Phase 3 under construction
Delivery for spring 2017
Le Canal is a visionary residential condo project located on the shores of the Lachine Canal in historic Griffintown. It creates an oasis of calm that is just minutes from the heart of downtown.
The architects of Atelier Chaloub et Beaulieu have created a resolutely forward-looking development while incorporating its historic heritage through the the use of materials such as masonry and brick that blends in perfectly with its natural surroundings.
Landscaping holds a place of pride at Le Canal. Fully 47% of the site's surface area is devoted to landscaped grounds, and the development is flanked on two sides by federally-protected parkland, meaning that Le Canal's hallmark views and unique character will never be adulterated.
Built along the shores of the Lachine Canal in Montreal, an important waterway since 1825, Le Canal evokes its historical origins and still creates a clean, contemporary design.
Although the bright lights of the big city are mere minutes away, many people are looking for residences with an eye on a greener future. To achieve this, our architects have spared no effort in creating a state-of-the-art complex.
An extraordinary amount of thought and expense has gone into creating a complex where residents can easily escape from buzz and bustle of the busy lives they lead.
In addition to its extraordinary landscape arrangements, richness of greens spaces, walkways and a common courtyard, Le Canal offers a high-end fitness center.
One of the oldest parts of the city has revitalized itself and become one of the most vibrant and exciting neighbourhoods in Montréal. Griffintown, or “The Griff” as it is affectionately referred to, was originally populated by Irish immigrants who contributed enormously to the construction of the Lachine Canal. Over the years, it has spawned figures of importance on the Canadian and international landscape, including Thomas D’Arcy McGee, William Dow, brewer of one of Canada’s most iconic brands of beer, and Oscar Peterson, the world-renowned jazz pianist.
50 Rue des Seigneurs,
Montréal, Québec, H3J 1X4
Monday to Wednesday: noon to 8pm
Thursday to Sunday: noon to 5pm