350 BOUL. DE MAISONNEUVE O. MONTRÉAL, QC
Built in 2010 by Sacresa Canada, the Louis-Boheme overlooks the Place-des-Arts metro station, the Maisonneuve bicycle path and the Place des Festivals with its 28 floors and 293 units.
The Louis-Boheme offers urban lifestyle condos adapted to your tastes and needs.
With units ranging in size from 480 to 2,000 square feet, the Metropol's condos offer European-inspired design, quality materials, superior soundproofing, nine-foot ceilings and common areas accessible to the 199 units, including an urban cottage with a kitchenette and fireplace, a pool, a BBQ area, gym and a cozy lobby. Enjoy a 360-degree view from the roof of this 15-storey building, which overlooks Mount Royal and the business district, the Jacques Cartier Bridge (the fireworks of La Ronde) and even the Olympic Stadium’s tower.Read more
The 38-story textured towers of the Brivia and Tianco developers will rise to change to the better the silhouette of downtown Montreal. The first phase, which is scheduled for delivery shortly, includes studio units, one, two and three-bedroom condos, penthouses and townhouses, ranging from 363 to 1,600 square feet and all of which are more luxurious than others.Read more
Conveniently located just a few steps from the Bell Centre and the Lucien-L'Allier and GuyConcordia metro stations in downtown Montreal, this 40-storey residential project by MC Finance has been offering 256 luxury units ranging from 750 to 2,600 square feet since 2015.Read more
15 BOUL. LA FAYETTE LONGUEUIL, QC
Built in 2010 by the True North Properties developer on Place Charles-Lemoyne, at the Longueuil-Université-de-Sherbrooke metro station, this 25-storey, 225-unit residential tower has since become a must-see on the South Shore.
At the junction of the main highways and near Old Longueuil, public transit and the business activity of Saint-Charles Street, Blu Rivage prime location makes it an excellent compromise between the city and the suburbs.
2525, AVENUE DES ÉRABLES, MONTRÉAL, QC
Imagine living in a neighborhood downtown, bordering the Plateau, overlooking the St. Lawrence River and the Jacques Cartier Bridge…
This ambitious 34-storey project from Benvenuto Group, which awarded him the Grand Prize for Architecture and Design at the 2012 Pug Awards, is located at the corner of De Bleury and Concorde Streets, just a few steps from Place des Arts and the metro station of the same name.Read more
With its prime location in the heart of downtown Montreal, between the Bonaventure and McGill metro stations, the most urban of us will be delighted. This 40-storey tower offers 287 units including one, two or three-bedroom condos with a living area between 500 and 2500 square feet which feature one or two bathrooms and a balcony or terrace.Read more
The aptly named L'Avenue is a 50-storey mixed-used residential project on the Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, opposite the Bell Centre. From the well-known developer BROCCOLINI, L’Avenue offers the owners and tenants 300 units ranging from 500 to 1,500 square feet, including one, two or three-bedroom condos with nine-foot ceilings, quartz countertops and built-in appliances that illustrate the attention paid to the design and quality of the selected materials.Read more
In 2013, renowned developers Canderel and Cadillac-Fairview launched today's must-see Tours des Canadiens project. In the immediate vicinity of the Bell Centre and with direct access to the RESO and metro stations, les Tours des Canadiens, whose first phase was delivered in 2016, offer a total of more than 1,700 condos divided in 3 iconic towers of 52 to 55 floors.Read more
The construction of the prestigious Saint-M was undertaken in 2014. This 18-storey tower, built by the Canvar group, stands out with its almost all glass facade which reveals condos that can only have abundant fenestration. The building houses 143 units and is located in downtown Montreal and Old Montreal, at the corner of St-Maurice and McGill Streets, right next to Victoria Square, a neighborhood that never cease to renew itself.Read more