Ground broken for Symphonia POP Tower ın Montreal
Construction of Symphonia POP Tower continues.The Symphonia POP Tower is a $ 100 million project on the southern end of Nuns Island in the Montreal district. The project is expected to end in 2021.
65 percent of the 207 houses in the project were sold. The area is close to transportation facilities, such as the newly built Champlain Bridge and a REM light rail station. Designed by Provencher_Roy, there will be indoor and outdoor pools in the tower. The ceilings of the building will be 11 feet high.
Other amenities will include a sauna and steam bath, a meeting room with full kitchen available for all residents, a gymnasium open 24/7, a yoga room, games room, pool room and electric-vehicle charging stations.
“The project is a beacon for the renewal of the southern tip of Nuns’ Island,” said Kevin Robinson, general manager of Developpements Symphonia, in the statement. “The tower will become an emblem for the borough and even for the city of Montreal. With its bold design and avant garde look, Symphonia POP truly marks a turning point in the area’s modernization.”
“We’ve given the project an innovative, modern and bright character that stands out like a lighthouse in the middle of the neighbourhood,” added Roch Cayouette, architect and partner at Provencher_Roy.
Sevdenur Demir / realestatecoulisse.com
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