brickfields exterior-compressed The oldest house in Griffintown is set to become the neighbourhood’s most sought-after new development. Brickfields, by Maître Carré, is a multi-purpose tower with commercial space, offices and 45 residential units. At street level is the Keegan House, a 19th century abode built in the Anglo-Norman style. The heritage building will be restored and serve as Brickfields’ lobby and a visible reminder of Griffintown’s innovative past.

One bedroom plus office, two bedroom, two bedroom plus office and three bedroom suites are available. Priced between $250,000 and $1.3 million, the residences were designed to reflect pure elegance and sophistication. The gourmet kitchens are adorned with quartz countertops and backsplashes, full height cabinets and functional islands with bar seating.

kitchen closeup-compressed Master bedrooms are equipped with walk-in closets and sumptuous ensuites featuring double sink vanities, soaker tubs and frameless glass showers. Living spaces will be clad in engineered wide-plank wood flooring and every unit boasts a private balcony or terrace.

Unit 0506 is a two bedroom suite, spanning an impressive 2,201 square feet. Its open-concept kitchen features a large scale island with plenty of prep space and bar seating. The living and dining areas open onto an expansive balcony that offers panoramic views of the Lachine Canal.

unit 0506-compressed Downsizers or first-time buyers will appreciate the functionality of Unit 03, a pied-à-terre with 628 square feet of living space. The one bedroom, one bathroom suite boasts a streamlined kitchen, open-concept living and dining area, balcony and a built-in desk area that’s perfect for paying bills or browsing the internet.

In addition to its centennial lobby, Brickfields will feature an English garden with a fountain and seating areas. There’s also a rooftop vegetable garden where residents will be able to grow their own produce during the warmer months.

view from rooftop-compressed Griffintown is in the midst of a $93 million revitalization effort, which will include new bike lanes, parks, road improvements and the Smith Promenade — a 500-meter long public space leading to the Lachine Canal. The historic neighbourhood is home to restaurants, boutiques, cafes, bars, grocery stores and fitness studios. There are a number of bus routes that service the area and the Lucien l’Allier metro station is a fifteen minute walk away.

Brickfields’ new showroom is located at 197 de la Montagne, open Monday to Friday by appointment and on weekends from noon to 5pm. To ensure you stay up-to-date on all the latest, register for the project at

For more information, please call 514 439 5550 or email

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