Concordia developed a bold strategic plan — to be phased in over several years — to meet the University’s changing space needs in response to its growth. The master building plan is an large-scale, evolving strategy.
In coming years, the Grey Nuns Mother House will become an important academic facility, adding a valued component to a multi-faceted institution with an exciting vision and a strong urban presence. This Mother House will be a place where history meets intellectual discovery and creativity.
The Quartier Concordia project is aimed at creating a dynamic, urban energy in a lively, diverse community. It's a place in which ground-breaking research stems from a free and fluent exchange of ideas.
The Knowledge Infrastructure Program (KIP) facilities were made possible by $80 million in joint federal/provincial funding. These spaces give professors and students the necessary resources to be on the cutting edge of their fields of study.