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MONTREAL | Le Duke | 25 FLOORS

Looks like this project evolved

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297 Rue Duke
Montreal , Québec
H3C 2M2


TYPE OF CENTRE: Mixed Use
LEASABLE AREA: 25,000 sq. feet
COMPLETION DATE: 2020
Development Status: Active Development
Estimated Project Cost: $127,000,000
Major Tenants: IGA

A joint venture project with PrinceDev, the new Le Duke mixed use development is adjacent to the new Bonaventure Greenway in Old Montreal, comprising an estimated $127 million investment, 25 storey mixed use tower with 390 residential rental units above a 25,000 sq. ft. IGA branded Sobeys grocery store, 1,000 sq. ft. of retail space with frontage on William Street and 300 underground parking stalls. The new building will retain the existing heritage building currently on site, integrating the two story façade and structure into the new development. Development of Le Duke commenced in late 2017 with completion estimated in 2020
https://www.crombiereit.ca/development/le-duke


https://www.buzzbuzzhome.com/ca/le-duke


https://www.buzzbuzzhome.com/ca/le-duke

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IMO, these locations should be zoned for much taller buildings given the combined width of Robert Bourassa and the train tracks (especially since the middle of Robert Bourassa is now a "park").. 24 floors seems like a bit of a waste.
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Balconies are taking forever to install... Also rents here are bonkers. Range is between $1260 a month to $7,000 a month for 3 bedrooms.... absolutely insane.
     
     
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