Property facts for Technopôle Angus, Montréal
The Locoshop Angus, located within the Technopôle Angus and previously a locomotive factory, is Canada's first green industrial building and the neighbourhood's flagship. Take advantage of a unique opportunity to occupy a historical, brick-walled building with an industrial look. What underlies the success of this former industrial park that was converted into a green neighbourhood is a holistic approach to urban development along with high-quality construction. Businesses can utilize 1,574 to 6,018 square feet of office space or 1500 square feet of retail space and 1781 square feet of restaurant space with turnkey and partially built-out options available.
Technopôle Angus is the first LEED ND Platinum district in Quebec and is situated in the heart of Montreal in the Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie borough. The neighbourhood is located between the streets Rachel and Saint-Joseph, to the east of Molson, and just a few steps from the Plateau Mont-Royal and Vieux-Rosemont. It is served by two metro lines (Préfontaine, green line and Rosemont, orange line), five bus lines (24 Sherbrooke, 25 Angus, 27 St-Joseph, 67 St-Michel, and 97 Mont-Royal), two bike paths, two BIXI stations, and Communauto stations. The Technopôle Angus is a reference in urban revitalization and social innovation while offering a dynamic space for businesses, workers, and residents. You will find organizations from various sectors, including health and wellness, finance, creation and design, environment, IT, social economy, video game, entertainment and special education. Over 3,000 workers are on-site daily, making this one of East Montreal’s largest business communities.
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