Designed by Page+Steele, L’Avenue is slated to be the tallest residential tower in Montreal with 50 storeys and composed of three
sculpted rectilinear volumes offering stunning architecture and one of a kind city views. Amenities will include a dramatic two-storey
lobby with 24-hour concierge; a New York Style amenity floor with a 90’ long by 14’ wide indoor/outdoor pool, sauna and steam
rooms, private bathroom, screening room, exercise room, outdoor terrace and party room with enclosed kitchen.
Suites will include 9’ ceiling heights and engineered hardwood flooring. Gourmet kitchens will feature engineered stone countertops,
contemporary euro-style kitchen cabinets, integrated European appliances, stainless steel stove and microwave. Luxurious
bathrooms will include ceramic flooring, designer-styled light fixtures, engineered stone countertops and ceramic tile to tub and
shower surrounds. Front-loading stacked washer and dryer.
In 2013, the concept of condominium towers in downtown Montreal reach a new high. And for good reason, since there Brocollini begin construction of the highest residential building AVENUE, which will be 175 meters in height, reach an area of 450,000 square feet and will house 350 apartments spread over 50 floors. The first seven levels, which will be developed in a basilar include shops, restaurants and possibly a hotel.
Building AVENUE, which will take several years, in all respects meet the expectations of elected officials of the city, including the mayor Gérald Tremblay, who wants to densify the Montreal population by tall buildings, mixed. Anthony Brocollini, senior director of the company, in turn making this an iconic symbol of Montreal recognizable for miles around.
Inspired by New York
This erect skyscrapers west tower 1250 René-Lévesque Blvd. It will consist of three rectilinear volumes sculpted. "If AVENUE had included flat facades, views halfway up were obstructed by the tower," says Kazerouni. To avoid this scenario, the approach was to model three segments joined to each other to allow views to the south and north of Montreal, where will be seen, among others, the St. Lawrence River and Mount Royal .
AVENUE took his inspiration from New York, where traditional contemporary towers tapering upwards, ending in a point, creating unique and recognizable silhouettes. The building is harmoniously amalgamate at 1250 René-Lévesque Blvd West, whose western façade is largely made up of stones, while that of AVENUE include glass, which should create an "architectural dialogue" interesting designers Building did not want to make a particular design ephemeral, but rather forms and a look that will age well.
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