It’s that time of the year again – the 18th annual Open House Weekends in Montreal runs March 22nd and 23rd as well as March 29th and 30th. Though more than 75 new housing projects across the region will be taking part, these DevMcGill condos will surely stand out.
Consider visiting these development during the whirlwind weekend:
Currently under construction at 7400 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, this six-storey condo blends together a majestic heritage structure with three refined and decidedly contemporary buildings. There are a variety of housing styles to choose from, whether you’re seeking a loft, condo, penthouse or townhouse. Plus the suites have access to balconies, garden level terraces or rooftop terraces, giving residents easy access to the outdoors. Located steps from Jarry Park, Little Italy and the Jean-Talon Market, Castelnau is close to a number of cafes, shops and restaurants. For more details, visit the sales centre at 7410 Boulevard St-Laurent, noon to 5 pm on weekends.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer looking for a one-bedroom suite or a family looking for room to grow, Avenue32 has it all. Aside from a variety of layouts, the project is built with a sense of a community and residents will be able to enjoy proximity to a number of parks and green spaces, including the Lachine canal, as well as diverse cultural sites. However, homeowners will also be able to enjoy a wealth of on-site perks such as a heated pool and a fully equipped fitness room. During the next two weekends, be sure to drop by the sales centre at 780, 32nd Avenue for more details. Weekend hours are from 12pm to 5pm.
The final phase of a new downtown marvel designed by Sid Lee Architecture, M9-4 will stand at the gateway to Old Montreal and the downtown core. Comprised of 156 suites, the 20-storey tower will also come equipped with a number of standout amenities such as fitness facilities, a spa, barbeque area, lounge and pool. The sales centre is located at the DevMcGill Boutique at 782 Wellington St. and is open from noon to 5 pm on weekends.
The lucky residents of Condominiums St Dominque will live in a setting imbued with history. Located at the heart of three historical districts at 2115 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, the structure was built in 1894 and housed an important piece of Montreal, the Ekers Brewery, which was owned by industrialist and a former mayor of Montreal, Henry Archer Ekers. The 64-suite project will maintain its historic roots and integrate the new condo suites into the storied site. The interiors will be fully modern with quartz countertops, expansive windows and a whole host of on-site amenities. The sales centre, located at the same address as the project site, is open weekends from noon to 5 pm.