First residents moving in next week
MONTREAL, Jan. 29 /CNW Telbec/ - The façade of 333 Sherbrooke East will
no longer be obscured by construction scaffolding as work on the second
residential tower is now completed and the tower has officially opened. The
first residents of Phase II will be moving in beginning next week. This second
phase, built at a cost of $35 million, brings the overall investment in this
project to more than $75 million. A third phase, consisting of 32 townhouse
units on the interior courtyard, will be completed this spring.
"We're delighted to be officially opening the second phase of 333
Sherbrooke East, a group of residences that is a reference for the luxury
condominium market in downtown Montreal. This project is notable for its
interior design, the quality of the construction and its unique location.
Nearly 60% of the units in the first two phases have been sold. The completion
of phase III this spring, which comprises townhouses and the public garden,
will add to the project's architectural identity and successfully complete the
marketing effort," said Nikola Miljevic, project manager for Decasult.
333 Sherbrooke Street East is a luxury condominium project that has been
designed to appeal to a clientele with an eye for quality and location. In the
heart of Montreal's sought-after Plateau neighbourhood, the development
consists of 113 units in Phase I, 62 units in Phase II and 32 townhouses that
face onto Carré St-Louis, a green oasis in this historical neighborhood. To
date, the project has attracted buyers from all over Europe, the United States
Some elements of the common areas will be completed over the next few
months, and the suspended pool will open this summer. The pool, which is
entirely supported by the structure of phase II, is located on the 10th floor
of the building and affords magnificent views of Montreal. One whole unit on
the ground floor was transformed into wine cellars for residents. Construction
of Phase II began in March 2007.
NOTE TO MEDIA:
It is possible to visit a model residence in Phase II of 333 Sherbrooke
Street East today, January 29, from 2 to 4 p.m. Photographers will also be
allowed access to the 10th floor for photos of the overall architecture.
For further information:
For further information: Sylvie Robitaille, (514) 843-2354