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Côte Saint-Luc

About Côte Saint-Luc

32,321 in city
3,981,800 in metro
6 km² (2 mi²)
Côte Saint-Luc is a mostly residential city on the Island of Montreal. The English version of this toponym is "Saint Luke's Slope." Côte Saint-Luc was forced to merge with the city of Montreal on January 1, 2002, but was given the opportunity to demerge from the city in 2004. During the four years that it was merged with the city of Montreal, some services decreased, such as fire inspections. It was merged with its neighboring suburbs of Hampstead and Montreal West to form the borough of Côte-Saint-Luc—Hampstead—Montréal-Ouest. In a referendum held on June 20, 2004 more than 87 percent of Côte Saint-Luc residents voted to demerge and Côte Saint-Luc was re-established as a separate city on January 1, 2006.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
25 All Buildings
23
existing
2
unbuilt

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 The Seasons - 1968
2 Tour Présidentielle II - 1968
3 Tour Présidentielle I - 1968
4 Ashdale House - 1968
5 Tour Sunnybrooke - 1980

Building types

No. Type
24 high-rise building
1 low-rise building