Third phase of Tour des Canadiens breaks ground

Friday, March 9, 2018

Cadillac Fairview, Canderel and the Club de hockey Canadien is officially launching the construction of Tour des Canadiens 3 (TDC3). The third phase of the Tour des Canadiens project will be one of the tallest condos in the city and will play an important part in welcoming as many as 6,000 new residents and 6,500 new workers to the Quad Windsor district within the next 10 years. Cadillac Fairview is investing $2 billion to develop Quad Windsor.

TDC3’s design and amenities will have a distinct identity from the other phases with its European-inspired contemporary aesthetic. The project will feature a Mediterranean-inspired indoor pool and outdoor terrace overlooking the new two-acre city park proposed at Quad Windsor. It will also feature a state-of-the-art fitness room, modern games room, adaptable private party rooms and a 55th-floor sky lounge. A ground-level café will be connected to an outdoor Pocket Park and open to the neighbourhood. In addition to the tower, 12 townhouses will be part of TDC3, located on the south side of the tower facing the new city park.

“We built on all the great elements that made TDC2 a tremendous success. Residents of this new tower will enjoy, both in their unit and in amenity spaces, a true vibrancy of warmth and luxury composed with a palette of classic walnut, golden oak and urban grey,” said Karine Bannon, project manager at CAMDI, in a press release. “These warm shades that punctuate every unit’s bright and airy interior radiate European refinement, in every season.”

Residents of TDC3 will have direct access to Montreal’s downtown, and will be directly connected to the metro, RESO, commuter trains, Tour Deloitte and Centre Bell via a new enclosed sky bridge. They will also have direct access to the recently announced Réseau express métropolitain, Montreal’s new $6.3 billion light rail transit network, which is expected to begin service in summer 2021.

The third phase of Tour des Canadiens will feature 565 new units available in one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom, two bedroom plus den, three bedroom and penthouse configurations. Prices will range from $358,990 for a one-bedroom unit to $1.87 million for the Penthouse Collection suite. Along with TDC1 and TDC2 towers, TDC3 is the only project that features exclusive benefits and access to the Montreal Canadiens.

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