MONTREAL — Quebec developer Lachance Immobilier and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ recently inaugurated 16 Place du commerce, a rental residence converted from an office building built in 1992.
The 142-unit building, which includes 6,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor, is located on Ile-des-Soeurs near the Ile-des-Soeurs REM light rail station. Occupancy will begin in February.
The project offers views of downtown Montreal and the St. Lawrence River, with high ceilings and large windows to maximize natural light, stated a release. The units feature loggia balconies and six appliances and optional indoor and outdoor parking is available. The balconies were integrated from the inside, allowing for an optimal intake of natural light.
“16 Place du commerce on Ile-des-Soeurs is a well-thought-out conversion into modern apartments while remaining mindful of the surrounding landscape. The building’s exterior has retained its original appearance but you see the modern transformation as soon as you walk into the grand lobby,” stated Lachance president Claude Lachance in the release.
“Having developed several projects on Ile-des-Soeurs, I’m honoured to open the doors to this new residential building on the island.”
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