Between Sherbrooke Street and and Rene Levesque, Montreal’s fabled Crescent Street has countless charms. The Victorian-era homes that populate the strip house an eclectic collection of boutiques, galleries and restaurants that are popular among locals and visitors alike.
The sole new condo currently under construction on Crescent Street, Les Condos Crescent recognizes the special history of its surroundings. Inca Development has tasked Karl Fischer, an architect with experience in both Montreal and New York City, to create a design that brings together the old and the new. While the lower floors will blend in with the building’s 19th-century neighbours, the upper floors will have a more contemporary appearance.
The historic facade features restored and polished original stone from the previous building at 1220 Crescent Street. Inside, the 11-storey structure will be home to 90 suites. Each of the units, available as studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom or three-bedroom floorplans, are fully modern.
The smartly designed interiors are by Catherine Condoroussis and features stylish finishes. Every unit is equipped with outdoor space, be it a balcony, loggia or terrace. The nine-foot ceilings coupled with the expansive windows infuse the units with an abundance of natural light.
The kitchens come equipped with integrated European appliances, quartz countertops and a glass tile backsplash. The bathrooms feature custom-designed vanities, glass shower enclosures and high quality plumbing and lighting fixtures. All of these little luxuries come standard with each suite!
There’s still plenty of opportunity to personalize the space thanks to the variety of colour selections and the choices of luxurious and imported engineered hard wood floors.
Take a look at what you can expect:
The condo also features a number of onsite perks, including fitness facilities and even a rooftop terrace. Suites range from 643 to 1,111-square feet in size and start from $276,000.
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