The Alexis Nihon Plaza is a 2,400,000 sq ft complex in Downtown Montreal, consisting of a shopping mall, two office towers, and a residential building. It is named after Alexis.
The Grand Trunk Railway building was constructed between 1899 and 1902 on land sold by the City of Montreal to the American owned GTR, to establish its Canadian head office.
by Dick Nieuwendyk In 1805, Perrine Charles Cherrier, inherited a vacant lot of land facing Marché Neuf (now Jacques Cartier Square) from the estate of her late husband Denis Viger,.
By Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca By the late 19th century, 500 miles of Montreal streets were served by only 90 miles of poorly constructed sewers. The city was burdened by.
Capitol Theatre by Dick Nieuwendyk The Capitol opened on 2nd April, 1921 for the Famous Players. The opening programme had Cecil B. DeMilles motion picture “Forbidden Fruit” as the main.