ENTICY Condo in Montreal

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ENTICY Condo in Montreal

Mixed-Use Luxury, Real Estate Development in Quebec, Canada – design by Claridge-Omnia Technologies-Geiger Huot

6 Feb 2019

ENTICY Condo

Architects: Claridge-Omnia Technologies-Geiger Huot

Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

ENTICY, a new boutique condo project in downtown Montreal

Enticy is a boutique condo project coming soon to downtown Montreal, at the corner of René-Lévesque and Mackay. This unique 24-story project combines old and new, with a contemporary design built around a façade of historical townhouses. The team behind the real estate project includes financial partner Claridge, builders Omnia Technologies, and architects Geiger Huot.

ENTICY Condo in Montreal

Enticy is set in a prime location in the heart of the city, in a dynamic and diverse neighbourhood that is rich in history and immersed in local culture. The project is strategically located just five-minutes walk from Concordia University, and a short 15-minute walk from McGill University. It is also easily accessible by public transit, within walking distance of central subway and train stations. Nearby services and attractions include shops, restaurants, cafés, museums, movie theatres, the Bell Centre and more.

ENTICY Condo in Montreal

Inspired by the modern and minimalist style of a boutique hotel, Enticy condos are bathed in natural light, boasting spectacular views of the Montreal skyline and Saint-Lawrence River. This project is focused on the essential, featuring the services and amenities that matter with zero compromise on quality, comfort and style.

ENTICY Condo in Montreal

Just some of the project’s high-end amenities include a heated rooftop pool and patio, a fully equipped gym, and five quality appliances included in every unit. The goal is to provide residents with a boutique-style living environment, with condo fees lower than most surrounding projects. Enticy includes 185 condo units (studio, one bedroom and two bedrooms) and townhouses located on the ground floor.

ENTICY Condo in Montreal

“Enticy is a modern and upscale condo project providing living spaces and a solid investment, with a prime location in downtown Montreal. Whether for first-time buyers, investors, parents of students studying nearby, or professionals looking for a part-time place close to work in the city, Enticy offers exceptional value for money,” says Jean- François Beaulieu, President of Omnia Technologies.

ENTICY Condo in Montreal

ENTICY Condo, Montréal – Building Information

Design: Claridge-Omnia Technologies-Geiger Huot

Photographer: Enticy

Enticy will be holding its official launch event at the end of March 2019. Join the VIP list to receive an invitation by clicking here.

Sales Space:
Address: 1230 rue Mackay, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 2H4, Canada
Email: info@enticycondos.com

Enticy

Opening Hours:
Monday to Thursday: 12pm to 7pm
Friday: by appointment only
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm to 5pm

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Location:1230 rue Mackay, Montreal, Canada




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