rockland outremont

Urban living is a treat, thanks to all the conveniences that come with living in a big city. But Montreal is home to a vast variety of wide open spaces: from parks to playgrounds, trails to beaches.

Who needs to deal with the fuss and upkeep of a yard when you’ve got all these great green spaces at your door! Here’s a look at just a few of the parks you can enjoy when you call any of these projects by Mondev Condos Urbain home:

An-X

Situated at Rue Hochelaga and Rue Hogan, this intimate, four-storey condo is just down the street from Raymond Préfontaine Park. A great place to visit, especially if you have kids, the public space is home to a baseball diamond as well as on-site skating arena. There’s even a skatepark for boarders. Baldwin Park, just east of An-X, is home to lush mature trees and plenty of benches and picnic benches, perfect for spending a relaxing afternoon reading in the shade.

Bome Condos

Thanks to the condo’s proximity to the Lachine Canal, residents will enjoy living strolling distance from Gédéon-De Catalogne Park. There are regular outdoor yoga classes scheduled in the park and the space was recently the site of a food truck festival. If you enjoy cycling, the trials along the canal are sure to keep you busy.

Glo Condos

Currently under construction at Rue Amherst and Rue de la Gauchetière Est, Glo Condos is steps from the history of the Old Port of Montreal. One of the district’s newest attractions is the Clock Tower Beach, open from May to September. You’ll also have easy access to the trails that wind along the waterfront.

L’Alcove sur le Woonerf

Situated at 4761 Saint Ambroise St., L’Alcove sur le Woonerf is down the street from Gadbois Park and a large recreation centre where you can swim, skate, practice your karate moves, play badminton and a whole lot more. Other parks within walking distance of the 130-unit project include Émile-Berline Park and Gédéon-De Catalogne Park.

Le Rockland Outremont

There’s no shortage of greenery on the tree-line streets of Outremont. Le Rockland Outremont (pictured above) is home to just 13 select units. Discerning condo buyers will appreciate the well-appointed suites as well as the wide-open spaces close by. Residents with pets will enjoy the easy access to the Parc Canin next to Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park. Other parks in the neighbourhood include Pratt Park, thickly wooded and home to two ponds and a bubbling stream.

For more information about any of these condos, visit mondev.ca.

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