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353 Saint-Nicolas Street

Between elegance and architectural richness

353 St-Nicolas Street
Old Montreal, Quebec,
H2Y 2P1

This elegant building was at that time composed of a three storey housing and commerce section on St. Paul Street and a four storey warehouse on Place D'Youville, formerly known as Rue des commissaires. During that time the building was intended for trade and housing, in 1855 the use of the building becomes exclusively commercial. Finally in 1908 the building was acquired by James Coristine and transformed into a five storey office building with three stores on St. Paul Street. Today renowned for its imposing inner courtyard, its impressive circular staircase and architectural treasures, the building houses an art gallery, a renowned restaurant and plenty of offices.

Available Spaces
Spaces
Floor
Availability
Square Footage (sq.ft.)
Floor
RC
Availability
Sept 2019
Square Footage (sq.ft.)
1095
Floor
2
Availability
Immediate
Square Footage (sq.ft.)
1732
Floor
3
Availability
Immediate
Square Footage (sq.ft.)
1296
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353 Saint-Nicolas Street
Year built
1818
Total area
35,000 sq. ft
Number of floors
5
Area per floor
7,000 sq. ft
Historical Name
William Hutchison Building
Original Owner
W.M. Lunn
Architect
John Try
Services
  • Restaurant
  • Elevator
  • Security
  • Maintenance
  • Access to 3 streets
Surroundings
Contact
Nick Nesterenko

Real Estate and Leasing Director
Phone: 514 281-4040 ext. 2229
Mobile: 514 809-1960
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