Tour des Canadiens

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Tour des Canadiens
TDCrennder.jpg
Render of the project
General information
Status Under construction
Type Condominiums
Town or city Montreal, Quebec
Country  Canada
Construction started 2013
Completed 2016
Cost C$230 million
Height 167 metres (548 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 50
Design and construction
Architect IBI/CHA (Cardinal Hardy) / Martin Marcotte / Beinhaker
Website
www.tourdescanadiens.com

The Tour des Canadiens is a condominium skyscraper complex under construction in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It will be located next to the Bell Centre in downtown Montreal, at Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal and Mountain Street, and is named for the Montreal Canadiens hockey team, which is a part-owner of the project.

The tower will consist of 552 condos, with thirteen floors of parking and a large sports bar on the ground floor.

As of February 2013, the project has been approved by the city and is 100% sold. Construction began in July 2013, with a completion date expected sometime in 2016.

At 50 floors and an estimated 167 metres, it will become the seventh tallest building in the city, and the second tallest residential tower.

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Coordinates: 45°30′09″N 73°34′06″W / 45.5025°N 73.5682°W / 45.5025; -73.5682