On May 6, 2019, discover the emblematic real estate projects that are being planned for the city. Come take part in the 14th Strategic Forum on major projects that are redefining the cityscape.
Montréal has continued building momentum, distinguishing itself by the vitality of its real estate sector. One indisputable sign of this vitality is its innovative character, from design to implementation.
More than just a vector for economic growth, these grand projects showcase the metropolis, transform neighbourhoods and contribute to the structural development of underused land.
This exceptional forum will highlight the industry’s issues and challenges, while touching on the themes of urban planning, heritage and the environment.
Take this opportunity to discuss design, architecture and construction with key public and private players.
Seize the business opportunities that stem from the presented projects.
Don’t miss this chance to discover the future image of our city!
Schedule for the day:
12:30 p.m.: Registration and networking coffee
1 p.m.: Beginning of presentations
2:45 p.m.: Networking brea
3:15 p.m.: Presentations resume
5 p.m.: End of presentations and networking cocktail (participants offered one free drink)
Opening remarks and introduction
Part I - Overview: Montréal in Transformation
Projet Nouveau Centre: The Art of Redefining the Downtown Experience
How the MIL Campus is Transforming the City
1111 Atwater: A Living Environment at the Foot of the Mountain
HEC Montréal Returns to the Heart of the Business District
Broccolini Marks Saint-Jacques Street with its Victoria Project on the Park and the Construction of the National Bank's New Head Office
Royalmount Project: A Multifunctional Urban Centre
Part II - Building the City of Tomorrow
Urban Development: Creating Conditions for Success
Innovation in Construction: Future Trends and Opportunities
Break and networking
Green Spaces and Biodiversity: The Forest Comes to the City
Building Differently: The Social Economy Taking Over Real Estate
Part III - Opportunities to Seize
Enhancing Our Heritage Buildings
Embarking on the Faubourgs Sector Project
District Central: From an Industrial Sector to a Business District
Creating an Impetus for Revitalizing East Montréal