It's official, the Montreal underground city will be getting a much-needed extension.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Getting An All-New European Style Salon\nThis extension will take the form of a beautiful modern and elevated walkway that will connect Tour des Canadiens 2 and 3 to the Deloitte Tower, the Bell Centre, and the underground network.\nAlthough the Tour Des Canadiens are luxury condos, The Quad Windsor Skybridge will be accessible to the public.\nIt will be functional by providing a pedestrian link between downtown and the neighborhoods to the south, but also, adding a contemporary work of art with a modern and sleek appeal to the urban design of the area. Form and function in one!\nView this post on Instagram La TDC3 comporte une passerelle couverte vers la gare Windsor et le Centre Bell, mais aussi le RÉSO souterrain, le nouveau REM, le métro et le réseau de trains de la gare Centrale. Visitez le Pavillon de Ventes dès aujourd'hui! - TDC3 will have a direct walkway connection that joins the building to Windsor Station and the Bell Centre- making for a covered connection to the entire city including the RESO network, the future REM, the Metro, and trains at Centre Station. Visit the Presentation Center today! A post shared by Tour des Canadiens 3 (@tourdescanadiens3) on Jul 20, 2018 at 7:00am PDT\nThe concept has been conceived by Ombrages lighting design and engineering firm, who also worked on iconic Montreal landmarks such as the Olympic Park Tower, Montréal Casino, Le Quai de l’Horloge, and the illumination of the Jacques-Cartier bridge.\nI spend a lot of time in the underground during the winter, I'm excited to know that Montrealers will able to travel to Griffintown to Peel through the underground network.\n@tourdescanadiens3embedded via\nYou won't have to wait too long for the bridge to open, the walkway is officially set to open in mid-2019!