Developer Rachel Julien has launched sales for the second phase of the Laurent & Clark project located in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles in Downtown Montreal. The move comes after an "exceptional response" met the first phase of the project, with the larger second phase introducing more units in a taller building.
Designed by Menkes Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes, the contemporary pair of towers are architecturally distinct. The 21-storey, 159-unit first phase employs an external white grid splashed with colourful and luminous balcony separators. The second tower offers 175 condominiums across its 25-storey volume, with charcoal-coloured glazing adding visual contrast to the development.
The second phase will see units run the gamut from one-bedroom configurations measuring 507 square feet to penthouses exceeding 2,000 square feet. Interiors are suffused with a theme of duality, where night and day, white and black are ends of the spectrum brought to the forefront of the design.
Residents will enjoy access to a multitude of common spaces, including the largest private urban spa in the city, a leisure lounge, a gym with the latest high-end equipment, and a fourth floor terrace overlooking the Quartier des spectacles, giving occupants an exclusive vantage point of all the shows and festivals that animate the celebrated square.
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