Ivanhoé Cambridge introduces a new mixed-use development

Ivanhoé Cambridge, the City of Montreal, Cogir Real Estate, and Pomerleau announced Haleco, a unique mixed-use development project (residential, commercial, and office) between Old Montreal and Griffintown.

Photo credit: ©2022 Haleco 

Designed by the teams at ACDF Architecture and L’OEUF Architectes, construction for the 31,442-m2 project will last about two years, with the delivery of the first rental spaces scheduled for the summer of 2024.

In developing the residential rental component of the project will include 327 units and 40 community housing units built in cooperation with Bâtir son quartier. Offices will take up two floors, with 1,974 m2 of gross leasable area on the second floor and 2,017 m2 on the third floor. 

Photo credit: ©2022 Haleco

The retail space will consist of 1,432 m2 of gross leasable area on the ground floor and 994 m2 on the mezzanine level. The ground floor will have a large open public market that will provide a gathering place for the project’s community and visitors. The basement will have an urban farm covering approximately 500 m2. 

The City of Montreal’s satellite garage on de la Commune Street will be relocated to Nazareth Street and will occupy the ground floor.

The project is aiming for LEED Platinum certification with a design focused on energy efficiency. 

Photo credit: ©2022 Haleco

“Ivanhoé Cambridge is proud to carry out this urban redevelopment project in the heart of our city. It reflects not only our willingness to invest in Quebec but also our commitment to achieve carbon neutrality in our portfolio by 2040. With its innovative architecture and urban design based on a very strong eco-responsible and inclusive approach, we have no doubt that this project will enable us to create long-term value for our depositors and our community,” said Élise Proulx, Head, Quebec Economic Development, Ivanhoé Cambridge.

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Project address: 995, rue de la Commune ouest, Montréal, QC H3C 4H5

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