Brewing up a Remarkable Renovation.

Brewing up a Remarkable Renovation.

Designed by Montreal architect Robert Findley and built in 1906, Molson House served as the office and residence of Dr. William A. Molson, a direct relative of the famous brewing family of Canada. This grey limestone mansion, typical of the Edwardian era, is all that’s left of the time when gracious mansions and townhouses lined part of Sherbrooke Street and McGill College Avenue. The home underwent an extensive rebuild and renovation in 1992 with only the front façade remaining intact.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS:

Name: Dr. William A. Molson House
Location: 888 Sherbrooke W
Project Type: Rebuild and Renovation
Building Type: Edwardian Mansion
Year: 1992
Product Series: Marvin Casement
Product Type: Wood Casement Windows
Architect: Tolchinsky & Goodz Architect
Builder: Divco

Marvin of Canada was called upon to support this project and wood casement windows were used. Perfectly suited for new construction or full frame replacement, Marvin casement windows offered expert craftsmanship, a variety of customized options, and superior value all which factored into the architects plans.
Today, Molson Hall serves as residence halls for students at McGill University.