Exterior view, north face
Views - First Model Loft - 2nd Floor, 2B, as of Oct - 13
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Details - Kitchen
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Details - Main space
Details - Sunset view
Model 2nd floor Loft: About 1300
sq. ft. floor area + mezzanine +
large bathroom / laundry room, storage etc.
142' front x 102' deep 3-floor (+basement) Lofts/Industrial/Commercial Space
open space, offices, light manufacturing, "artisan" production, warehouse, document and archives storage, TV & film production, artist lofts, etc., etc.)
14' on 1st & 2nd floors; 16 ' Top floor (8
' in basement)
Front and rear staircases
Freight Elevator (4000 lb. 10' deep) w/access directly via two covered
loading docks with different dock heights for large and small trucks.
WINDOWS: Large original sliding sash wood windows on ALL FOUR SIDES
structure & columns (20' centers). Solid brick walls.
ALL walls, floors, (+basement), roof,- EVERYTHING is SOLID CONCRETE !
( The building is built like an army tank )
SECURITY: Fully electronic controlled-access card entry system, other unique combination codes or unique keying of individual locks in interior.
PARKING: Reserved by arrangement for each tenant.
Possibility for LARGE Roof Terraces, Tennis court, etc. Promenade with SPECTACULAR VIEWS of Mount Royal, Lachine Canal, etc.
600 Volt (400Amp.) 3-phase on ground floor and 400 Amp of 240V. 1 Phase
New ballasts and fluorescent bulbs on most floors
FOUR (4) shipping doors onto ground floor
One (1) large shipping door into second floor for heavy equipment, etc.
Natural Gas (low pressure steam w/unit heaters) main floor (basement is electric)
Main Bicycle Path along Lachine Canal in front of building
Bus service at rush hour, 10 min walk to Charlevoix Metro & Marché Atwater
5 minutes from Côte St. Paul Bridge w/Large Centre Gadbois Sports Complex-Arena (operated by the Ville de Montreal)
The Canal Lachine is open ! After 40 years, small
boats will again voyage all along Quebec's oldest famous inland waterway ! WE give you permission to keep canoes, etc. on the premises, and they can enter the waterway only a few 100 metres from our front door.
This was building #17 (perhaps the last one built) of the former large Crane Canada complex. (Crane is still active with a warehouse to the south west of this property.)
For many years dating back to the turn of the last century, Crane had a large vertically integrated foundry and factories producing all kinds of valves. This building, built in the early 1950's seems to have been used as a light manufacturing and assembly facility for brass valves. On the second floor, we have preserved the traditional and original wood butcher-block type floor covering that was in vogue in factories of the first half of the twentieth century. However, this structure reflects also the economic boom times following WW II. With steel reinforced solid poured concrete structure and large, mushroom-head columns on all floors, it was overbuilt for its intended function.
For more information,
to see an agent, or for inspection, please contact
John & Robin
Call: 514-933-1212 E-mail: Fax: 514-935-2524