Ivanhoé Cambridge is proud to announce that the ninth floor of the Montreal Eaton Centre will reopen to the public by the end of 2023. This exceptional space, beloved by Montrealers, was classified as a heritage landmark in August 2000 under the Cultural Heritage Act and will be redeveloped to showcase its unique heritage features.
The work in progress, which is authorized by the MCC, will bring to life a project that will include a restaurant and a venue for various shows, exhibitions and private events.
A historical monument turned toward the future
This remarkable site, which can accommodate more than 500 people, will be meticulously renovated in the spirit of the original design, with due respect for its heritage value. The project will be carried out in collaboration with EVOQ Architecture, an architectural firm specialized in heritage conservation.
Restoring access to citizens
Sharing the same keen interest in the preservation of this historic place, Ivanhoé Cambridge and Heritage Montreal have been collaborating for many years on how best to enhance it. This collaboration will continue in order to identify activities that will ultimately enable as many people as possible to access this exceptional site. Heritage Montreal has a mission to promote and to protect the architectural, historic, natural and cultural heritage of Greater Montreal and, thus, played a key role in the process that led to the ninth floor’s classification as a heritage landmark in 2000.
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