ESTWEST condo project’s cutting-edge common areas
More and more potential condo unit buyers and tenants are looking for a complete urban lifestyle. Long underestimated, common areas are now designed to offer their own experience. Millennials will be sure to appreciate the ESTWEST project’s understanding of this trend.
Living spaces focused on well-being and entertainment
Twice the size of a traditional lobby, the entrance hall evokes the ambiance of a local café, where people go to meet up, unwind and work on their laptop. This space leads into the 11,000-square-foot sports centre, Montréal’s largest sports facility set inside a condominium building, including a fully equipped gym, a spa area and a pool. Moreover, it features all-glass walls and overlooks Cabot Square. The entertainment centre is found on the 3rd floor, where residents can play pool with friends or watch the game on a giant screen. On the roof, terraces and gardens have been shrewdly blended into the project’s modern architecture, and offer an unobstructed view of the city.
A growing trend
“Real estate projects’ common areas are an increasingly important factor for potential buyers and tenants,” said Marco Fontaine, President of Premius Conseil and special real estate development consultant for the ESTWEST Condominiums project. “This major market trend meets the needs of Millennials looking for a turnkey, comprehensive lifestyle, as well as a home.” He also added that having access to a sports centre within one’s condo complex is much cheaper than joining a neighbourhood gym!
Much more than a condo and rental unit project, ESTWEST offers a unique living experience through cutting-edge, well-designed common areas. Convinced? Sign up today!