The 1000 De La Gauchetière rises above the Montreal skyline, dominating the city's downtown with its 51 floors and unique design. It has a triangular roof. The rotunda entrances at the base of the skyscraper are inspired by the Mary Queen of the World cathedral on the north side of the building. Inside, the marriage of concrete and brushed steel, combined with a garden with trees and waterfalls, define the lobby area's impressive yet warm character. Large windows provide the occupants with an enviable degree of light and spectacular views. The occupants also enjoy many commuting options to and from the building, as it is ideally located near the AMT downtown bus terminal, the Bonaventure metro station, and two trains stations, Central and Lucien-L'Allier (Windsor). The building houses a state-of-the-art conference centre, a fitness centre, a trendy food court, and an indoor skating rink open year round. It also provides essential business services such as a centralized message centre and a shredding system for confidential documents. The 1000 de la Gauchetière: designed to inspire business growth.
|Total Gross Leasable Area (GLA)
||917108 pi2 / 85,201.41 m2
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