Where the past meets the future

Named for one of the finest manor houses in England, Haddon Hall brings its own history to Montreal. With its ornate architecture, classic exterior details, and intricate interior, Haddon Hall is a landmark on Sherbrooke Street—a fact made official when the City of Montreal designated it a Heritage Building of Exceptional Value in 2004. Built in 1928 on prime land facing the 17th century towers of the Grand Seminaire, today Haddon Hall occupies a special place in the urban landscape of Montreal, allowing its residents to lead a modern, yet classic lifestyle.