Montreal Facts

150m+ Buildings 10 Completed5 Under Constr.
Tallest Building Le 1250 Boulevard Rene-Levesque (226 m)
Global Ranking #90 in the world by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
Regional Ranking #17 in North America by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
Country Ranking #3 in Canada by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
First 150m+ Building Place Ville Marie (1962)
Average Building Age 30 years
Most Common Function Office , 53%
Most Common Material Concrete , 70%

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings.

Buildings See All Buildings in City

1   Le 1250 Boulevard Rene-Levesque 1992 226 m
2   Le 1000 de la Gauchetiere 1992 205 m
3   Victoria sur le Parc 2023 200 m
4   National Bank Headquarters 2022 200 m
5   Maestria Tour B 2023 198 m
6   Tour de la Bourse 1964 190 m
7   Place Ville Marie 1962 188 m
8   Maestria Tour A 2023 185 m
9   L'Avenue 2017 184 m
10   La Tour CIBC 1962 184 m
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.
1   Tour Jeanne-Mance - 145 m
2   Icône 2 - 107 m
3   Laurent & Clark II - 80 m
4   20 de Maisonneuve - 75 m
5   1000 de la Montagne 2022 -
  Proposed
1   Le 1250 Boulevard Rene-Levesque 1992 226 m
2   Le 1000 de la Gauchetiere 1992 205 m
3   Victoria sur le Parc 2023 200 m
4   National Bank Headquarters 2022 200 m
5   Maestria Tour B 2023 198 m
6   Tour de la Bourse 1964 190 m
7   Place Ville Marie 1962 188 m
8   Maestria Tour A 2023 185 m
9   L'Avenue 2017 184 m
10   La Tour CIBC 1962 184 m
  Completed   Under Constr.

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CTBUH Initiatives

CTBUH 2019 Global Walking Tour: 50 Forward | 50 Back
27 Jun 2019 – Tour Report

2018 Global Walking Tour: Walking on Water Reports
2 Aug 2018 – Tour Report

Tall Timber: A Global Audit
26 Jun 2017 – CTBUH Research

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CTBUH Initiatives Related to Montreal

CTBUH 2019 Global Walking Tour: 50 Forward | 50 Back
27 Jun 2019, Chicago – Tour Report
The CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized its sixth annual Global Walking Tours, which took place in 25 cities around the world.
2018 Global Walking Tour: Walking on Water Reports
2 Aug 2018 – Tour Report
This year's 2018 Global Walking Tour explored the role of tall buildings along waterfronts and other natural settings.
Tall Timber: A Global Audit
26 Jun 2017, Chicago – CTBUH Research
The CTBUH has produced its latest Tall Buildings in Numbers research study, entitled "Tall Timber: A Global Audit."
2017 Global Walking Tours: The Space Within Tall Buildings
21 Jun-7 Jul 2017 – Tour Report
The CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized its fourth annual Global Walking Tours, which took place in 15 cities around the world.
CTBUH 'UH'PDATE October 2016
4 Oct 2016, Toronto – CTBUH News
The fourth issue of CTBUH 'UH'PDATE provides information on some of the early events and studies of the Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee.
Global Twilight Walking Tours
25 Aug 2016, Chicago – Tour Report
The CTBUH UH/UD Committee organized its third annual Global Walking Tours in 13 cities around the world, examining public spaces in a twilight setting.
Warm Weather Spaces Walking Tours 2015
17 Sep 2015 – Tour Report
The CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized guided walking tours of 16 cities around the globe, focusing on urban habitats around tall buildings.
CTBUH Research: Canada Grows Taller
Dec 2012 – CTBUH Research
Twenty-six buildings taller than 150 meters have been built in Canada since 2005 and it added four buildings taller than 200 meters in 2012, the most ever in a single year.

Research Papers

The Garden City in Three Dimensions
Oct 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue IV

Dense Urbanism: The High-Rise Tower as a Building Block for the Public Realm
26 Oct 2015 – Asia & Australasia: A Selection of Written Works on the World's Tall Building Forefront

“Joan of Architecture” and the Difficulty of Simplicity
Nov 2013 – CTBUH Journal, 2013 Issue IV

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Papers Related to Montreal

The Garden City in Three Dimensions
Oct 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue IV; Moshe Safdie, Safdie Architects
With a career spanning back to the Habitat ’67 residential complex in Montréal, Moshe Safdie’s work has always evoked images of utopian science fiction, yet is grounded…
Dense Urbanism: The High-Rise Tower as a Building Block for the Public Realm
26 Oct 2015 – Asia & Australasia: A Selection of Written Works on the World's Tall Building Forefront; Moshe Safdie & Jaron Lubin, Safdie Architects
Though the skyscraper has been with us for a century, we are yet to discover how to deploy it as an effective building block for contemporary urbanism. Before the age of…
“Joan of Architecture” and the Difficulty of Simplicity
Nov 2013 – CTBUH Journal, 2013 Issue IV; Phyllis Lambert, Centre Canadien d'Architecture
Phyllis Lambert, the daughter of the Seagram owner Samuel Bronfman, played an integral role in selecting Mies van der Rohe and Phillip Johnson to design the definitive…
Canada Grows Taller
Dec 2012 – CTBUH Journal, 2012 Issue IV; CTBUH Research
Twenty-six buildings taller than 150 meters have been built in Canada since 2005 and it added four buildings taller than 200 meters in 2012, the most ever in a single…

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