Return of a legend
As an ode to the greatest hockey franchise in the history of NHL, Tour des Canadiens 2 will be iconic and breathtaking. The building is an architecturally sculpted glass tower whose slender, skewed and tapered forms are inspired by icicles. At night, the illuminated ‘icicle’ tops will glow and create dramatic views appearing different when viewed from various vantage points in the city. The dramatic 4-storey high atrium overlooks the St. Antoine-Jean d’Estrees plaza. The Atrium’s Skybridge directly connects the building to Windsor Station and the Bell Centre. Another prominent feature of the building is its elegant stone faced podium that integrates with the heritage building.
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Lace up for a new urban vision
Get set to embark upon a visionary odyssey, a journey that will start at the heritage Windsor Station and culminate in a dynamic new downtown destination. Introducing Quad Windsor: an ambitious $2-Billion mixed-use, master-planned development that will transform the Montreal downtown core into a vibrant district, energized by a proposed new 2 acre city park, culture, sports, dining, shopping, new offices and residences. Quad Windsor will be more than just a district; it will be an extension of downtown and a brand new lifestyle rooted in Montreal’s heritage. The residential component of Quad Windsor is already off to a great start with the success of Tour des Canadiens condominiums. Now get set to welcome its breathtaking sequel. It’s time to raise the game once again.