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Press kit - Press release - Inauguration of Maison Manuvie in Montreal - Ivanhoe Cambridge and Manulife

Press Kit | no. 1867-02

Inauguration of Maison Manuvie in Montreal

Montréal, Canada

Ivanhoe Cambridge and Manulife

A project signed by  Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes

Montréal, Canada, 2017-11-28 - 

Maison Manuvie sets a brand-new standard for Montreal office buildings. Completed in partnership between Ivanhoé Cambridge and Manulife, this 27-floor Class AAA building offers a working environment with optimal layout flexibility and efficiency, maximum brightness and a superior services offering, including the opportunity to create open and collaborative workspaces. 

The 8th floor of Maison Manuvie features a totally unique lounge with an outdoor terrace where building occupants can relax and socialize, as well as several versatile and technologically state-of-the-art meeting rooms. Tenants also enjoy spectacular views of Montreal and commercial areas, in addition to a bike room with adjacent lockers and showers, and covered access to Montreal’s underground city and two subway stations.


HIGHLIGHTS


Address

  • 900 De Maisonneuve Boulevard West, Montreal, Quebec  

Leasable area

  • 45,100 m2 (485,800 ft2) 

Number of floors

  • 27  

Co-owners      

  • Ivanhoé Cambridge and Manulife  

Building manager      

  • Ivanhoé Cambridge  

Architects       

  • Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes  

Construction   

  • Pomerleau  


High-profile tenants  

  • Building 83% leased at opening

  • Main tenants:

    • Manulife (September 2017)

    • Materia Prima café (2017)

    • EY (2018)

    • Boralex (2018)

    • 560 m2 (6,000 ft2) reserved for another commercial offer

 

Designed to meet stringent environmental standards         

  • Seeking LEED® CS Gold certification

  • The building is equipped with a central management system that provides 24/7 control of energy, security, safety and access  


Designed for connectivity      

  • Certified Wired Platinum

  • First Wired certification in Quebec (all categories combined)  


Designed to meet the needs of current and future tenants

  • Use-as-you-need floor areas

  • Reduced footprint per employee

  • Maximized natural light

  • Low operating and maintenance costs

  • Central energy management

  • 24/7 security and access

 

Designed for their well-being

  • Spacious lobby basking in natural light 

  • Panel curtain-wall, floor-to-ceiling (9 ft) view

  • Interior design offering a spacious working environment conducive to well-being, health and productivity

  • Bike room: offers maximum security with street-level access and more than 125 places, change rooms, showers and lockers

  • 360 parking spaces available over six floors above ground

  • Café (Materia Prima) offering fresh, quality products

  • Lounge: A retreat where occupants can relax and socialize

  • Terrace: provides panoramic views of downtown Montreal

  • A variety of businesses nearby (building directly connected to Montreal’s underground city)

 

Designed for creation, communication and collaboration   

  • Adaptable spaces

  • State-of-the-art conference centre: flexible layout possibilities, multiple uses, technologically top-of-the-line videoconferencing system, superior-quality furniture and equipment

 

Support for heritage  

  • Site located on indigenous ancestral land, but outside any designated archaeological zone. A commemorative plaque will be installed in the grand hall.

 

Artwork          

  • Artwork displayed in the grand hall: Colorimeter

    • Large interactive artwork, comprising more than 500 light panels developed by SACO Technologies

    • 54 LED lights for a total of 30,294 bulbs

  • Artist: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

    • Mexican-born artist who has lived in Montreal for 20 years

    • At the intersection of architecture and performance art, his urban interventions have earned him numerous international recognitions, as well as many awards and distinctions locally

 

Awards and distinctions        

  • Americas Property Award – Office Development, Canada – International Property Awards (2017)

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For more information

  1. ivanhoecambridge.com/en

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