Commercial real estate company Cadillac Fairview released plans for a 26-story office property in Montreal after Deloitte signed a lease to occupy the building.
In total, the building - named the Deloitte Tower - will total 514,000 square feet, and Deloitte will use approximately 160,000 square feet of that total space, the report explained. In addition, there will be more than 200 parking spaces, other offices and a retail section, as well.
"Montreal is ready for a new, first-class landmark office building and we're proud to play a major role in revitalizing this prime location in the downtown," said Sal Iacono, senior vice president of development and portfolio management for Cadillac Fairview's Eastern Canada department. "We're especially pleased to have Deloitte on board as the anchor tenant in this exciting development, the first major privately funded office tower to be built in this city since the early 1990s."
The property, which will sit on one acre, has a seven-story building at present that is currently vacant, the report added. It will also have a large lobby, a skating rink and a park area.