• Gorgeous loft style office space plateau

    See our visit of a gorgeous loft style office space on le plateau Mont Royal.
    Here you can see 3,500 sf but you could get 1.000 up to 22,000 sf
    Stop and imagine yourself in some time from now as a tenant enjoying this breathtaking views of the mountain and looking back to they day you decided to visit this place as the beginning of it all.
    11′ high ceilings
    Epoxy floors
    Huge fenestration and lots of natural light
    Central air
    Glass walls (see nice conference room)
    See French version of this ad

    Loft style office space old Montreal

    Loft style office space downtown Montreal

    For more information/a visit
    Henri Cousineau
    Your space is now too small or too big, we can sublease your space fast


    Downtown Montreal saw a surge in activity during the summer of 2021.

    The return of the student and tourist population has been a
    injection of vitality. A sharp rise in sales
    and the resale of condos further indicates that the
    downtown retains its appeal.

    The data is taken from the report of the urban development institute
    of a web survey conducted at the beginning of the month of
    September 2021 with 1,000 residents of the
    Montreal metropolitan area.

    Interviews were carried out with expert rental brokers
    office space to better distinguish trends in commercial real estate
    and more particularly the office space in downtown Montreal

    The current vacancy rate of 10.9% of buildings
    of class A is equal to that of the third quarter of 2018.
    The rate of class B buildings is a little bit higher.

    Downtown retains its appeal, according to several brokers
    experts in office space for rent in downtown Montreal, offering a
    privileged look at trends in the office buildings sector.
    Their observation is clear: if we could fear for a moment a massive exodus from the city center, it is not. Businesses are keen to stay downtown.

    They point out that:
    84% of renewals were for short terms from 3 to 5 years

    Full time teleworking is loosing speed.
    No less than 77% of survey respondents were partially or totally working from home
    in the first quarter of 2021.

    There is, however, a appreciable decrease in the number of people
    who are totally teleworking. This ratio has slipped
    below 50% (47%) in the third quarter of 2021

    In general, the return to the office is carried out slowly, which is moreover in accordance with
    the wish of Public Health.

    We see that over the period
    between the first and the third
    quarters of 2021, the number of people working in an organization that had announced a hybrid mode
    has progressed.

    As for flexible working hours, it is envisaged
    in many organizations like
    a way to facilitate a certain return
    at work, but the manner remains to be specified in many cases

    Almost half of the people
    surveyed (47%) work in companies
    where the spaces will have been redeveloped in anticipation
    back to the office.

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  • See our visit for 20,000 sf of loft style office space.

    In the video you see app 4,500 but there is also another part

    The building is on Saint Laurent, 10 minutes to Mont Royal metro station.

    As a tenant of this space, you will enjoy lots of natural daylight and fantastic views all year round.

    High ceilings, epoxy floors and indoor parking

    Look at the video of the office space and if you like what you see, just give me a call/email to schedule a visit

    I have a smaller loft style office space in the same building

    Also a very nice brick and beams office space in old Montreal


    For more information/a visit
    Henri Cousineau

    When you’re ready, get the list of available office space
    Henri Cousineau

    Your space is now too small or too big, we can sublease your space fast

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  • Office spaces For Rent in trendy Milex
     Superb corner office space with windows on 2 sides Brick walls High ceilings Wooden floors From 1000 to 18,000 sf available (complete floor) 

    This building is strategically located at the intersection of Montreal’s most dynamic neighborhoods: Mile-End / Mile-Ex, Parc-Extension and Little Italy, well known for its trendy cafes and restaurants. Just 10 minutes from downtown, next to the MIL campus (new scientific complex of the University of Montreal) and the Artificial Intelligence hub, this is the ideal location.

    Renovated loft-style office spaces are available, offering high ceilings, large windows and large common areas.

    Want to see more? The 3 Nicest Loft Style Office Space Seen This Year

    Located a few steps from the lively rue de Beaumont, this building offers great visibility and great accessibility.
    Overlooking the new MIL Campus of the University of Montreal which promises to be both green and urban, this building will benefit from this creative and innovative collaboration center for students, researchers, workers, artists and citizens. .
    This red brick building, which will include loft-style offices, will offer its tenants a rooftop terrace with a magnificent view of Mount Royal and the University of Montreal campus.
    It is an ideal location for companies in tech, in Research & Development and any professional who wish to settle in the hub of Artificial Intelligence.

    A unique loft style office building tucked away in a trendy neighborhood
    Montreal bounded by Outremont, Ville MontRoyal and Mile-Ex,
    which has become of time a nerve center for
    both start-up companies,artificial intelligence and artists.

    This building is located a few steps from the neighborhoods
    Mile-End / Mile-Ex, between Jean-Talon market
    and the MIL campus of UdeM.

    This multicultural thirty-something community
    is currently experiencing a transformation and becoming a
    lively place for Montrealers. Recognized for
    its commercial and residential buildings
    daringly modern, this trendy district
    increasingly offers an abundance of
    restaurants, cafes, art galleries and
    hairdressing salons for men or women
    praised by consumers.


    For more information/a visit
    Henri Cousineau

    When you’re ready, get the list of available office space
    Henri Cousineau

    Your space is now too small or too big, we can sublease your space fast

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  • Hi, Here are the 3 nicest loft style office spaces I’ve seen this year.

    One is in the south west of Montreal, the other one in old Montreal and the last one north of plateau.

    All of them have lots of windows, high ceilings, industrial look and ample parking

    See these gorgeous loft style office spaces in the video.

    I have some lofts for rent or sale in most loft style sectors like plateau, mile end, downtown, old Montreal and south west.

    For more information/ a visit, please call me

    Get The Free List Of Avalable Office Space in Montreal
    Henri Cousineau
    Espaces à Louer


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  • If you know someone who’s looking for a short term lease (3 years) and wants to save on the cost of his rent, this is it.

    Superb loft style office space at the Cooper building
    The rental rate was negotiated before recent increases.
    It’s a deal for the Cooper building

    • 5,236 sf
    • Lots of natural light
    • Hardwood floors
    • High ceilings
    • HVAC
    • Available monthly parking

    Here is the video of the space for lease

    For more information/ a visit, please call me
    Henri Cousineau

    henri.cousineau @ Espaces-A-Louer.com

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