Broccolini starts work on 58 story building, Montreal’s tallest residential tower

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1 / 1Roger Plamondon, President of Real Estate Development and Acquisitions at Broccolini, Robert Beaudry, District Councillor for Saint-Jacques and Head of Economic and Commercial Development, Housing and Design on the Executive Committee of the City of Montreal, and Anthony Broccolini, Chief Operating Officer at Broccolini. (CNW Group/Broccolini)

Broccolini Construction has started building Victoria sur le Parc, which will become Montreal’s tallest residential tower.

The project will also house 10 floors of office space, including a commercial ground floor, and will rise up in Montreal’s Quartier International. Work is expected to be complete in 2023.

This project along with the 628 Saint-Jacques, also being developed by Broccolini, and the new National Bank headquarters at 800 Saint-Jacques St., for which Broccolini is the general contractor, together represent a total investment of nearly $1.3 billion dollars in the neighbourhood, the company says.

“The speed at which the available units sold shows once again just how much buyers trust Broccolini’s expertise,” chief operating officer Anthony Broccolini said, describing the Victoria sur la parc project. More than 300 residential units, representing 75% of the available units, have been sold since the launch of sales last October.

“This enthusiasm gives us the opportunity to put the finishing touches on the redevelopment of this city block,” said Roger Plamondon, president of Broccolini’s real estate development and acquisitions.

The 58-storey tower has been designed by IBI and Béïque Legault Thuot and will be bordered by a park, designed by landscape architect Claude Cormier. This new park will link the future building to the new National Bank headquarters, which will be located at the intersection of Saint-Jacques Street and Robert-Bourassa Boulevard.

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