Building

Espace Montmorency aims to be LEED Gold certified, with a unique “building blocks” design that is optimized for more light — and life. It is an urban union of density, amenities and vibrancy, with the open green and public spaces typically found on campuses outside the core.

  • Dwellings

    Dwellings
  • Office spaces

    Office spaces
  • Hotel

    Hotel
  • Connecting Zones

    Connecting Zones
  • Commercial Podium

    Commercial Podium
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DISTINCTIVE BY DESIGN

Espace Montmorency will not only be a landmark in Laval — it will be a legacy. With a goal of being LEED Gold certified, the avant-garde assembly of five to 16-storey towers created by Sid Lee Architecture will change the physical, cultural and environmental landscape of the area for generations to come. Across 1.4 million square feet of leasable space, discover how distinction is in the details: forward-thinking touches like smart technology integration, public and private green terraces, and an interior courtyard are what will build the community of tomorrow, today.

Stacked Blocks

Stacked Blocks

Create a building are a central courtyard and broken down into smaller blocks to establish distinct identifiable spaces.
Adjust to site and sun

Adjust to site and sun

Slim down the dwelling blocks, add green roofs and terraces, and elevate the southeastern corner to allow more sun into the courtyard and offices.
Connect

Connect

Bridge different blocks with programmatic loops that contain the various public functions.

Go for LEED Gold

When it comes to green development, Espace Montmorency doesn’t just talk the talk, but is building it block by block. Seeking the LEED Gold-certification, it will boast one of the industry’s highest environmentally responsible and sustainable standards. This isn’t jumping on a trend — it’s transcending perceptions of developments in Laval.