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3411 rue Drummond • Montréal • Québec • H3G 1X6 • Canada

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Tour des Canadiens 3 is the newest and most anticipated part of downtown Montreal’s $2 Billion Quad Windsor neighbourhood. With an above-ground connection to the subway and RESO network, TDC3 is just minutes from shopping, dining, and the cultural heart of Montreal. Featuring inspired and upscale amenities, and charged with the energy of the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. This is your chance to own in this Tour des Canadiens trilogy!


Tour des Canadiens 3 is a Montreal Canadiens-inspired two-toned glass tower whose slender and tapered forms will become an iconic addition to the city skyline. The exterior of the tower will be cladded with sleek floor-to-ceiling glazing, letting light in from
all directions. At night, with the emblem of the Canadiens illuminated at the top of the building, the address will serve as a literal beacon for Montréal and a gateway into the city.
Tour des Canadiens 3 has been oriented to provide unparalleled views towards the St. Lawrence River to the south and west, the mountain to the north, and the city to the north east. A direct walkway connection joins the building to Windsor Station and the Bell Centre- making for a covered connection to the entire city.


  • Building Type:  Condo
  • Ownership:  Condominium
  • Selling Status:  Selling
  • Sales Started:  Fall 2017
  • Construction Status:  Construction
  • Construction Started:   Spring 2018
  • Estimated Completion:  Fall 2021


  • Pricing:From $344,990 to $1,870,000
  • C.C / Maint:  $0.41 Per SqFt per Month
  • Parking:   $70,000 per spot
  • Storage Locker:  $5,000.00
  • Average Price per Sqft: $731 per SqFt


  • $5,000 with Contract
  • Balance to 5% after 10 days
  • 5% after 60 days
  • 5% after 180 days
  • 5% after 360 days


Tour des Canadiens 3 is positioned among the very best amenities Montreal has to offer. Lush greenspace inspired by some of the world’s favourite city parks is right outside your doorstep. Groceries and everyday conveniences are next to you at the new Provigo. The brand new 1909 Taverne Moderne, now open, is the largest restaurant in Canada bringing a surge of energy to the Bell Centre. The best of shopping and dining are minutes away on the up and coming revitalized Sainte-Catherine Street. Walk or bike through Montreal’s proposed new 6km promenade that extends through the ‘new’ Old Port, with wide-open green spaces, and steps leading down to the water in several key areas. State-of-the-art workplaces like the Deloitte Tower and Windsor Station are across the street from you. And with the integration of city-wide transit and RESO network and the future new LRT, anyplace you can think of is only minutes away.