As of mid-2012, Montreal's condo market is considered one of the most robust in North America.
Although there's almost never-ending talk in the media about too many condo units being added
each year, the experience of the last 10-15 years suggests that the probability
of a severe, Florida-style contraction is low. Montreal is not too prone to being a target
of speculators (partly because its condos' market values tend to grow slower than in other major
metro areas, such as New York, Toronto, or Vancouver). Thus, most people buy condos on the
island to live in (or, possibly, to rent out long-term), and not to flip within
months of buying as is often the case in bubble cities.
NOTE: since some buyers do buy condos in central Montreal as an investment,
it is quite common to find apartments for rent in condo buildings. Therefore, this
directory may also be of use to people looking to rent. The percentage of renters
varies significantly by building.
Condo buildings by borough:
↓ Ville Marie
↓ Plateau Mont-Royal
Condo Buildings in Ville Marie
In recent years the demand for downtown condos has been strong and
while many new buildings are currently (2012) under construction, in some upscale
neighbourhoods (e.g. Vieux Montréal), the supply is perpetually restricted. Since the
early 2000s, high-rise and mid-rise condos have risen in Centre-Ville (along/near Boulevard
Maisonneuve and Boulevard René-Lévesque), Griffintown, and in areas adjacent to the Village
and Vieux Montréal. Transit options in Ville-Marie are very good to excellent, and even though
most new condo buildings have underground parking, having a car is not a necessity.
- 315 rue du St-Sacrement
(315 rue du St-Sacrement, Vieux Montreal)
A historic building in the heart of Old Montreal.
- Au Village du Musée
(1455 rue Towers, Shaughnessy Village)
The building's design combines "vintage European style" with modern architecture.
- Cité Nouveau Monde
(62 rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Vieux Montreal)
A low-rise condo building.
- Europa Place d'Armes
(750 Côte de la Place-D'Armes, Quartier International)
A mixed-use development with retail stores, boutiques, restaurants and residential condominiums.
- Gillette Lofts
(1085 Saint-Alexandre, Quartier International)
An early 20th century low-rise condo building.
- Le 1200 Ouest
(1200 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest, Centre-Ville)
A modern high-rise concierge condo building offering a gym, a pool and a garage.
- Le 334 Notre-Dame
(334 rue Notre-Dame Est, Vieux Montreal)
A low-rise condo building.
- Le 825 René-Lévesque
(825 Boulevard René-Lévesque Est, Village)
A modern mid-rise condo building offering a pool and a garage.
- Le Concorde
(441 Avenue Du President Kennedy, Centre-Ville)
Loft-like condos in downtown Montreal
- Le Crystal de la Montagne
(1100 rue de la Montagne, Centre-Ville)
Mixed-use building: the floors 14 through 27 are condos, lower floors are a luxury hotel.
- Le Montmartre
(170 rue Sherbrooke Est, Quartier Latin)
A modern low-rise condo building offering a gym and a garage.
- Le Phénix Notre-Dame
(644-650 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Cité Multimédia)
A high-rise condo building. Some units are available for rent.
- Le Roc Fleuri
(2000-2040 rue Drummond, Centre-Ville)
A high-rise condo building offering laundry facilities.
- Le Solano
(847 rue de la Commune Est, Vieux Montreal)
Condos of different configurations from 678 to 3,165 sq ft. The buildings vary in height from 4 to 14 floors.
- Le Somo
(1100 rue Jeanne-Mance, Centre-Ville)
A modern low-rise condo building.
- L'Héritage du Vieux-Port
(1000 de la Commune Est, Vieux Montreal)
This building has a stucture made of concrete blocks and finished with brick cladding. At the top,
four 5-storey residences will have 7,500 square-feet and a private lan....
- Lofts des Arts
(10 rue Ontario Ouest, Quartier des Spectacles)
A converted loft building with a variety of layouts.
- Lofts sur Récollets
(415-419 Rue Des Récollets, Vieux Montreal)
6-storey loft building
- M9 Condos (Phase I)
(80 rue Prince, Cité Multimédia)
Modern condos averaging 1,100 sq ft. Total area of 75,000 sq ft. A combination of steel, glass and concrete, of form and function...
- McGill West (Phase I & II)
(630 rue William, Cité Multimédia)
Twin buildings with "mini-loft"-style apartments.
Phase II units range in size from
463 sq ft to 1018 sq ft. Many units are available for rent.
See all Ville Marie condo buildings in our database.
Condo Buildings in Plateau Mont Royal
Generally, this borough tends to approve only lower-height condo buildings (typically, under 6
stories), which may appeal to buyers searching for much-coveted "human scale" in their (future)
See all Plateau Mont Royal condo buildings in our database.
Condo Buildings in Sud-Ouest
Sud-Ouest is leading in terms of industrial conversions. Aficionados of loft living
should seriously consider buying in this borough.
Condo Buildings in Other Boroughs
Condo Buildings in Borough Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Condo Buildings in Rosemont-Petite Patrie
Condo Buildings in Mercier-Hochelagq Maisonneuve
P.S. The "new" icon indicates the building has been recently added to our
site, but it does not necessarily mean it's a recently constructed building.
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