A pristine, fully renovated (modern style) condo on the 9th floor (out of 11) of the 1 McGill building, award winner in design and management.
With the red quartz centerpiece island with eight to ten sitting places and fully equipped kitchen, you can host and enjoy dining with your friends and family. Then move to the living room with a large wall-fixed plasma TV or the lounge to finish the evening.
With our unique custom-designed 3-wall ceramic shower with two rain drop shower heads, you and your partner can take showers at the same time! At the end of your working day, you can indulge in a whirlpool-style bathtub in the condo or the (rarely-used) sauna or gym on the 1st floor.
The full-height windows go from the floor to the ceiling and span the whole length of the condo, bringing a lot of light during the day and with a view of the skyscrapper-lit downtown in the evening.
Located on the corner of McGill Street and De la Commune Street, in Old Montreal, right in front of the park Promenade of the Old Port with its Bota Bota spa, the ice rink, cruises, the Science Museum, the Cirque du Soleil tent and the St. Lawrence River. Many restaurants, boutiques and activities along both McGill Street and the Old Port park are accessible by foot. The bike path reaches as far as both ends of the island of Montreal.
In the building: a gym with a view of the backyard, a rooftop terrace with tables and long chairs with the best panoramic view of the Old Port and downtown Montreal from where you can watch the fireworks over the illuminated Jacques-Cartier bridge.
Heated indoor garage with the possibility of installing a charging station for an electric car. Locker in the basement 3' X 8,5'. This 160-condo building is taken care of by an award-winning management team that includes 24/7 presence of a guard in the lobby.
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