Quad Windsor

Rising out of the heart of downtown Montreal, Quad Windsor will infuse 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 will be a true extension of downtown, a new lifestyle inspired by the latest trends in North American real estate, which lives up to the highest aspirations of Montrealers.


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.

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Deloitte Tower

Designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, Deloitte Tower is aiming for LEED Platinum certification. With more than 510,000 square feet of office space over 26 floors, 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 easy access to its ventilation systems and facilitates the delivery of data. But, hands down, its signature element is its one-of-a-kind inner courtyard, graced with a stunning reflecting pond that transforms into a skating rink in winter.

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Tour des Canadiens

Montreal’s first sports and entertainment condominium, the Tour des Canadiens is one of downtown Montreal's most sought-after residential properties. Located in the bustling city core, right next door to the Bell Centre--home of the legendary Montreal Canadiens--this 50-storey tower will feature over 555 condos when it open its doors in in late 2016.

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Tour des Canadiens 2

Sprung from the overwhelming sucess of Tour des Canadiens, Tour des Canadiens 2 represents the next residential phase in Quad Windsor. following the overwhelming success of Tour des Canadiens. Located on St. Antoine Street just across from Deloitte Tower and the Bell Centre, Tour des Canadiens 2 will feature over 400 units on 37 storeys and a direct access to the underground city. Tour des Canadiens 2 will once again raise the standard for downtown living in Montreal.

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600 Peel

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 condos, charming neighbourhood shops and other retail spaces. Designed with interconnectivity in mind, prestigious landscaped spaces will serve as common meeting places for residents.

750 Peel

Located on the southeast corner of Peel and Saint-Antoine streets, 750 Peel will consist of two AAA office towers, featuring 1.2 million square feet of space designed for LEED Platinum certification. The architecture firm of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill, whose past commissions include the Burj Khalifa in Dubai—the tallest man-made structure in the world—is responsible for the design of this stunning two-tower complex.



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