Room to grow: How smaller businesses can get the space they need in big cities

Article posted on Financial Post Business Denise Deveau | December 5, 2016 12:34 PM ET When Mississauga, Ont.-based engineering firm Aercoustics Engineering Ltd. needed more space for its growing operations, Steve Titus, the President and Chief Executive, quickly discovered it wasn’t so easy a task. When Titus joined the firm, which specializes in acoustics, vibration and […]

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After the Mile End and the Mile-EX, Meet “DCMTL”

**Article in French  MAXIME BERGERON LA PRESSE Trois mois après avoir annoncé un vaste plan pour reconvertir 1,3 million de pieds carrés d’anciennes manufactures, les promoteurs du « District central Montréal », dans le quartier Ahuntsic, s’apprêtent à accueillir la conférence techno TEDxMontréal. Gros plan sur un secteur qui ambitionne de devenir le prochain Mile End ou Mile-Ex. DE […]

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Judges of the DCMTL Startup Lab Contest Announced

With less than a week left until the application deadline, the judges of the DCMTL Startup Lab Contest have been announced, and we couldn’t be more excited to share them with you! It brings us great pleasure to share the following line-up of some of Montreal’s finest but first, we’ll remind you of a few details […]

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Inauguration of Parc Iona Monahan

Today, DCMTL attended the inauguration of Parc Iona Monahan. This public space, on the corner of Chabanel and avenue l’Esplanade, has been welcoming hundreds of workers and residents from the neighborhood since the spring. “This development addresses a real need in the neighborhood and reflects our engagement to revitalise Chabanel West”, explained Pierre Gagnier, the […]

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Mélanie Joly to Chair Committee on Environment

Last week DCMTL had the pleasure of welcoming federal Heritage Minister, Mélanie Joly into the DCMTL office. During her visit, she and DCMTL President Annika Panzini, discussed the revitalization of the Central District and the benefits such a project would have in the community. Since her drop-in visit, the honourable Joly, has been awarded further ministerial […]

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20 M$ pour faire renaître le quartier l’Acadie-Marché Central de Montréal

C’est sous l’appellation DCMTL Développement, pour District Central Montréal, qu’une dizaine de propriétaires d’immeubles s’unissent afin de revitaliser le secteur Chabanel, longtemps reconnu pour ses manufactures de textile. Niché entre les parties ouest du quartier L’Acadie et sud du quartier Ahuntsic, à proximité des grands axes autoroutiers, du métro et des trains de banlieue, DCMTL […]

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Ahuntsic consortium bets on startups to turn decrepit area into new Mile End

By Joseph Czikk A group of investors are making a bet on the Chabanal area of Montreal, once the city’s famed Garment District in more prosperous years. They’re seeking to turn it into a new, revitalized neighbourhood.DCMTL (District Central Montreal), as the consortium of investors and building-owners have called themselves, will invest $20 million over […]

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Marketwired: Des Investissements Stratégiques Majeurs Qui Vont changer le Visage d’un Grand Secteur du Quartier l’Acadie-Marché Central de Montréal

MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC–(Marketwired – 16 juin 2016) – Note aux rédacteurs : Une photo est associée à ce communiqué de presse. C’est sous l’appellation DCMTL Développement, pour District Central Montréal, qu’un grand secteur industriel montréalais laissé pour compte dans le quartier l’Acadie-Marché Central s’apprête à renaître avec la mise en place d’un vaste programme de revitalisation […]

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Marketwired: Major Strategic Investments to Revitalize Portions of Montreal’s L’Acadie-Marche Central Neighbouhood

MONTREAL, QUEBEC–(Marketwired – June 16, 2016) – Note to Editors: There is a photo associated with this press release. Under the name of DCMTL Development, for District Central Montreal, a major project is being launched to revitalise some of the key iconic industrial clothing and textile manufacturing buildings, and catalyze a larger movement in the […]