MONTREAL — Brivia Group has released more details including design drawings for its major mixed-use project planned for the Phillips Square district in downtown Montreal.
The first phase of three planned phases will include a 61-storey residential tower valued at $400 million, stated a May 30 release. The tower, to become the city’s tallest residential building, will include 789 residential units.
The total value of the project could reach $1 billion according to a statement. Plans are to build a hotel in subsequent phases. The site includes lands between Place Phillips and Saint Alexandre streets, in the block bordered by Sainte Catherine Street and Rene Levesque Boulevard. The site is currently used as a parking lot.
Brivia Group is planning to begin construction in 2020, with occupation of the first phase in 2024. The condominium units will start at $295,900.
Other recent major developments by Brivia Group are the YUL Condominiums and QuinzeCent.
The statement said potential clients for the first tower include professionals, active retirees looking to downsize, new Canadians and international buyers.
The phase one fact sheet indicates the tower will contain units in configurations of studios, one and two bedrooms, penthouses and super-penthouses with unit sizes ranging from 390 to 5,000 square feet. The super-penthouses on the 60th floor will start at 4,000 square feet.
Amenities will include a pool, spa, gym, yoga studio, lounge, juice bar and outdoor patio. There will be a total of 42,000 square feet of common areas and three floors of underground parking.