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Official Launch of Lowney Sur Ville!


Following the successful launch of a new phase of the Bassins du Havre project several weeks ago, the time has come for Lowney to introduce a new and exciting project, Lowney Sur Ville! Totalling over 500 units, this new project will be comprised of 4 buildings, including two 20-storey towers as well as two with a height of 8 storeys. The distinctiveness of Lowney Sur Ville is displayed not only by the height and stature of the towers, but by the innovative architecture and design. The presence of large windows creates an abundance of natural light, which is further accentuated by the long balcony/terraces that accompany most units in the project. Following in the footsteps of the original Lowney, residents of Lowney Sur Ville can take advantage of a wide array of common areas, such as: rooftop terraces with swimming pools, relaxation areas, BBQs and an indoor urban chalet with spectacular views. As well, sporting and spa enthusiasts will be more than pleased with the indoor common areas, which include a large sports center with a fully-equipped gym, training/yoga room, spa, sauna, steam-room, thermal bath and indoor swimming pool! Lowney Sur Ville, Phase 1:

  • 20-storey tower located on the corner of Ottawa and Shannon streets
  • 176 urban condos
  • Units with 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, as well as studios
  • Unit sizes range from 339 to 899 sq. ft.
  • Prices go from $125 000 up to $350 000 (before taxes)
  • An indoor parking spaces costs $33 000 (before taxes)
  • Condos fees will be $0.255/sq. ft.
  • Estimated delivery date: Summer/Fall 2014

To take a look at the plans, please click here. The sales office is located at 980 Notre-Dame West, and is open Monday to Thursday from 4:00PM to 9:00PM and Saturdays & Sundays from 12:00PM to 5:00PM. [email protected] 514-868-1555

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