World Trade Centre Montreal

World Trade Centre Montreal
The Montreal World Trade Centre west entrance on Victoria Square.

Coordinates: 45°30′7.50″N 73°33′38.20″W / 45.502083°N 73.560611°W / 45.502083; -73.560611


The World Trade Centre Montreal (in French, Centre de Commerce mondial de Montréal) is a building located in the Quartier international district of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Completed in 1992 by the architectural firm Arcop, the 10-storey complex is known for its architecture, including a large glassed-in atrium, formerly Fortification Lane. The complex includes other historic elements:

  • Nordheimer Building (1888)
  • a fragment of the Berlin Wall
  • a fountain by French architect and sculptor Dieudonné-Barthélemy Guibal (1699–1757)

The Centre is home to the Montreal InterContinental Hotel, as well as offices, stores and restaurants.

The Centre is connected to Montreal's underground city and to Square-Victoria metro station.

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