Altitude Montreal

Altitude Montreal
General information
Status Complete
Type Condominiums
Location 1195 University Street
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Coordinates

45°30′09″N 73°34′05″W / 45.50250°N 73.56806°W / 45.50250; -73.56806Coordinates: 45°30′09″N 73°34′05″W / 45.50250°N 73.56806°W / 45.50250; -73.56806

Construction started 2010
Completed 2013
Height
Architectural 124 m (407 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 33
Lifts/elevators 5
Design and construction
Architecture firm Jean-Pierre Lagacé Architects
Developer Daca Group
Structural engineer Nicolet, Chartrand, Knoll
Services engineer Bouthillette Parizeau
Other designers Nicole Vekemans
References
[1][2]

Altitude Montreal is a 33-storey, 124 m (407 ft) skyscraper in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located at 1195 University Street at the corner of Cathcart Street in Downtown Montreal, opposite Place Ville-Marie.

Altitude Montreal consists of luxury condominiums and offers hotel-style services to residents such as a pool, spa, fitness centre, lounge, restaurant, business centre, conference room, security, concierge service and a valet.[3]

As of 2013, it is the city's tallest residential tower, but will be surpassed by L'Avenue upon its completion in 2017. Construction on the tower began on May 3, 2010 on what was previously a parking lot, and was topped out with the addition of the architectural tip in November 2012.[3]

Altitude Montreal was designed by architecture firm Jean-Pierre Lagacé Architects, Nicolet, Chartrand, Knoll are the structural engineers, Bouthillette Parizeau are the mechanical engineers, and interior design by Nicole Vekemans. The developer is Daca Group.[3]

See also

References

External links

  • Official website
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