The premises, located at 1440 Drummond Street in Montreal’s Gold Square Mile, still bears the stamp of Scottish-born businessman, George Stephen. The exclusive neo-renaissance social club, which he founded in 1926 and to which he lent his name, is about to become the lobby of a spectacular boutique hotel distinguished by a carefully studied unique façade.
The first President of the Bank of Montreal in 1876 and later the President of Canadian Pacific Railway, Lord Mount Stephen retired in England where he lived until his death in 1922. In 1975, his former home was classified as a historic monument by the government of Quebec and designated as a national historic
site by the government of Canada.
In 2006, the Tidan Hospitality and Real Estate Group acquired this magnificent property of priceless architectural and heritage value. Without a doubt, the Mount
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