We believe that an office building should empower today’s thinkers and makers to reach their full potential. We also believe that moving forward with the best ideas requires providing the space for them to emerge in the first place.
In collaboration with Montreal’s renowned Quartier de l’innovation, Canderel + 6600 Saint-Urbain are making room for your ideas.
Tomorrow starts now.
In 2021, we will be revamping the post-industrial textile factory that is 6600 Saint-Urbain into a forward-looking and human-scale office building. We’d love to include your ideas in the process!
Canderel+ the Quartier de l’innovation are inviting startups to present innovative Proptech solutions and projects that could be implemented at 6600 Saint-Urbain and in other Canderel buildings.
Off The Grid specializes in the production of cardio-training equipment and a web application to generate electricity from physical activity. The user has access to a connected web application that allows him to compete with other users and monitor his electricity production in real time, among other things.
Hive Intercom is a smartphone video intercom system for multi-unit residential buildings.
Our mission is to provide indoor and outdoor mobile water infrastructures for large public spaces and/or events to protect our planet from single-use plastics such as water bottles and now also sanitizer bottles and gloves amidst the global pandemic.
MySeat is a Workplace Analytics company. They provide Wireless Sensors' Network to measure real time utilization data on Seats, Desks, Meeting Rooms and Lounges, but also temperature, humidity, Noise level and Air Quality (VOC) and light level.
Expedibox specializes in the development and maintenance of modular intelligent racks linked to a logistics management platform that connects, simplifies, organizes and optimizes the sending and receiving of parcels.
Timeline | QI_Connexion Proptech Competition
— the building of the future
Online call for solutions | Until January 31, 11:59 PM
A 3 km² world-class experimental area in the heart of Montreal, the Quartier de l’innovation (QI) fosters a one-of-a-kind innovation ecosystem where experimentation and collaboration between academics, entrepreneurs and residents generate benefits for society. The Government of Canada supports QI, the Government of Quebec, the City of Montreal, four universities (École de technologie supérieure [ÉTS], McGill University, Concordia University and Université du Québec à Montréal [UQAM]), and close to thirty private partners.