The Château Ramezay was built in 1705 as the family residence for Claude de Ramezay, governor of Montreal. Built of fieldstone, with three floors including a vaulted cellar and an.
The former Victoria School was built in 1887 as an elementary school for Protestant students in Montreal by architects Alexander Cowper Hutchison and Alexander Denton Steele. The Victorian style.
In 1851, seven years after the founding of the Young Men's Christian Association in London in 1844 by George Williams, a draper, the first branch of the Montreal YMCA was.
In the early 20th century, the section of St. Denis between Dorchester (now René Lévesque) Blvd and Sherbrooke St. became the center of Montreal's francophone intellectual elite. Located in the.
The Saint-Sulpice Library was designed by architect Eugène Payette and constructed between 1912 and 1914 at the request of the Sulpician priests to serve as a University Library for researchers,.
The magnificent red sandstone building on the corner of Saint Jacques and Place d'Armes is considered Canada's first skyscraper. The eight story building was constructed between 1887 and 1889.
In 1928, Fred Trudeau, a building contractor, and resident of Outremont, bought land and commissioned Montreal architect René Charbonneau to design and build the Outremont Theatre. With its early.
By: Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca Built in the neo-classic style, the old edifice of Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) of Montreal is situated opposite of what was once one.
By: Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca The George-Etienne Cartier Monument was designed by Canadian sculptor Georges William Hill in collaboration with architects Edward and William S. Maxwell and sculptor Joseph Brunet..
By: Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca Before the digital age, the only place to get music was the record store. And at one time, the place to go to.