The city of Montreal consistently ranks among the top ten cities in North America in terms of quality of life. People move to the city from all over the world to enjoy its beauty, laid-back pace, and art scene, to name just a few attractions. For those seeking luxury housing, the following are some of the best condominiums in downtown Montreal.
YUL is comprised of two 38-story towers, and it features many luxury amenities. For example, the property includes a large private garden where residents can relax and get away from the sights and sounds of city life for awhile. In addition, the first tower features a sky lounge on the top floor where residents can socialize, have a gourmet meal, and enjoy a panoramic view of the city. The building was designed by the architectural firm of Menkes Shooner Dagenais Le Tourneux, and all interiors were provided by Armani/Casa. The whole project is the brainchild of Mr. Kheng Ly, CEO of Brivia Group and YUL Condominiums.
Named for its location, 628 Saint-Jacques was built by developer Michael Broccolini, and its 35-story tower holds 258 luxury apartments. One of its most notable features is its rooftop pool, which is the highest pool in the city. The building’s location in Old Montreal is another one of its attractions. Residents are just steps away from excellent dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities. The design of the building incorporates both classic and modern elements so the exterior blends well with the historical community where the building is situated, and residents can enjoy the latest style in luxury interiors.
One of the most innovative and eclectic luxury condominiums is Le Nuovo, located at the edge of Montreal’s Little Italy. The seven-story building contains four styles of condos: urban, zen, classic, and penthouse. The building also features environmentally friendly details like charging stations for electric cars, LED lights throughout the building, and an energy-saving elevator system. Le Nuovo was designed by the architectural firm of Atelier Christian Thiffault with interiors by Andres Escobar.
These are just a few of the options available for luxury living in downtown Montreal. Thanks to the growing demand for high-end condominiums, developers have many more projects in the works.