Alexis Nihon Complex

Local namePlace Alexis-Nihon
LocationMontreal, Canada

Alexis Nihon Complex is a 223,000 m2 building complex in Downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada, consisting of a shopping centre, two office towers, and a residential building. It is named after the inventor and businessman Alexis Nihon. The shopping mall is directly connected to the Atwater metro station, which joins the building by a short tunnel with the adjacent Dawson College, and by a longer one adjoins nearby Westmount Square.

On October 26, 1986, a major fire heavily damaged its 16-story office building and is still considered the city's biggest fire in a skyscraper. At least six stories were destroyed in the blaze. In 2002, the service de sécurité incendie de Montréal was heavily blamed for negligence and incompetence according to the Cour d'Appel du Québec.

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More information and contact


Official Website

Phone +1 514 931 7337

Coordinates 45°29'20.453" N -73°35'9.435" E

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