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Montréal is the second-largest city in Canada and the largest city in the province of Quebec. Founded in 1642, originally called Ville-Marie, or "City of Mary", the city takes its present name from Mont-Royal, the triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city, whose name was also initially given to the island on which the city is located, or Mont Réal as it was spelled in Middle French, (Mont Royal in present French).

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700 Saint-Jacques56proposed(1)
800 Saint-Jacques46proposed
600 Peel II45proposed(1)
600 Peel I45proposed(2)
Tour QdS Jeanne-Mance30proposed(1)
975 Lucien-L'Allier45proposed(1)
600 Peel III35proposed(1)
Appartements Dorchester37proposed
628 Saint-Jacques35proposed(1)
Square Children's - Tour 132proposed(1)
Symphonia POP32proposed(1)
Square Children's - Tour 428proposed
EstWest Condos 227proposed
EstWest Condos 127proposed
Square Children's - Tour 524proposed
Hôtel 117524proposed(1)
Voltige - Tour Panora26proposed
Laurent & Clark II25proposed(2)
2144 Bleury25proposed(1)
255 Duke24proposed
Le Drummond II21proposed(1)
MaryRobert II22proposed
MaryRobert Condominiums I22proposed
Union sur le parc II20proposed(1)
Tour Peel20proposed(1)
Square Children's - Tour 620proposed(1)
Carré Saint-Laurent II20proposed(1)
1190 Drummond17proposed
Tour De Bleury13proposed(1)
1458 de la Montagne17proposed
Les bassins du havre - Quai 420proposed(1)
Voltige - Tour Belvedere16proposed
Le Dorchester14proposed(1)
Gallery sur le Canal 314proposed(1)
435 McGill Street14proposed(1)
21e Arrondissement Ph.414proposed
Tours Alta III13proposed
LUX Résidences Gouverneur IV12proposed
C3 Cavendish11proposed
Les Bassins du Nouveau Havre 220proposed
Les Bassins du Nouveau Havre 120proposed
Sixty Hotel Montreal18proposed
Villa Marisa Barth [1]16proposed
Villa Marisa Barth [2]12proposed