||616,886 sq. ft.
|No. of floors
|Area per floor
||18,959 sq. ft.
||Access to major arteries
Square Victoria Metro
|| 300 underground stalls
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Fomerly known as the CIL Building, 630 René-Lévesque Boulevard West is now known as the Telus Tower, Montreal. It strategically located in the financial district, at the intersection of University Street and René-Lévesque Boulevard, on the south-east corner. While not directly connected to Montreal's Underground Network, one only has to cross the street to gain access to it and the wealth of services and stores it provides. There are 80 buildings providing office space in Montreal's financial core, 29 of which are "A"-class, 39 are "B"-class, and 12 are "C"-class buildings.
Featuring an emergency generator and extra power for tenants, only two interior columns per floor and a conference facility seating 6-50 people for the tenants' use, 630 René-Lévesque West provides 24-hour manned security and electronic card system allowing 24/7 access. 630 René-Lévesque West was designed by Gordon Bunshaft of the firm Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill. The fibre optics carriers in the building are Videotron, Allstream, Net Communications, and Telus.
To lease office space in 630 René-Lévesque West, please contact our leasing representative by email at email@example.com, through the Contact Page of Office Space Montreal, or at the number below.