Time is running out to own a new condominium in one of Montreal’s most sought-after and dynamic neighbourhoods. Situated just north of the Lachine Canal, NOCA is a three-tower development by DevMcGill that will grow to include 300 residences. Phase II is selling now, and 60 percent of the units have already been accounted for.
Prospective buyers are invited to attend NOCA’s autumn open house weekends on October 21, 22, 27 and 28. Take a tour of the designer-decorated model condo and receive up to $7,000 in your choice of finishes with the purchase of a condo before November 1st. The sales office is located at 1551 Basin Street in Griffintown, and operating hours are between noon and 5pm.
Floorplans range from a 293-square-foot micro condo to a sprawling, 2,208-square-foot penthouse complete with a rooftop terrace. Phase II has 114 units in total, with prices starting from $263,000. Suites are outfitted with sleek, built-in appliances such as an induction cooktop, oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave. Juliet balconies and terraces provide sweeping views of the canal and downtown core, while smart locks and thermostats offer peace of mind and energy savings.
NOCA boasts a long list of social and recreational amenities, including a common area with furniture specifically designed for work or relaxation and a meeting area with shared kitchen, work island and large-screen television. Residents will be able to forego costly gym memberships thanks to the state-of-the-art training room, equipped with weight-training and cardiovascular machines, plus a multipurpose room that can be used for numerous sports such as badminton, basketball and yoga.
During the warmer months, residents can host get-togethers with friends and family on the exclusive rooftop area, equipped with lounge chairs, a swimming pool, barbecues and dining area. The space features a panoramic view of the Lachine Canal, Old Montréal and the downtown core. There’s also a 16,000-square-foot interior courtyard garden with sculptural benches for reading a book or practicing meditation.
The development offers self-service bicycles with a convenient repair station that’s stocked with tools, as well as rental kayaks that residents can launch from a nearby dock. NOCA will even have its own app for booking common areas or services.
NOCA’s canal-side address provides easy connections to downtown Montreal and the Lucien L’Allier metro station. Griffintown West is dotted with world-class restaurants, trendy bars, art galleries and swathes of parkland.
Be sure to register online ahead of the autumn open house weekends to receive pricing info and further details about the project.
For more information, please visit nocacondos.ca, call 514 700 4024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.