Edward Maxwell downtown Montreal residence, 312 Peel Street

Edward Maxwell's downtown Montreal residence was at 312 Peel Street. This would be today 3480 Peel Street, now a 70s style condo tower. His house was one in a group of 3 houses all designed by the Edward Maxwell. The other 2 houses are fortunately still standing. All 3 houses used to have a view from the upper levels of the house towards the river.

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Aerial view of the upper part of Peel street, 1947, E. Maxwell residence marked in orange, source: Archives de la Ville de Montreal
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google satellite photo of what would be now 3480 Peel steet, 2019
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3484 Peel street as seen in google street view, 2012. Edward Maxwell's residence would have stood on the left side of the photo where you see today a bit of grass and the high-rise.
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Drawing of the Edward Maxwell home, downtown Montreal, 312 Peel Street (later 3480 Peel Street), demolished in 1975 to make room for a condo tower. Source: http://cac.mcgill.ca/Maxwells/ images/184.0a.JPG


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