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Launch of Lowney sur Ville Phase 4 in Griffintown

A new phase offering spectacular views of the city

This past Saturday, October 17th, we had the pleasure of welcoming our existing and future clients to the exclusive pre-sale launch of Phase 4 of Lowney sur Ville in Griffintown. More than 50 clients showed up, reserving 28% of the units for sale! 

This new phase totals 106 units spread over 20 floors, offering future owners an exceptional panoramic view of downtown and East Montreal. The project has the added benefit of a prime location in the heart of Griffintown. To the East is the always vibrant Old Montreal; to the South, the serenity of the Lachine Canal; and to the North you’ll find downtown Montreal, the business and commercial heart of the city. 

lowney's viewpoint in griffintown

With Phase 4 comes the much-awaited Urban Chalet. Located on the top floor, its spread over 2 floors and features large windows offering stunning panoramic views of Montreal. It’s the perfect spot for impromptu gatherings among neighbors, 5 @ 7’s after work, telecommuting or simply relaxing with a book. During the summer months, swimmers and sunbathers will enjoy a new rooftop terrace offering a whole different view of the city.

Lowney's 4 swimming pool in griffintown

This new building will be located on Ann Street, between Ottawa and Wellington. Units range in size from 294 to 836 square feet and are priced between $119 000 and $348 000 before tax.

Click here to check out the plans!


Lowney, it’s my world….for 11 years already

  • The sequel to the original Lowney. A pioneer in the redevelopment of Griffintown, today Lowney counts over 1400 condos sold and delivered.
  • An exceptional location between Ann, Shannon, and Ottawa Streets in Griffintown, Montreal.
  • Common areas that encourage interactions or relaxation will let you make the most of your living space. 

Come and meet with us at the sales office, Monday to Thursday from noon to 8:00pm and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5:00pm, at 990 Ottawa Street! 

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