Step Into the Limelight in the Quartier Des Spectacles

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      Celebrating the Finer Things in Life

      The city of festivals, art and gastronomy is a celebration of life, and the Quartier des Spectacles is the nucleus of its cultural refinement. La Tour Fides is a key part of this central neighborhood, in the heart of downtown Montreal. Your future home is at the crossroads between business and culture. No matter the destination, pedestrians, cyclists, commuters and drivers are always close to home.


      In the Quartier des Spectacles, there is no shortage of museums and art galleries, offering diverse art from classical to contemporary. All year round, the lively neighborhood becomes the breeding ground for festivals and concerts that liven the city and attract thousands of international tourists.

      The Place des Arts and Contemporary Arts Museum
      Luminotherapy at the Place des Festivals
      Summer livens up with the spectacular lineup of festivals
      Notre Dame Basilica
      Gourmet restaurants for every taste
      A World-Class Culinary Scene


      Discover some of the world’s most prized culinary traditions, in a wide array of restaurants that have stood the test of time.


      Combined, UQAM and McGill University have over 80,000 students, who come from all over the world to expand their knowledge at the two prestigious academic institutions.

      McGill University
      Cité du Multimédia
      Complexe Desjardins
      The University of Montreal Hospital Centre (CHUM)
      The view of Old Montreal and the business district


      Cutting-edge businesses, from AI to video game design and financial institutions, cluster around downtown Montreal, the Old Port and the Mile End. Originally a commercial building dedicated to the medical profession, La Tour Fides is steps away from the CHUM megahospital, the Complexe Desjardins and Montreal’s City Hall.

      Public Transit

      Three important metro stations on two lines surround La Tour Fides, which also benefits from a nearby stop for the 747 shuttle, to and from the Montreal International Airport. The Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM) will build two stations within 5 minutes walking distance. This large-scale light train will create thousands of jobs along its route connecting downtown Montreal to the city’s periphery.
      Place-des-Arts Metro Station
      AZUR new generation metro cars
      The Réseau express métropolitain (REM)