The Saint M development elicits urban emotion at its very best. Immersed in a universe combining luxury, elegance and contemporary sobriety, Condo Saint M provides a “joie de vivre” that truly mirrors your taste. Located in the heart of Old Montreal, the Saint M living spaces are a tribute to the historical city that is now a vibrant tech metropolis. An ambitious development, Saint M offers an array of units designed to satisfy a diverse consumer base, from young professionals to seasoned investors who share a common desire for living spaces that evoke contemporary luxury.
Located close to Cité du Multi média and the World Trade Centre, Saint M’s pulse lies in the seductive charms of historical Montreal and the Old Port.
The original construction of 400 DOWD dates back to 1870 and it was the first building of industrial design be built in the parish of St. Patrick’s Basilica. This event marks the beginning of the transformation of the neighborhood in the center of the paper industry in Montreal, later known as the Paper Hill. Other buildings were added to the neighborhood as the Goliath Printing Building in 1890, the Unity Building in 1904, the Southam Printing Co. Building in 1908 and Wilson Paper Manufacturing Building in 1910. Given the importance of the effect of this transformation, the 400 DOWD is now listed as a historic building and is recognized as part of the architectural heritage.
Renamed the Unity District in 1999, the Paper Hill neighbourhood has become one of the most coveted downtown Montreal residential spaces. There are several housing properties very recognized as one Unity, Unity 2, Gillette Lofts, Wilson Lofts, and Southam Lofts.
The project Southam Lofts is the result of a concerted effort by a team of individuals who bring to the forefront all of their expertise in the areas of residential development, the faithful restoration of properties heritage, management, construction and urban design.
This seven-storey building is undeniably industrial because he has already served as “press.” Characterized by huge windows and divided by its rounded jambs, the building extends over a length of approximately 275 feet east from Saint-Alexandre Street, where the main entrance was located at the very beginning. Though the paper industry in Montreal was at the time, focused on the rue Saint-Alexandre in an area called Paper Hill, the front leading to the end of the hallway of the printing facility was conceptualized differently because of its usefulness for industrial purposes. This section is equally impressive because of the lower part made of stone blocks as well as the relief curled terracotta green. ’s most recognizable section of the Southam building and, by extension, the reason he became so famous, happens to be the office tower of 10 floors located on Bleury.
Facing Victoria Square and only a block from the famous McGill street, the residential condo-boutique tower presents an exclusive opportunity to find elegance, comfort, luxury and sleek design. Surrounded by the trendiest restaurants, boutiques and cafés, and just a few steps from Old Montreal and downtown, this residential project will be in the heart of the leading neighbourhood. Le Victoire will offer all-around breath-taking views. The original façade of the Gresham Insurance Company, dating from 1905, will be restored and enhance the historical value of the modern tower. Our residents will enjoy an abundance of natural light from their floor-to-ceiling windows or their private balconies. With ceilings between 11’ and 23’, 9’ high doors, italian-inspired kitchens and high-end finishes, Le Victoire distinguishes itself with vaulted volumes and a sophisticated offer. We have kept incomparable privacy for our residents, with only 50 residences over 25 floors. In addition, a prestigious european bistro will be housed in the former bank’s offices, offering a catering service for Le Victoire’s residents. Montreal Cuisine will manage the restaurant with its established experience – Hélèna, 400 coups, Bar&Boeuf, Racines, Osteria Venti.
Our homeowners have all been seduced by the unique features of Le Victoire, but mostly by the flexibility of the offer. While only 7 residences remain, you will find over 12 possible layouts to suit your desires. Our mission is to offer personalized service, with a sensible and human approach.