Project Sainte-Catherine Ouest

Sainte-Cath Works! Design Competition: Come See the 5 Finalists at the Public Hearing

To conclude the first stage of the competition, the jury has selected five (5) finalists among the 18 proposals received. Proposals were evaluated on an anonymous basis, to keep the process open and transparent.
The five finalists are:

Next step: Finalists' hearing before the Jury, August 24, 2016 at Gesù

Consult complete details for this event.

Reserve your seat! (in French) Please note that the presentations will be given in French.

The Design Competition

Montréal, UNESCO City of design, is moving towards a new way of working. For the first time, the City is launching a design competition to improve a construction site – the Sainte-Catherine Street West project worksite. The Sainte-Cath Works! Competition challenges designers who want to combine innovation and creativity to change perceptions and improve the experience of this worksite for Montrealers and tourists alike.

To find out more, click here.

Changing the Viewpoint on Phillips Square

Witnesses of a rich part of Montreal's history, Phillips Square and Place du Frère André are still places to stop and enjoy the greenery near Rue Sainte-Catherine. During the next few years, these public spaces will undergo a complete renovation. Ville de Montréal has taken Montrealers’ ideas into account in order to give these gems of our heritage a new lease on life.

Curious about the future of Phillips Square and Place du Frère André? Go to the Phillips Square page to find out more.

Sainte-Cath Works! Design Competition: Come See the 5 Finalists at the Public Hearing

To conclude the first stage of the competition, the jury has selected five (5) finalists among the 18 proposals received. Proposals were evaluated on an anonymous basis, to keep the process open and transparent.
The five finalists are:

Next step: Finalists' hearing before the Jury, August 24, 2016 at Gesù

Consult complete details for this event.

Reserve your seat! (in French) Please note that the presentations will be given in French.

The Design Competition

Montréal, UNESCO City of design, is moving towards a new way of working. For the first time, the City is launching a design competition to improve a construction site – the Sainte-Catherine Street West project worksite. The Sainte-Cath Works! Competition challenges designers who want to combine innovation and creativity to change perceptions and improve the experience of this worksite for Montrealers and tourists alike.

To find out more, click here.

Changing the Viewpoint on Phillips Square

Witnesses of a rich part of Montreal's history, Phillips Square and Place du Frère André are still places to stop and enjoy the greenery near Rue Sainte-Catherine. During the next few years, these public spaces will undergo a complete renovation. Ville de Montréal has taken Montrealers’ ideas into account in order to give these gems of our heritage a new lease on life.

Curious about the future of Phillips Square and Place du Frère André? Go to the Phillips Square page to find out more.

  • Sainte-Cath Works!

    6 months ago
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    A design competition is the alternative that the Ville de Montréal has chosen to improve the Sainte-Catherine Street West worksite. Keeping pace with Berlin, London, Paris and New York, Montréal - a UNESCO City of Design – affirms that creative and innovative ideas can contribute to improve the daily experience of the construction project. Thousands of Montrealers, workers and tourists come to this iconic commercial street on a daily basis, where work is slated to start between De Bleury and Mansfiel Streets in 2017.

    The Sainte-Cath Works! Design competition aims to:


    A design competition is the alternative that the Ville de Montréal has chosen to improve the Sainte-Catherine Street West worksite. Keeping pace with Berlin, London, Paris and New York, Montréal - a UNESCO City of Design – affirms that creative and innovative ideas can contribute to improve the daily experience of the construction project. Thousands of Montrealers, workers and tourists come to this iconic commercial street on a daily basis, where work is slated to start between De Bleury and Mansfiel Streets in 2017.

    The Sainte-Cath Works! Design competition aims to:

    • Change citizens’ perceptions of the worksite, making it attractive and lively;
    • Reduce negative impacts of construction work and detours;
    • Communicate on site regarding advancement of the public works;
    • Present the streetscaping project as it will be upon completion.


    You will also find more information about the competition on the Bureau du design website.


    The Sainte-Cath Works! Competition benefits from 100 000$ in funding from the Bureau du design of the Ville de Montréal made possible by support from the Secrétariat à la région métropolitaine métropolitaine as part of the implementation of the Entente Montréal 2025.

  • Discover the future Sainte-Cath

    over 1 year ago
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    The future Rue Sainte-Catherine will fill the need for added pedestrian space, seating areas, terraces for enjoying the sun, as well as healthier and more numerous trees.

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    The future Rue Sainte-Catherine will fill the need for added pedestrian space, seating areas, terraces for enjoying the sun, as well as healthier and more numerous trees.

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  • Square Phillips

    over 1 year ago
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    As part of the Sainte-Catherine s’ouvre à vos idées public consultation initiative, Ville de Montréal organized several consultation activities. Retailers, residents as well as public planning and development experts were called upon to reflect on the future of Phillips Square and Beaver Hall Square and Place du Frère André. A number of studies were also carried out.

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    As part of the Sainte-Catherine s’ouvre à vos idées public consultation initiative, Ville de Montréal organized several consultation activities. Retailers, residents as well as public planning and development experts were called upon to reflect on the future of Phillips Square and Beaver Hall Square and Place du Frère André. A number of studies were also carried out.

    Read more