Maison Manuvie in Montreal

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Maison Manuvie in Montreal

High-Profile Tenants Commercial Architecture, Canada – design by Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes

29 Nov 2017

Maison Manuvie

Design: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes

Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Inauguration of Maison Manuvie in Montreal

Maison Manuvie in Montreal

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.

Maison Manuvie in Montreal

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.

Maison Manuvie in Montreal

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)

Maison Manuvie, Montreal – Building Information

Location: 900 De Maisonneuve Boulevard West, Montreal, Quebec
Leasable area: 45,100 sqm (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

Building 83% leased at opening
Main tenants:
Manulife (September 2017)
Materia Prima café (2017)
EY (2018)
Boralex (2018)
560 sqm (6,000 ft2) reserved for another commercial offer

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