Office space for rent
There are more than 78 million square feet of
office space for rent in The Greater Montreal Area
Office space for rent in Montreal vary
between 1000 and 525,000 square feet
and cost between $10.00 and $55.00 a square foot a year
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rent in Montreal accessible from the underground "city" passage.
The underground "city" is a collection of tunnels, metro stations, underground shopping malls, hotels and office
buildings that are connected together. They are three major "neighborhoods" in the underground city :
The first section starts at McGill metro station (or the Bay store to be more precise) on an east-west axis and run though the Place de la Cathedrale shopping center, Eaton and the Eaton Center shopping center, the Royal Trust Place shopping center, Simpson's (only open during shopping hours, the store itself is closed for the moment) and finally the Cours Mont-Royal (it was an hotel but it has been renovated into a ... shopping center).
You can walk from the office space in place Bonaventure up to the office space
in Place Ville-Marie, then the office buildings on University where there's
plenty of office space for rent then walk to the office buildings on McGill
College, then go to office buildings on Peel street. Most office buildings in
that corridor are accessible from the underground passage. This is where the
bulk of the available office space downtown Montreal is located.
The second set of tunnels is between Windsor train station (the building that looks like a castle on the corner of Peel and de la Gauchetière), the Gare
Centrale (central train station), Place Bonaventure (shopping and exhibition halls, Bonaventure metro
station) and Place Bonaventure office space, 1001 de la Gauchetière (there's a year-round indoor ice rink) and Place Ville-Marie (the cross shaped building with a sweeping light on top that you can see for miles at night).
The Place Ville-Marie has recently been connected by a tunnel with the Eaton Center (if you go from the Eaton center, the entrance is at the restaurant level (basement)).
The third set of tunnels starts from the Place des Arts (theater, concert halls, Musée d'Art Contemporain, Place-des-Arts metro station), then goes under Ste-Catherine street to the Complexe Desjardins (office towers, shopping mall, movie theaters, food court), then to the Complexe Guy-Favreau (office tower, gorgeous gardens, Chinatown), then to the Palais des Congrès (congress hall, Place d'Armes metro station) and finally old Montreal. This section of the underground is on a north-south axis. There are small exhibitions (and sometimes interesting) at the Complexe Desjardins and Complexe Guy-Favreau (although less interesting).
There are also underground "islands", ie. isolated sets of passageways that are not connected to other parts of the underground :
La Cité appartment complex : there's the Hotel du Parc, the Cinema du Parc (a repertory movie house), a small food court and various stores, the Place du Parc office
tower where there is office space for rent, the La Cité's gym, etc.
Berri-UQAM metro station : there's the main Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) campus, the Place Dupuis
office building and Radisson Hotel, the Palais du Commerce and the Tazmahal indoor rollerblading rink, the Voyageur Bus terminal, etc.
Square Victoria metro station : there's the Centre de commerce mondial (World trade
center office building) and the Inter-Continental Hotel, the Bourse de Montreal (stock
exchange). There you will find office space for rent on Saint Jacques.
Atwater metro station : AlexisNihon plaza and office building, Westmount square
office building, etc.
Sherbrooke metro station with its Holiday Inn Metro Center and the Institut d'Hotellerie.
Most tunnels have small shops and restaurants and are usually well marked so you can find your way easily (but not always). They have recently came up with a unified marking system to give directions in the underground but it has not yet caught up everywhere.
This also leads to office space on Sherbrooke The signs are suppose to be in purple. The tunnels are also well marked on the transit map available at metro stations.
There are six hotels connected to these tunnels as are many shopping malls, office
buildings, movie theaters, restaurants, etc.. But all in all there's not much to see there (unless you like shopping). There's the novelty of walking all this way underground and sometimes it's a quick way to walk through some parts downtown. It's also cool in the summer and warm in winter, and it never rains... But it can be interesting if you like exploring, shopping or if you are the only person on earth that never saw a shopping mall....
Note that the access is sometimes limited to store opening hours (Eaton's, Simpson's) or limited to subway opening hours. (see end of the list for those hours).
Metro stations with office space access :
McGill and Peel (for the first section)
Bonaventure (for the second section)
Place-des-Arts and Place d'Armes (for the third section)
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