When it comes to settling down in your own condo, location is one of the key considerations. While Montreal is known for its arts and culture, thriving restaurant scene and many parks, each corner of the city is unique. Mondev Condos Urbain focuses on dynamic neighbourhoods with plenty of perks when it chooses to launch a new condo.
We’re taking a look at five Mondev projects and their surroundings to see what future residents will get to enjoy:
With a name like Rosemont sur le parc, you know the neighbourhood has good to be a great place for greenery. The intimate, 29-suite condo is located at Boulevard Rosemont and a quick walk away from Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park, a favourite among Montrealers thanks to its leafy trees and wealth of recreational amenities. It’s home to a soccer field, two baseball fields, a public swimming pool, a horseshoes sandbox and a dog park. There’s even a playground for kids and, within the centre of the park, the Laurier Centre, which doubles a cottage for ice skaters once winter rolls around. The family-friendly condo, which features units up to three bedrooms, is also located near the Botancial Garden, Club de golf de Montréal, the Jean-Talon Market and a whole lot more.
Located at 2303 Avenue de la Salle, the 70-unit project will call the up-and-coming Mercier, Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough home. There are endless new dining options to choose from as well as healthy surge in new shops and bars in the area. From Le Valois restaurant to L’Espace Public, a bar that specializes in craft beer, to Café Atomic, Quartier M will give you a front seat to a neighbourhood clearly on the upswing.
Another up-and-comer, the Mile-X neighourhood is as unique as its geography, where streets don’t hew to the grid-like layout seen in much of Montreal. Residential dwellings and re-purposed factories sit next to new experiments in contemporary architecture, creating an interesting new streetscape. Home to duplexes, triplexes, single-family homes and new builds such as MI’X 28, the area is also seeing a more animated street life as it becomes a destination for eating and hanging out. There’s Le Pick-Up Restaurant on Jeanne-Mance St., Dinette Triple Crown and Alexandraplatz Bar, not to mention a whole host of new comers to the neighbourhood scene.
Situated at Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Oxford Condos will be located in a neighbourhood with historical character. Close to Monkland Village, which features a number of shops, cafes and restaurants, the unique strip also hosts street festivals such as the Flavors of the Monkland Village in August as well as Grand Prix events. There’s also plenty of green space thanks to the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Park, Loyola Park, and Trenholme Park. Another big boost for the neighbourhood is the McGill University Health Centre. By spring 2015, it will be home to five health institutions. If you work in health care, living at Oxford Condos will make commuting to work all the more convenient though all residents will appreciate being so close to Vendome metro station.
Located at the corner of St-Ambroise and St-Ferdinand, Bome Condos is close to the Lachine Canal and its miles and miles of bike paths. If cooking is more your thing, enjoy easy access to the Atwater Market and its fresh produce. Enjoy the art galleries and restaurants of Notre-Dame street or the Notre-Dame-de Grace-Park, a green space with something for everyone, regardless of their stage in life. The 32-unit condo is also close to metro St-Henri, making commuting into the core a breeze.
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