Montreal developers Brivia Group and Tianqing Group have kicked off construction of the QuinzeCent condominium project. The partners attended a ground-breaking ceremony on March 21 to mark the start of the 36-floor project, which will take shape in the city’s core at 1500 René-Lévesque Boulevard West.
“Brivia Group is executing its fourth major project in downtown Montréal in less than five years and helping to develop an area that has long been neglected by the real estate sector,” said Kheng Ly, President and CEO of Brivia Group, adding, “Located between the river and mountain, the iconic glass tower will offer an exceptional lifestyle.”
The QuinzeCent is designed by Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux architectes, the firm behind numerous global projects and Montreal’s YUL Condominiums. When complete, the building will offer 428 units of various configurations (micro condos, penthouses, 1 to 3 bedrooms), an indoor pool, fitness centre, a sauna, outdoor amenities, a movie-watching space, and a lounge area with kitchen for private functions. It will also make a solid first impression with a spacious, all-glass lobby and several commercial outlets on the lower floors.
Han Qing, President of Gansu Tianqing Group Real Estate Co. says the QuinzeCent’s location will also be a draw for condo-buyers, adding, “The QuinzeCent is a unique project located close to two major universities, has great market appeal, and will certainly attract interest, especially from international students.”
To date, 50 per cent of the QuinzeCent’s units have been sold. Its doors are slated to open in 2022.