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On the Banks of the Lachine Canal in Griffintown, the Official Launch of Bassins du Havre’s Final Pier

Pier 4 offers large units with refined finishes and exceptional views of Montreal

Last Thursday, February 16th, teams from Rachel Julien and Prével welcomed more than 180 guests at the official launch of Bassins du Havre’s final pier.

During a festive 5@7 guests were able to tour the new model units and discover the different features in these 112 new units spread over 21 floors.

Discover the plans here

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Pier 4 features large units, top-of-the-line finishes and exceptional views of Montreal

Pier 4 of Bassins du Havre features large units, top-of-the-line finishes and exceptional views of the entire Montreal landscape. This final phase also offers 23 Signature Suites located on floors 16 to 21, waterfront townhomes with private terraces and a large choice of 3 to 4 bedroom condos.

Located on the banks of the Lachine Canal, residents will enjoy a peaceful environment surrounded by water and greenery. With buildings set on large water basins, dock-like terraces, water jets and numerous pools, this unique project provides an oasis in the heart of the action in Griffintown.

Pier 4 is:

  • The final phase of Bassins du Havre.

  • A water-front tower, at the corner of du Séminaire and Basin Streets.

  • 112 condos on 21 floors.

  • 23 Signature Suites on floors 16 to 21.

  • Townhomes on ground floor with dock-like terraces on the water.

  • Wide selection of 3 and 4 bedroom units.

  • Refined finishes and high-end appliances

  • Access to numerous common areas:

    • Boutique hotel-inspired lobby.

    • 21st floor urban chalet, including a private space available for reservation.

    • 6,000 ft2 fitness centre with indoor swimming pool and spa.

    • Rooftop terrace with swimming pool.

  • Project aiming for LEED Certification.

  • Units from 665 ft2 to 2,012 ft2.

Units to 2,012 ft2
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Refined finishes and high-end appliances

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