Le Sherbrooke will bring 515 suites to the heart of Montréal’s Golden Square Mile as Broccolini launched its latest residential project on November 6.
Le Sherbrooke was designed by Neuf architect(e)s and is inspired by the Art Nouveau movement that was popular at the turn of the 20th century. It evokes both Montréal’s rich history as well as its reputation as a cosmopolitan forward-looking city.
“For us, this is an exceptional project that blends the historical character of a unique neighbourhood with a contemporary lifestyle and timeless luxury,” said Anthony Broccolini, COO of Broccolini. “Le Sherbrooke is a reflection of the vision we have for the City of Montréal and for Montrealers.”
At 25 storeys, Le Sherbrooke will offer suites, ranging from studios to penthouses, as well as a multitude of amenities (semi-Olympic indoor pool, sauna, virtual golf, etc.), all in a setting conceived by designer Andres Escobar.
“We want to pay homage to the unique heritage of the Golden Square Mile by creating an environment worthy of the illustrious residences of the neighbourhood,” added Broccolini. “We created an interior courtyard, complete with a magnificent sculpture, as well as a winter garden on the roof, an absolutely unique space that is a tribute to the conservatories of the 19th century estates.”
Delivery of the units is scheduled for 2025.