Prével has unveiled the third phase of its 21e arrondissement development in Montreal. This new phase, comprised of townhomes and condos, completes the western half of the project.
Located at the corners of Saint Paul W., St-Henri and William Streets, 21e arrondissement sits between Old Montreal, featuring shops, restaurants and boutiques, and Griffintown, a vibrant neighbourhood that is bordered to the south by the Lachine Canal.
21e arrondissement’s amenity spaces include a Grand Salon and Winter Garden, which offer year-round indoor relaxation; a 4,400 square-foot fitness centre featuring exercise machines, an indoor swimming pool and spa; rooftop terraces with views of the city, some of which feature swimming pools and barbeque areas; and a rooftop urban agriculture space, which aims to appeal to local organic farmers who wish to cultivate produce there to distribute it to residents. At the heart of the project sits a local neighbourhood square featuring terraces, shops, a café and restaurants.
The third phase of 21e arrondissement features 101 units on nine storeys, configured into townhomes, one- and two-bedroom condominium units and studios with refined finishes. Unit sizes range from 306 to 1150 square feet.