231 Saint Paul West StreetDescription
This commercial and residential building, with numerous art galleries, is part of a group of buildings designed by the same architect. It is located in the heart of one of the oldest streets in North America, which has always managed to maintain its commercial character. The building has a structural design consisting of columns and beams, allowing the façade to consist almost entirely of glass windows.
- Maintenance of common areas
The building is part of a group of buildings from 215 to 231 Saint-Paul West (also 406 Saint-Eloi). Built in 1858 by Edwin Atwater, a businessman and the original owner/builder. Primary purpose: store/warehouse.
Adresse : 231 Rue Saint Paul O
Montréal, QC H2Y 2A2
Vocation : Commercial / Résidentiel
Année de construction : 1868
Architecte(s) : George Browne (aussi 288 Saint-Jacques, 406 Saint-Eloi et 432-434 Saint-Pierre)
Étages : 4
Superficie par étage : 1 500 pieds²
Superficie totale : 7 500 pieds²
Géré par : Gestion Georges Coulombe
Année(s) de renovations: 1990
Propriétaire original : Margaret Provan (aussi 406 Saint-Eloi)