Rising out of the heart of downtown Montreal, Quad Windsor is infusing new life into the Windsor Station neighbourhood. Urban, vibrant and avant-garde, it will be a meeting place for commerce, entertainment and high-quality residences. Much more than just another district, Quad Windsor is a true extension of downtown Montreal, a new lifestyle reflecting the latest trends in North American urban placemaking, built to meet Montrealers’ highest aspirations.
Built between 1888 and 1924, Windsor Station is considered the crown jewel of neo-roman architecture in Canada. The first phase was designed by architect Bruce Price, who was behind such notable Canadian architectural landmarks as the Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta and Château Frontenac in Quebec City. Featuring over 300,000 square feet of office space, Windsor Station’s centrepiece is the Salle des Pas Perdus (The Concourse), one of the most breathtaking architectural spaces in Montreal.
Deloitte Tower is the proud home to Deloitte, Rio Tinto, the Montreal Exchange, and Analysis Group, among other distinguished businesses. Designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, the 510,000 square foot , LEED Platinum certified Deloitte Tower has raised the bar when it comes to state-of-the-art office environments in downtown Montreal. One of its distinguishing features is a raised floor that allows flexibility for installation and reconfiguration of ventilation systems and facilitates the delivery of data. But, hands down, its signature element is its one-of-a-kind inner courtyard, La Cour Rio Tinto, graced with a stunning reflecting pond that transforms into a skating rink in winter.
Tour des Canadiens is Montreal’s first ever sports and entertainment condominium complex. This elegant tower is one of downtown Montreal’s most sought-after residential addresses.
Located in the bustling heart of the city, it is next door to the Bell Centre, home to the legendary Montreal Canadiens and to over 200 sports and entertainment events annually.
This 50-story tower features 555 condominiums and is a spectacular homage to Montreal’s renowned hockey club. Tour des Canadiens also features at its base the 25,000 square foot Taverne 1909 Moderne, Montreal’s grandest sports dining and viewing destination.
Has The Tour des Canadiens been a success? You bet. The project sold out in a matter of weeks, but the good news is the third phase of this development, TDC3, still has units available.
Following the overwhelming success of Tour des Canadiens, Tour des Canadiens 2 represents the next residential phase in Quad Windsor.
Located on St. Antoine Street just across from Deloitte Tower and the Bell Centre, Tour des Canadiens 2 will feature 590 units on 54 storeys and will have direct access to the underground city via a skybridge connection.
Currently under construction, tour des Canadiens 2 will once again raise the bar for downtown living in Montreal.
All the units for this exciting building have been sold, but the third phase of this development, TDC3, still has units available.
Tour des Canadiens 3, the third phase of downtown Montreal’s most successful condominium development, is on its way. This striking 565-unit, 55-storey tower is situated on St. Antoine Street across from the Montreal Canadiens’ home, the Bell Centre.
TDC3 features stylish, hotel-style amenities and spaces, creating a home environment ideally suited to Montreal’s most vibrant downtown district.
TDC3 also features an above-ground connection to the subway and RESO underground pedestrian network, which means future residents can reach all of downtown Montreal in climate controlled comfort.
Take this chance to own a part of the Tour des Canadiens trilogy! TDC3 coming soon! There are still units available, so register today.
Located in the southeast sector of Quad Windsor, 600 Peel will consist of three towers, featuring 1.5 million square feet of space that will be home to townhouses, highrise condominiums, charming neighbourhood shops and other retail spaces. Designed with interconnectivity in mind, prestigious landscaped spaces will serve as common meeting places for residents.
Designed by the Zeidler Partnership, one of Canada’s preeminent architecture firms, in conjunction with renowned Montreal firm Neuf Architectes, 750 Peel will consist of two AAA towers, offering 1.2 million square feet of Montreal’s most sophisticated and inviting workspace.
Designed to inspire employee engagement and satisfaction, 750 Peel will feature a range of on-site amenities, such as health & wellness classes, daycare, three-season outdoor terraces, and a dining hall.
750 Peel will also be designed to achieve WELL Certification and LEED Gold certification under the Canadian Green Building Council’s new, more rigorous Version 4 standards. What this means is that 750 Peel will maximize productivity and emphasize convenience and comfort for the people who work there.
750 Peel will be Downtown Montreal’s most easily accessed AAA office location. Occupants will appreciate the dedicated, indoor bicycle parking and changing rooms; the towers’ connection to the RESO underground network, which provides access to the commuter rail station, two Metro stations, and the South Shore commuter bus terminal, all within two blocks. There is also access to and from every downtown highway within three blocks.
An easy to get to, healthy, stimulating place to work. What more could a company’s workforce ask for?