A 24-storey glass tower erupts beside a row of historic townhouses in marketing renderings of Enticy, a boutique condominium project to launch soon in Downtown Montreal. Poised to add 180 studio, one- and two-bedroom units to the corner of René-Lévesque and Mackay, Geiger Huot Architectes has designed the tower as a contemporary complement to its old neighbour.
The project by financial partner Claridge is informed by the minimalism of a modern boutique hotel. Its floor-to-ceiling glass windows ensure units are soaked in natural light, while giving residents unobstructed views of the skyline and Saint Lawrence River.
Enticy will come with a number of high-end amenities, including a heated rooftop pool and patio and fully-equipped gym. The goal, the developer says, is to provide residents with a boutique-style living environment while keeping condo fees lower than most surrounding projects.
"Enticy is a modern and upscale condo project providing living spaces and a solid investment, with a prime location in downtown Montreal," said Jean- François Beaulieu, President of Omnia Technologies, the builder of the project. "Whether for first-time buyers, investors, parents of students studying nearby, or professionals looking for a part-time place close to work in the city, Enticy offers exceptional value for money."
The sales launch for the development is scheduled for late March. Registration for the VIP list is available here.
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