Office and commercial spaces
On the ground floor of several of its buildings, the SHDM has areas that are perfect for shops or to offer services to the public. Many of these businesses enjoy an on-site customer base with residents or employees occupying the upper floors.
For more information on commercial spaces available from the SHDM, contact us.
Announced in 2015, the Îlot Balmoral development, which, starting in 2018, will house the headquarters and studios of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), is being built on the northwest side of the Place des Festivals. You can follow the construction of the building by reading the different reports published in our News section or by viewing photos taken with our on-site camera when clicking HERE.
The marketing of spaces still available for rent is ongoing. To learn more about renting a space at Îlot Balmoral, click here.
Over the years, the SHDM has acquired, renovated or even built a number of commercial buildings. The Cité du Multimédia, the E-Commerce Place, the World Trade Center or the Chaussegros-de-Léry complex are all examples of major interventions by the SHDM that contributed to Montréal’s economic development and revitalization or that helped meet the needs of institutions such as the Ville de Montréal, which remains our principal tenant.
Always looking to contribute to the urban development vision of the Ville de Montréal, the SHDM continues to pursue ambitious projects, such as the Îlot Balmoral building overlooking Place des Festivals, which, once constructed, will house the new headquarters of the National Film Board (NFB).
Please consult the list below to discover some of our institutional and commercial spaces and offices.
Located at 801 Brennan Street in the Ville-Marie borough, the Louis-Charland building has a LEED CI certification. It houses four municipal services, totalling approximately 1,400 employees, who were previously divided up in twelve different buildings.
The Chaussegros-de-Léry building is a multifunctional complex built in 1991. Adjacent to City Hall, it includes 135 condominiums, 225,000 ft2 of municipal offices, 40,000 ft2 of commercial space and an indoor parking lot of 1,165 spaces that are used by the building’s occupants and residents, and by workers from the surrounding area. The garage is also equipped with electric vehicle charging stations.
Built between 1847 and 1903, the Monastère du Bon Pasteur was extensively renovated in 1980 in order to convert it into a multi-purpose complex. Major renovations that preserved the heritage character of the property also enabled the creation of a housing cooperative, a seniors residence, condominiums, a cultural and performance centre, a day care centre and office spaces, in addition to preserving the courtyard and building a parking facility.
In 2015, the SHDM undertook important work at the Centre Jean-Marie Gauvreau, located at 911, Jean-Talon Street East, in order to house the new Maison de la culture of the Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension borough, a cultural storefront that includes an auditorium and exhibition spaces.
Form for registering on the list of SHDM suppliers
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At any time, consult our call for tender notices on the SEAO site at www.seao.ca to check whether calls for tender in your area of activity have been posted by SHDM.
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