This lovely 16th floor residence places you in the middle of the action and excitement of downtown Montreal. Located in Tour des Canadiens, a brand new 50-story residential building, you can experience the amazing food and exciting events without ever stepping foot outside. Exceptional building amenities coupled with direct access to RESO, Montreal’s expansive underground complex, make beating the cold winter weather a breeze. And in the summer, enjoy relaxing by the outdoor pool perched on the 10th floor, overlooking the bustling cosmopolitan city below.
While there is no denying that Montreal winters are chilly, visitors flock to this friendly Canadian city all year round to enjoy top music and entertainment festivals. The Montreal International Jazz Festival and Just for Laughs Comedy Festival are two of the largest festivals of their kind. Another outdoor hotspot is Place Jacques Cartier, a bustling, pedestrian-only square, that is lined with a mixture of restaurants, shops and historical landmarks. A must-visit location for a great meal and premiere people watching.
Services & Amenities
- Two Bedroom - 1,000 sq. ft.
- Outdoor pool
- Fitness center
- Children's playroom
- Exotic rain room spa
- Multiple in-building dining and shopping options
- Expanzive game room with billiards and game tables
- Connected to sports and entertainment arena, Bell Centre
- Wireless internet access
- Pre-arrival grocery service
The phenomenal 10th floor outdoor Rooftop Terrace is, both literally and figuratively, over the top. Perched in the sky, above the podium, the Terrace is the ultimate social spot with a pool, Miami-inspired cabanas and areas for sun tanning, grilling and alfresco dining. The highlight of the Rooftop is the giant projection wall, ideal for watching the big game, catching a movie or using it as the perfect backdrop to your favorite rooftop DJ booth.
Any time of the year you are sure to enjoy the dining options located in metro Montreal. Second to New York City, Montreal has the highest number of restaurants per capita in North America. From artistic and fancy to the inexpensive hidden gems, select from hundreds of menus from around the world, often with an added touch of France.