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Le Devoir reports that Ritz-Carlton hotel on Sherbrooke Street will soon undergo extensive renovations and conversions. At an estimated cost of more than $100 million, the 229-room hotel will turn into a 130-room one, but with 35 additional "residences" and 15 "condo-suites". The price of the those units is to be determined.
The project timeline is estimated at 15 months. The original façade will be kept intact. The principal architectural firm participating in the project will be Montreal's Provencher Roy + associés who oversaw several other prominent renovation / restoration projects in the city including work on Le Square Phillips Hotel and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
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