St-Dominique Condominiums, a 67-unit project coming to downtown Montreal, is known for its historic exterior. Built in 1894, the structure is actually the former Ekers Brewery and DevMcGill is carefully converting the heritage structure into a unique collection of dwellings.
Located at 2118 Rue Saint Dominique, its easy to see why the building is a head-turner. But beyond the work of architect Karl Fischer who is combining the essence of the heritage structure with a more contemporary look, the condo will also be animated by eye-catching common areas.
Residents will surely appreciate the rooftop terrace, which will be overlook the downtown, Mount-Royal, the historic Bon-Pasteur Monastery as well as the charming landscaped inner courtyard.
The space will come equipped with lounge chairs, making it the perfect place to entertain guests or just curl up with a good book on a lazy Sunday afternoon. There’s will even be a water feature, which will maintain a sense of calm and relaxation. What’s more, the rooftop’s barbeque area means you’ll be able to perfect your grilling technique all through the summer months.
On the ground, St-Dominique will also feature a fully landscaped inner courtyard. Residents will get to enjoy a natural green space while living in a convenient, urban location.
Inside, the building will come with fitness facilities, another convenience for residents who can sweat out their stresses without having to pay for a pricey gym membership.
The smartly designed lobby is in line with the grandeur of the exterior, further evidence that DevMcGill has considered all the angles in creating a space that is both comfortable and stylish.
Curious to learn more? Be sure to visit the sales centre at 2122 Saint-Dominique St., open Wednesday to Friday from noon to 7pm and on weekends from noon to 5pm.
Suites start from $228,000.