Burnside Hall

Pont-Viau, Canada

Burnside Hall

Burnside Hall (French: Pavillon Burnside) is a McGill University building located at 805 Sherbrooke Street West, on the university's downtown campus in Montreal, Quebec. It is named after Burnside Place, the Montreal estate of James McGill, the university's founder. Built in 1970 by Marshall, Merrett, and Associates to accommodate the Faculty of Science, the thirteen-storey building is constructed in Brutalist style and stands just northeast of the Roddick Gates, in the centre of McGill's campus.




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