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The refurbishment of Philips Square has been completed

Dust, drifter and construction workers have disappeared from around Sainte-Catherine Street and Phillips Square on Union Avenue in downtown Montreal.

The newly restored space was opened on Monday after work began two years ago.

As a result of the $ 50 million renovation, Montreal city officials say space has increased by 35%, 35 trees have been planted three times as much as before, and street furniture has increased. Because a water jet is installed.

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"Our purpose is Montreal To make downtown the most environmentally friendly. Mayor of Montreal's Valerie Plant said at the opening ceremony of the square on Monday: "Square Phillips will begin completing the first phase of the Sainte-Catherine refurbishment.

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This work was done as part of the redevelopment of Sainte-Catherine Street West.

"Next year, we will start Phase 2 of Sainte-Catherine between Mansfield and Peel," said Emily Tuillier, Mayor of Cartierville and Executive Committee of the City of Montreal, who is in charge of infrastructure. increase.

"REV (Express Bike Network) peels on Peel between René Lévesque and De Maison Nouveau and on Metcalf Street between Square Dauchester and Le Coeur Mont-Royal. 2 years."

Read more:Construction of a plan to revitalize Saint-Catherine Street in Montreal begins

Business around the square The Lord has finally finished the renovation.

"Now we have a really nice view from our room," said Lucy Manso, Room Manager at Hotel Burks Montreal on the west side of the square. "It's really important for our guests to have a great environment."

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