The Dominion Square Building, also known as the Gazette Building, is a landmark office building in Downtown Montreal facing Dorchester Square on its northern side. It is located at 1010, Sainte-Catherine Street West, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The building is named after the old name of the Square and its southern access is provided by Dominion Street, which connects Peel to Metcalfe and offers access to a 600-lot parking garage under the building.
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