THE LIVING SPACE
Located in the alluring International District on St. Alexandre Street, directly across from the historic St-Patrick’s Basilica. This 800 sq ft., furnished, 1-bed, 1-bath, loft-style condo perfectly combines modernity and sophistication with high ceilings and factory-sized windows. With a rooftop terrace, lounge and on-site gym, spending down-time at this address is made easy.
Raw materials and minimalist aesthetic give this condo a true urban atmosphere. The contemporary, Italian-style kitchen is streamlined and accentuated with stainless steel countertop and extractor hood, with built-in halogen stove-top and hidden, fitted fridge. The bathroom is equally modern and elegant with ceramic tiling and features spa fittings like a soaker bathtub and a stylish, glass walk-in rain-shower. This fully-furnished loft is comprised of a spacious and bright living room area with high ceilings, exposed brick and factory-sized fenestration, with views onto an interior courtyard and the colourful Palais des congrès. Free-standing, dark wood modular storage cabinets create a secluded, semi-closed, queen-sized bedroom area with hardwood floors throughout. With its sleek design and luxury finishes, this loft-style condo will appeal to any guest who appreciates robustness while maintaining a certain flair for finesse.
Built in 1911, this industrial heritage paper factory has been converted into luxurious residences. Located at 1061 Saint-Alexandre Street in the International District, the exterior has been completely restored to capture its original old-world charm including brickwork, lintels and sills. Modern and elegant interior, remarkable rooftop terrace and on-site gym add further cachet to this impressive building.
This particular address is located in a discreet neighborhood once known as Paper Hill, directly across from St-Patrick’s Basilica and Church Park. The city’s International District is strategically placed between the downtown core and the Old Port and it is here where Montreal’s major banks and trading centres can be found. The Palais des Congrès, Place Jean-Riopelle and Square Victoria in the area are worth investigating while immediate access to Place Ville Marie, Central Station and Old Montreal means boutique shopping and fine dining is never far away. Guests will also find close proximity to the Place des Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Quartier des Spectacles where Montreal comes alive with a variety of outdoor concerts and artistic installments. The International District remains one of the city’s most coveted addresses.