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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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Listing 1 to 40 of 40 buildings
Name|Floors|Status|Year|Drawings
Place Bonaventura80cancelled(1)
1300 René-Lévesque Ouest50cancelled(1)
Canadian Pacific Hotel40cancelled
1215 Square Phillips40cancelled(2)
Bleury 244cancelled
Bleury 144cancelled
Place de la Cité Internationale II31cancelled(1)
Waldorf=Astoria Hotel & Residences Montreal32cancelled(3)
1250 rue Saint-Antoine West35cancelled(2)
1150 rue Saint-Antoine West35cancelled(2)
Édifice Hydro Québec 2cancelled
701 University33cancelled(2)
Tour Mansfield32cancelled
1175 Mackay28cancelled
Le Victoire24cancelled(1)
Le Square Dorchester22cancelled(1)
Le Maritime21cancelled(1)
Le Triomphe21cancelled
1440 de la Montagne22cancelled(1)
400 Dowd16cancelled(1)
Le Sleb 216cancelled(1)
Le Chagall Tour [2]17cancelled
Le Chagall Tour [1]17cancelled
1 Avenue du Port II13cancelled
225 Saint-Jacques11cancelled
Name|Floors|Status|Year|Drawings
Dominion Square Tower48cancelled
Univers [1]45cancelled
Univers [2]35cancelled
Tour St-Jacques30cancelled
Les Diamants Tour 230cancelled
Les Diamants Tour 130cancelled
Le Mackay28cancelled
Windsor Hotel Tower26cancelled
Complexe SIDEV26cancelled
Le Cristofe Alexandre21cancelled
700 St-Jacques20cancelled
500, Boulevard de Maisonneuve20cancelled
Sheraton Cartiercancelled
Edifice Carré Victoriacancelled
Asia-Pacific Trade Centrecancelled