St. Dominique: Live the Story at the Doorstep of the Animated Neighbourhood

St. Dominique: Live the Story at the Doorstep of the Animated Neighbourhood

Located within a heritage building that was originally built in 1894 and in an area with equally stagnating heritage value, the St. Dominique complex offers a quiet and refined lifestyle in a rich and lively neighbourhood to those who dare to dream. The extraordinary complex is located on the corner of St. Laurent Boulevard and Sherbrooke Street with lofts, condos and penthouses starting at $199,000 to $600,000, which includes a large terrace. This location is for the modern classicist who appreciates the beautiful combination of history and city living. Getting to work is also never an issue as the complex is only minutes away from the Saint-Laurent and Sherbrooke Metro station.

The interior of the complex is an affirmative reflection of the ambiance in which the building works to offer. With various views available to the owners, the lofts, condo units and penthouses include contemporary materials in classic tones to further distinguish the modern classicist taste of luxurious living. To top off this notion of fine living, the St. Dominique is located within Montreal’s largest art scene which includes the international Jazz Festival and the Just for Laughs; some of Montreal’s signature events. Not enough entertainment? The area also holds the Cinéma Quartier Latin and several theatres and concert halls as well as numerous dining and café locations on the surrounding streets such as Saint-Laurent, Saint-Denis, Sherbrooke and Sainte-Catherine streets. Integrating classic charm with contemporary style, it is no wonder that this building is home for those who choose to live a modern life yet value old-fashioned standards.

From; DevMcGill

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