Maestria Condominiums: GROUPE DEVIMCO, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FONDS IMMOBILIER … – Press Release

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MONTRÉAL, April 17, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – The Maestria Condominiums being built by Groupe Devimco and its partners, the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ and Fiera Real Estate, reached a milestone today as the developer successfully completed hoisting and installing the highest suspended skybridge ever built for a residential project in Québec. It will eventually connect the 58- and 61-storey two towers of Québec’s largest-ever mixed-use residential megaproject, at the 26th and 27th floors respectively. Maestria will be an elegant, refined lifestyle destination in the heart of downtown Montréal.

The hoisting operation made for a spectacular sight downtown today, as Groupe Devimco once again tested the limits of engineering to install the nearly 125,000-lb walkway structure. Projects with distinctive features like these have made Devimco a leader in real estate and urban development.

Today’s achievement was no exception. A bona fide engineering feat, the operation—executed in collaboration with NCK, Lemay, RJC Ingénierie, Sofab and Édyfic Construction—took 1,500 person-hours to complete over a two-week period and involved more than 100 workers. The work was painstakingly planned and implemented by specialized professionals and contractors who addressed multiple site logistics coordination issues, while also ensuring traffic safety and flow in the surrounding Quartier des spectacles.

Soaring above the Quartier des spectacles, the crossroads of culture, the arts and Montréal’s major institutions, the skybridge will connect more than 40,000 sq. ft. of sumptuous common areas in the towers, including 2,915 sq. ft. on the 26th floor. It will offer stunning panoramas of downtown Montréal and the St. Lawrence River, as well as an unparalleled view onto Place des festivals.

The $730-million project, being built in two phases, will comprise 700 rental apartments and 1,042 condominium units.

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