Once a bustling textile factory, 6600 Saint-Urbain is transforming into a 21st-century loft office space, teeming with today’s thinkers and makers.
With abundant natural light, large and efficient floor plates, and strong bones that allow for customizable space design, this human-scale five-story structure delivers on the promise of a workplace where ideas and businesses can grow.
Fully-renovated main lobby, corridors and washrooms
Tenant-dedicated HVAC system
Universally accessible property
Plug-&-play Show Suites
Plastic and paper recycling
Organic waste collection service
Use of reclaimed materials
Repurposed industrial building
Increased energy efficiency
In less than a decade, Montreal’s Mile-Ex has gone from an often overlooked post-industrial area to a thriving neighbourhood, with pulling power that reaches far beyond the city’s borders.
Digital mindset with industrial undertones, high-tech magnet meets low-key attitude, community spirit that embraces global ambitions: a study of contrasts, today’s Mile-Ex district fosters the kind of interactions between technology, science, art and culture that pave the way for innovation.
Canderel is genuinely invested in the Mile-Ex district, offering flexible, smart and right-sized office spaces to meet your company’s needs from incubation up into maturity.
Regarded as the future AI and technology hub for the whole country, Mile-Ex is home to two other Canderel buildings.
A global hub for companies focused on artificial intelligence (AI) research.
Steps away from some of the most dominant companies in the AI and IT industries, including Microsoft, Facebook, MILA, Element AI and Thales.
At walking distance from three Metro stations, from bus and commuter train stops.
Neighbouring the University of Montreal MIL campus, Jarry Parc, Jean-Talon Market and Little Italy.
Surrounded by notable Montreal restaurants, coffee shops, and the soon-to-be transformed linear park.
Quick access to car & bike sharing and EV charging stations.
Through citizen participation, and in collaboration with MASSIVart, Montreal artists’ new creations are emerging at 6600 Saint-Urbain.