Campus1 Montréal has opened across the street from McGill University. Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, the former hotel has been transformed to support student residence and learning environments with a range of amenities and fully furnished suites.
The newly named Zatzman Sportsplex has opened in Dartmouth, N.S. A $28-million renovation and expansion designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects and Abbott Brown Architects adds new amenities and services to this major civic recreational facility.
A heritage building in Toronto’s financial district will be revitalized as an office environment. Designed by prominent Canadian architect Henry Sproatt, the building was originally the Canada Permanent Trust Building.
Montréal-based audiovisual company, Attraction, moved into its new 4924 m2 (53,000 sf) collaborative workspace. Previously divided by two different floors, they left their closed offices behind to join together in a shared single floor space.
Located on the Mount Royal Heritage Site, McGill University in downtown Montréal transformed its Leacock building to meet a new vision focusing on sustainable mobility, increased biodiversity, and innovation. In 2010, the campus was converted to become completely pedestrianized.