Bell Telephone Building (Montreal)

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Bell Telephone Building
Edifice Bell Montreal 03.jpg
Alternative names Édifice Bell
General information
Type Commercial offices
Location 1050 Beaver Hall Hill
Montreal, Quebec
Coordinates 45°30′08″N 73°33′52″W / 45.502273°N 73.564502°W / 45.502273; -73.564502Coordinates: 45°30′08″N 73°33′52″W / 45.502273°N 73.564502°W / 45.502273; -73.564502
Construction started 1927
Completed 1929
Height
Roof 96 m (315 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 22
Floor area 237,782 sq ft (22,090.7 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Barott and Blackader
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The Bell Telephone Building (French: Édifice Bell) is a neoclassical office building in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was constructed with a steel frame between 1927 and 1929. It has 22 floors and is 96 m (315 ft) tall. It once contained the head office for the Bell Telephone Company.

The Bell Telephone Building has 237,782 sq ft (22,090.7 m2) of class B office space. It was renovated in 1980.[3]

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