We’re revitalizing by bringing life back to the Main.
Carré Saint-Laurent is a major development that will bring new life to one of Montreal’s most famous intersections, the iconic corner of Saint-Laurent and Sainte-Catherine.
Picture / Carré Saint-Laurent Building
The Carré Saint-Laurent will occupy the entire area between Rue Saint-Catherine to the north, Monument-National theatre to the south, Boulevard Saint-Laurent to the east and Rue Clark to the west.
The new 260,000 sq. ft. development, slated to open in 2019, will house a one-of-a-kind food court on the ground floor, the Centre d’Histoire de Montréal on the second floor, and 900 Quebec government employees in the 8 floors of the south tower. The north tower is a prime location for a 150-room hotel.
A 175-space, three-level underground parking garage will serve the new development, including 5 spaces with electric vehicle charging stations and 100 bike-parking spaces.
The entire building is on the cutting edge of sustainability, built to LEED-CS standards. Carré Saint-Laurent has already won the 2014 Projet Vert green development award from Voir vert-Le Portail du bâtiment durable au Québec for outstanding environmental performance.
SDA’s partners for this project are Provencher_Roy (architects), Pomerleau (general contractor), SNC-Lavalin (structural and civil engineering), and SMI-Enerpro (mechanical and electrical). The Carré Saint-Laurent development is financed through Fonds Immobilier Angus (FIA), a fund developed jointly by Fondaction and SDA.
independent food stalls
in an open-plan food court showcasing local cuisines.
Quebec government employees
on 8 floors in the south tower.