Complexe Maisonneuve facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsComplexe Maisonneuve
|Location||600-700 De la Gauchetière Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Coordinates||45°30′07″N 73°33′50″W / 45.50186°N 73.56384°W|
|Roof||128 metres (420 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Sylvia Gottwald-Thapar Built by Donolo Construction company.|
Complexe Maisonneuve is an office building complex in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Complexe Maisonneuve is located on De la Gauchetière Street West between University Street and Beaver Hall Hill. It is situated facing Victoria Square in the Quartier international district of Downtown Montreal, and is linked to Montreal's Underground City and Square-Victoria-OACI Station on the Montreal Metro. The complex consists of two buildings, the Tour de la Banque Nationale and 700 de La Gauchetière. It was inaugurated on October 31, 1983. The two towers share an underground base six floors deep.
The complex was designed by American architect Sylvia Gottwald-Thapar in the modernist architectural style, and is the only all-steel structure built in Montreal since the 1960s.
600 de La Gauchetière West
600 de La Gauchetière West (formerly known as the National Bank Tower) is 28 stories, and 128 metres (420 ft) high. It is located at 600 De la Gauchetière Street West.
The building is home to the headquarters of the National Bank of Canada and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.
700 de La Gauchetière West
700 de La Gauchetière West (previously known as Tour Bell Canada) is 28 stories, and 128 metres (420 ft) high. It is located at 700 De la Gauchetière Street West.
The tower is currently home to offices of actuarial company, Aon Corporation and the headquarters of the Réseau de transport métropolitain. It was previously home to the headquarters of Bell Canada Enterprises.
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