- Government of Canada Building, Moncton
building_name= Government of Canada building
location= 777 Main st.
roof= 34.0 m
floor_area=48,820 sq ft.
owner= Heritage Management
The Government of Canada Building is one of the tallest buildings in
Moncton, New Brunswick. The building is 34 meters tall and has 9 floors. The building was constructed in 1977 and is located at 777 Main st in downtown Moncton. It is mainly used as offices for the Government of Canadaas well as various lawyers.
The facade of this building is getting an aesthetic upgrade which will be complete in 2008.
List of tallest buildings in Moncton
* [http://www.mid.nb.ca/english/sites/realestate_detail.cfm?id=Office%20Property&head=69&rec=479 Info on building]
* [http://www.heritagemanagement.ca/ Ownwers website]
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