The proposed Quartier des lumières project in Montréal’s Centre-Sud borough will be one of nine neighbourhoods in the world, and only Canadian one, to participate in a Fitwel Community certification pilot program.
The Demain Montréal project wins the Reinventing Cities competition by C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group. The competition asks local innovators to transform underutilized urban spaces in their communities into carbon neutral and resilient urban projects.
Designs have been revealed for 1 Square Phillips in downtown Montréal which could be the city’s tallest residential high-rise. This site sits at a crossroads between the business and shopping districts, McGill University, and Place des Festivals.
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 ADHOC architects’ Le Jardinier (“the Gardener”), a multiresidential project in Montréal, has earned the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification. The project also won the 2018 Inova Award by the Urban development institute of Québec (IDU) in the multiresidential projects of $50 million and less category.