARCHIVES/2000/022400/cover.html

 

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Its proposed 200-million-square-foot dome would shelter several biospheres

 

200 million sq foot dome!?!?! Is that even possible! JUst to give you an idea, the entire Quartier Dix30 is on about 10 million sq feet of Land. I can't imagine how horrendously big this Dome would have been. It would have completely eclipsed both downtown Montreal and our favorite little hill!

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200 million sq foot dome!?!?! Is that even possible! JUst to give you an idea, the entire Quartier Dix30 is on about 10 million sq feet of Land. I can't imagine how horrendously big this Dome would have been. It would have completely eclipsed both downtown Montreal and our favorite little hill!

 

Ça donne 4.25km x 4.25km environ.

 

Soit Métro Papineau à Pont Victoria de long par Habitat 67 à Lac des Castors de large.

 

Je sais même pu si on peut qualifier ça de ridicule. Probablement une erreur.

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