414 & 412 McGillDescription
This commercial and residential building is located on a main artery of Old Montreal. It has characteristic two-floor lofts with skylights and large windows. It also offers commercial space ideally suited for starting or expanding businesses. The pillars on the ground floor and the carved-stone cladding provide a certain prestige to the façade of the building, while inside, the bare brick walls and hardwood flooring contribute to its yesteryear character.
- Maintenance of common areas
The building is part of the group of buildings at 412, 414 and 416 McGill, three parts that were built together and then subsequently divided into two properties, one of which (412-414) has two bays. The third building in the group, located at 416 McGill, was also purchased by Gestion Georges Coulombe. Construction in 1846 of three general store/residences.
Alterations and renovationsA two-storey expansion in brick was built at the back of the building (date unknown).
Adresse : 414 Rue McGill
Montréal, QC H2Y 2G1
Autre(s) façade(s) : Rue Longueuil
Vocation : Commercial / Résidentiel
Année de construction : 1855
Architecte(s) : Moses Marshall Architecte
Étages : 4
Superficie par étage : 3 300 pieds²
Superficie totale : 16 000 pieds²
Géré par : Gestion Georges Coulombe
Année(s) de renovations: 1996
Nom historique : Maison-Magasin Jacob De Witt
Propriétaire original : Jacob De Witt