240 Saint-Jacques

 
Technical Specifications
Catégorie
"B"
Année
1902
Superficie totale
40,000 sq. ft.
No. d'étages
10
Superficie/étage
4,400 sq. ft.
Ascenseurs
2
Accès
Montreal Underground from across
the street through World Trade Center
Métro
Direct access Square Victoria Metro
Train
Through Montreal Underground Network
Hotel
Many hotels in close vicinity
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Tenants of 240 Saint-Jacques can access the Montreal underground by crossing the street and going into the Place d'Armes metro station, or by entering the Westin hotel or World Trade Center Montreal. 240 St-Jacques is well located in Old Montreal, where there are 90 office buildings, 3 of which are classed "A", 46 are "B", and 40 are classed "C".

Situated on "Bank Street" in Old Montreal, 240 St-Jacques Street is midway between McGill Street and Boulevard St-Laurent. A short walk away from the courthouse, it is surrounded by the following hotels: the Intercontinental, Westin, St-James, Embassy Suites, Place d'Armes, and IXX Siècle. Originally built and occupied by the Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, it was also home to the Toronto-Dominion Bank. The building was designed by American architect Henry Ives Cobb of the firm Finley and Spence.
240 Saint-Jacques
Montréal, Québec
H2Y 1L9 Canada
Raymond Ayas
Courtier immobilier agréé
514.969.6530
Vieux-Montréal