AON and National Bank towers
Like twin sisters, these two towers occupy a prominent place in Montreal’s real estate market.
Sharing a six floor common underground base, these two skyscrapers, of modernist architectural style, are the only buildings to be constructed of steel in Montreal since the 1960s.
Designed by American architect Sylvia Gottwald-Thapar, the AON and National Bank towers, also known as Complex Maisonneuve, are connected to Montreal’s underground city.
Surface: 159,509 m2
Client since 1992
Designed during Expo 67’s economic boom, the Stock Exchange Tower, also known as Victoria Square tower, is the third tallest skyscraper in Montreal.
Located in the Quartier International de Montreal, it was the tallest building made out of reinforced concrete and the tallest skyscraper in Canada until 1968.
Today, it is a business center renowned for its elegance. In 2006, the Stock Exchange Tower received its certification from the Go Green program, whose mission is to preserve the environment through various energy-saving and recycling measures.
Surface: 92,900 m2
Client since 2003