MONTREAL — Developpements Symphonia held an official groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of work on the $65-million Symphonia SOL project on the southern tip of Montreal’s Nuns’ Island on Sept. 10.
The residence will have 94 units in 12 floors. The units will be configured in one to three bedrooms ranging in size from 700 square feet to 2,100 square feet, with three-floor penthouses also available.
Amenities include two outdoor swimming pools, cabanas and trails. The building was designed in an elongated parallelogram shape with south-facing orientation to allow maximum exposure to the sun, stated a release.
Delivery is targeted for the spring of 2022.
“We are proud to invest once again in the southern tip of Nuns’ Island. Living at Symphonia SOL means being in a resort environment, away from the city, as if you were on vacation every day. The units will be built to very high standards and the environment in which they are located offers a superior quality of life to residents, who will enjoy a modern living environment close to green spaces,” said Kevin Robinson, general manager of Developpements Symphonia, in the statement.