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West-Island shows new life
15 Jun, 2010, Montreal
Class ‘A’ tower first multi-tenant development in two decades.
The West Island will have its first new, multi-tenant development in over 20-years with a 6-storey 112,000 square foot offering by Triad Capital.
6500 Trans-Canada will form part of an existing mixed-use complex, anchored by a new lead tenant, Investor's Group, which will occupy 30,000 square feet. The project is slated to be completed in Spring 2011.
"This is an exciting new development for our suburban markets," said Louis Burgos, Senior Managing Director of Cushman & Wakefield which is representing the building. "New buildings with modern amenities provide greater choice and new options previously unavailable for tenants wanting to be in the suburbs."
The building at the intersection of Autoroute 40 and St-Jean's boulevard, is designed by leading Montreal architectural firm, DCYSA, and features a modern and sleek design and the latest in building features and technology. The building contains many sustainable design elements and state-of-the-art energy systems.
Montreal's West Island has long been an area where innovation and growth have congregated, taking advantage of an educated and bilingual employment pool, good access to public transport, easy access to the airport and very competitive rents and operating costs.
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