416 McGill Street


This recently renovated building has maintained its original physical form. Lofts and commercial space coexist in a warm atmosphere created by brick walls, hardwood flooring and embossed metal ceilings. The latticed windows maintain the building’s original character.

  • Services

    • Maintenance of common areas
  • History

    The building is part of a 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 Original tenant: Kershaw & Whitenhall, wholesaler

  • Alterations and renovations

    A two-storey expansion in brick was built at the back of the building (date unknown); in 1890, the gable roof was replaced with an additional storey with a false mansard.
  • Caracteristics

    Adresse : 416 Rue McGill
    Montréal, QC H2Y 2G1

    Autre(s) façade(s) : Rue Longueuil

    Vocation : Commercial / Résidentiel

    Année de construction : 1846

    Architecte(s) : Moses Marshall Architecte

    Étages : 5

    Superficie par étage : 1 800 pieds²     

    Superficie totale : 9 000 pieds²

    Géré par : Gestion Georges Coulombe

    Année(s) de renovations: 1997

    Nom historique : Maison-Magasin Jacob De Witt

    Propriétaire original : Jacob De Witt

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