1255 Phillips Square in the heart of downtown Montreal was designed by Spence and Mathias and constructed in 1949. The overall design of the exterior is simple with streamline features. Curved stonewalls and windows draw people towards the Art Deco entrance overlooking Phillips Square.
The high quality lobby is finished in cream, green and black colors with brass for the mailbox and the lobby shop windows and doors. Horizontal bands of windows emphasize the streamline design, as does the stunning curved corner at the downtown intersection of St. Catherine and Phillips Square at McGill Metro and The Bay.
This Space is a superb location for a restaurant, retail store, financial services etc. It is located in the up-and-coming area adjacent to Griffintown. The area in and around Griffintown has reinvented itself in recent years. With many condos coming up in surrounding areas including Nordolec & Myst, this area is attracting imaginative shopkeepers who opened eclectic boutiques and inventive chefs serving creative cuisine. It is walking distance of buses and close to Charlevoix Metro.