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Canderel announces LCBO with modern glass façade on St. Clair

Canderel announces LCBO with modern glass façade on St. Clair

Canderel and KingSett Capital’s landmark development, St. Clair Village, unveils new LCBO for Toronto’s budding west end neighbourhood. LCBO is the first retail tenant to be announced for the new community and will occupy more than 8,000 sq.ft. at the base of the mid-rise, 12-storey development, located in the project’s most prominent retail space.

Located at 900 St. Clair West, the LCBO’s framed glass façade will add a modern edge to the retail experience along St. Clair, while allowing the LCBO to seamlessly integrate into a neighbourhood that is quickly becoming well-known for its restaurants, green spaces, and multi-generational population. Designed by Quadrangle, 900 St. Clair West takes cues from the surrounding neighbourhood, paying homage to the iconic brick century homes of “old Toronto,” many of which have stood more than 100 years. New modern design, coupled with the LCBO’s focus on supporting local breweries and cideries, compliments the new wave of millennial-owned businesses in the area and the elevated high street feel of the community.

“We’re excited to bring a brand-new LCBO to the St. Clair West community, reflecting the continuing evolution and transformation taking place in this incredible neighbourhood,” says Brett Miller, CEO at CANDEREL. “Our goal was to secure an anchor tenant that would bring convenience, value, and high design to residents, and we wanted to work with an organization that has strong community ties. LCBO was a natural choice, as we’re all aware of their long-standing service to communities and support of local breweries across the province.”

Inside the new LCBO store, shoppers will be treated to a 50-ft. long wall of vintage wines, a beer alcove with prominently featured craft and premium beer selection, as well as a modern interior with open sight lines throughout the store, and contemporary finishes.

“We are thrilled to service the evolving St. Clair West community,” says Deborah Ramon, Manager, Design & Corporate Facilities at LCBO. “Our new store is a modern upgrade from our existing location and will provide an improved shopping experience for community members, expand our footprint and increase foot traffic in the area. We’re excited to showcase Ontario’s best wines, spirits, beers and ready-to-drink cocktails to shoppers in a beautifully designed space.”

900 St. Clair West will stand as a mid-rise, 12-storey condominium. Thoughtfully designed to reflect the existing fabric within a historic, family-oriented pocket of the city, the St. Clair Collection and generous combo suites sitting at 2,000 sq.ft. will offer expansive three-bedroom layouts optimized for small families, young professionals, and downsizers. Distinct social spaces provide options for large or intimate gatherings. Wine collectors can entertain with a featured temperature-controlled wine storage lounge and fitness buffs will enjoy the expansive gym overlooking St. Clair.

Construction is well underway, with 80 per cent sold out and completion targeted for end of 2021. Penthouse suites are still available at 900 St. Clair West. 2-bedroom suites starting from $819,900 and 3-bedroom suites from $1,252,900. To find out more, schedule a visit to the newly re-opened presentation gallery at 805 St. Clair West:

(concept rendering by ADHOC STUDIO)


Canderel launches new website

Canderel launches new website

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Canderel and Claridge join forces to provide 31,610 square feet of high-tech office space to Microsoft Research Montreal

Canderel and Claridge join forces to provide 31,610 square feet of high-tech office space to Microsoft Research Montreal

With their finger on the pulse of what’s new and needed in urban real estate, Canderel and Claridge are proud to announce that in the fall of 2019, Microsoft Research Montreal will move to a newly constructed building at 6795 Marconi Street. Located in the heart of Mile-Ex, the global hub for companies invested in artificial intelligence research, the AI lab’s new office space will be triple the size of its current premises.

With a total of 110,000 square feet, 6795 Marconi is at the forefront of a wave of office development in the area. Construction of the property is slated for completion in mid-2019. “A new generation of workspace is in demand in Montreal, which has experienced tremendous growth over the past year,” says Bradley Birks, Canderel’s Vice-President of leasing for the region. “We’re very happy to have Microsoft Research Montreal as a tenant and to be collaborating with them to deliver the premises they need to successfully carry out their pioneering work.”

“With prominent technology companies like Microsoft investing heavily in top talent, we’re proud to support their objectives by providing 6795 Marconi’s occupants with best-in-class amenities. Exceptional ceiling heights, indoor bike storage and a private rooftop terrace, with an adjacent green roof, are just a few of the unique features of the space,” adds Eric Cordon, Associate at Canderel and the project lead.

Jennifer Chayes, Technical Fellow and Managing Research Director of the New England, NYC and Montreal research labs, shared her enthusiasm for the new site. “I’m thrilled that the Microsoft Research Montreal lab will be relocating to the Mile-Ex area. The proximity to MILA and other AI labs is essential to collaboration efforts and will strengthen the AI research ecosystem. I’m genuinely excited by the prospect of the cutting-edge innovation that will emerge from this extraordinary environment.”

“The AI research community in Montreal is constantly collaborating and exchanging ideas,” says Wayne Heuff, Executive Vice-President and Managing Director of Claridge Real Estate. “With other groundbreaking AI labs moving into Mile-Ex, like the new Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA), everyone benefits. We’re delighted to be partnering with Canderel on this project and are big believers in the future of Mile-Ex as the nucleus of Montreal’s AI community.”

The building’s tenants will appreciate plenty of natural sunlight and have access to a 2,500-square-foot landscaped green space, as well as indoor bike racks and indoor parking. Historically an industrial area, Mile-Ex is an increasingly sought-after destination for office space due to its creative energy, mix of trendsetting restaurants and cafés, proximity to Little Italy with its old-school charm, and the nearby Jean-Talon Market, the city’s best-known farmers’ market since 1933. From 6795 Marconi, it’s a short walk to the Parc metro and train stations or to De Castelnau metro.

eStruxture Brings Together Montreal Tech Industry

eStruxture Brings Together Montreal Tech Industry

Canderel is a proud investor & avid long-time supporter of eStruxture, a leading provider of network and cloud-neutral data center solutions across Canada. eStruxture recently launched its second state-of-the-art data centre in Montreal to support the region’s growing tech industry, and the facility is nothing short of impressive.

Learn more about how eStruxture is transforming the data centre landscape in Canada.