DESIGNED FOR

DOWNTOWN.

DEVELOPED FOR

LAVAL.

Espace Montmorency is a hub that is as urban as it is human —
at the intersection of business, community and culture.

DESIGNED FOR

DOWNTOWN.

DEVELOPED FOR

LAVAL.

Espace Montmorency is a hub that is as urban as it is human — at the intersection of business, community and culture.

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THE PROJECT

MIXED-USE

DEVELOPMENT

OF TOMORROW — TODAY

Espace Montmorency is a multi-purpose, 1.4 million square-foot development built on the principles of downtown design — a synergy of business, community and culture, and social and environmental responsibility. Aiming to be certified LEED Gold and integrating smart technology, it harmonizes offices, hotels and spas, cafés and restaurants, retail, public transportation and rejuvenated green spaces in a style that is urban. This will create a diverse environment inviting to all people and ages, from students to retirees, fashionistas to foodies, employees to explorers.

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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

WELCOME TO THE

BIG CITY

Downtown for most means community and convenience: being able to walk to shops, culture, education and public transportation. Now, you can find that in Laval. Espace Montmorency will be energizing a neighbourhood that already includes shops, performance halls, a Université de Montréal campus and the brand-new Place Bell athletics facility and amphitheatre, all just steps away from Montmorency metro station.

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THE ARCHITECTURE

DISTINCTIVE

BY DESIGN

Espace Montmorency is a four-phase project including an avant-garde assembly of towers ranging from five to 16 storeys. Across 1.4 million square feet of leasable space, Sid Lee Architecture has created a different kind of development — one that is not only bigger, but better. Picture: public and private green spaces spread over several floors, smart technology for booking everything from parking to gym classes, and an interior courtyard to connect people to the environmental and each other.