Tour Des Canadiens Phase 3 In Downtown Montreal
Tour Des Canadiens Phase 3 is a new per-construction Condo project located next to the Bell Centre in downtown Montreal, Montreal’s first and only sports and entertainment condominium located at Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal and Mountain Street, and is named for the Montreal Canadiens hockey team. The development By Club De Hockey Canadien , Canderel Residential , Cadillac Fairview Corporation and Fonds de Solidarité FTQ. The Project Including condos units and Retail Shop, Directly connect to bell Centre. Near Concordia University, McGill University and Universite de Montreal. the project is not open to the public yet, please register for your platinum VIP access.
The third phase of Montreal’s most successful condominium development on St. Antoine across from the Bell Centre.
Tour des Canadiens 3 is the newest and most anticipated part of downtown Montreal’s $2 Billion Quad Windsor neighbourhood. With an above-ground connection to the subway and RESO network, TDC3 is just minutes from shopping, dining, and the cultural heart of Montreal. Featuring inspired and upscale amenities, and charged with the energy of the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. This is your chance to own in this Tour des Canadiens trilogy!
OWN A PIECE OF HOCKEY HISTORY
Once in a lifetime, there comes an opportunity to be part of a timeless legend, to take your rightful place in history. This is that moment. Introducing Tour des Canadiens 3– Montreal’s sports and entertainment condominium, located in the heart of the city at the Bell Centre – home of the Montreal Canadiens. This is where hockey lives in Montreal,where epic moments are enshrined forever.
Straddling the natural ridge between the mountain and the river, Tour des Canadiens 3 will be an unmistakable visual landmark. With its sleek and modern profile, the 50-storey tower will dominate the skyline with a dramatic architectural presence and panoramic 360° views. Raise your game with spectacular amenities and extraordinary suite interior finishes and spacious layouts including luxurious penthouses with oversized terraces. Live front row and centre at the home of your beloved Montreal Canadiens. Your home ice advantage includes unprecedented access to the the Montreal Canadiens, special perks and privileges at the Bell Centre and exclusive home services from Bell.
Tour des Canadiens Condos Successful Story
BE PART OF A LEGEND
The corner of rue de la Montagne and l’Avenue des Canadiens will be the new home of one of Montreal’s newest landmark. Tour des Canadiens will stand on a dramatic 10-storey elevated podium with a shimmering glass façade and a cutting edge, environment friendly green rooftop terrace. Within the podium will be an impressive Lobby where residents and visitors are welcomed and an entrance to Montreal’s hottest sports bar and restaurant, a multimedia entertainment destination designed to dazzle the senses. The podium will also include a phenomenal lightbox gallery featuring a celebration of Montreal and its unique lifestyle.
TDC3 SUPERB DOWNTOWN LOCATION
Home to hockey’s greatest franchise, the Montreal Canadiens, the Bell Centre is located in the heart of the city, surrounded by the best shopping, dining, galleries, boutiques and nightlife. Several highways and bridges converge on the Bell Centre, including Highways 10, 20, 40; Champlain, Victoria, Jacques-Cartier and Mercier bridges and the pont-tunnel Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine. _e Bell Centre and now Tour Des Canadiens has a direct connection to Montreal’s Underground City which means the Metro, VIA Rail, Eaton Centre, McGill and the entire city are at your finger-tips within minutes! The Underground City (officially RÉSO or La Ville Souterraine) is one of the world’s largest underground pedestrian networks. It has more than 30 km of passageways linking to transit, 1,600 boutiques, 200 restaurants. 34 cinemas as well as numerous hotels, museums, galleries and more – with direct access to the Bell Centre and your new home at Tour Des Canadiens!
A STRONG FOUNDATION OF STABILITY AND GROWTH IN MONTREAL
According to a report prepared by the Desjardins Group Economic Studies in spring of this year, the condominium markets in the three principal Census Metropolitan Areas (CMA’s) of Montreal, Quebec and Gatineau are strong and stable, showing a ratio of 8 to 10 sellers for every buyer. Demand continues to remain strong and the number of condos sold in May in the Montreal CMA actually was a historic peak for the month. As long as demand in Quebec remains steady and the number of existing condos up for sale keeps pace with demand, prices will continue to climb. Condos on the resale market also gained in demand, primarily at the expense of single-family homes, and to a lesser extent, semi-detached homes and townhouses. Last year, the ratio respectively reached one-third in the Montreal CMA and one half on the island. In Quebec, 25% of home sales were for condos compared with almost 15% in Gatineau. More than 20% of the property transactions in Quebec involved condos.
A TIGHT RENTAL CONDO MARKET IN MONTREAL
The ratio of condos for rent is a good indicator of the market situation. Rentals usually represent a strategy for investors who want to gain a foothold in the housing market. According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), relatively weak returns in other investments and a perception that condos provide a positive monthly cash flow are behind the huge popularity of condos as a sound investment. In the Montreal CMA, the share of condos available for rent (9.3%) is quite weak compared to Toronto (22.2%) and Vancouver (25.7%). the market in downtown Montreal and on Nuns’ Island is starkly different: more than 20% condos are rentals. In other areas of Montreal, it is below 10% and in Quebec, it is only 6.3%. the low vacancy rate, between 2% to 3%, indicates just how tight the rental market is in these CMA’s. In this context, new construction is unlikely to push this rental market into a surplus situation anytime soon. Despite strong construction in Montreal, the number of recently completed and unsold condos is relatively low. For the past 5 years, the number of unsold units (monthly average) has stood at 1,627 in the Montreal CMA, with close to 700 on the island itself, including 300 units downtown. _e rental market in Quebec is also strong, with only 2.3% of condos up for rent currently vacant. With the exception of the Basse-Ville area, the standing o_er in Quebec is very reasonable. A decline in prices for condos in Quebec CMA appears unlikely. _e existing market in Gatineau is experiencing a slight shortage, driving annual price increases of 5% to 10%. thus the situation in both these markets appears strong and price drops are unlikely.
Tour Des Canadiens Phase 3 has near prefect a Walk Score of 98 out of 100.This location is in the Ville-Marie neighborhood in Montréal. Nearby parks include Place du Canada, Square Dorchester and Parc Campbell-Centre.