A NEIGHBOURHOOD BRIMMING WITH CULTURE

The Quartier des Spectacles is the cultural heart of the city, known for its theaters, museums and art galleries. A wide range of visual and multidisciplinary art, from classical to contemporary, are all within your reach. Throughout the year, the neighborhood becomes the backdrop for festivals and concerts that illuminate the city. When you call this vibrant neighborhood home, you bask in culture from here and abroad.

Take a seat, the show is about to begin

TRANSPORTATION AND MOBILITY

Transit users will have access to three nearby metro stations. One of them is Berri-UQAM, the busiest STM metro station, where the green, orange and yellow lines converge. At the foot of La Tour Fides, the 747 shuttle bus transports travelers to Montreal-Trudeau International Airport.

Admire the skyscrapers as you drive along René-Lévesque Boulevard. If you are leaving downtown, take the Ville-Marie Expressway or the Jacques-Cartier Bridge.

LESS THAN 5-MINUTE WALK FROM 3 METRO STATIONS

Champ-de-Mars
St-Laurent
Berri-UQAM
GASTRONOMY

Revel in some of the world’s most respected culinary traditions. The restaurant scene in the Old Port and the Quartier des Spectacles is renowned for its bold, upscale and delectable cuisine.

HIGHER EDUCATION

Over 185,000 students and 25,000 international students have chosen Montreal as their destination of choice. Three of Montreal’s top four universities are located near the Fides Tower: UQAM, McGill University and Concordia University. In addition, the HEC business school will open its new downtown campus a few blocks from our location.

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