Your building is made of light steel framing which consists of galvanized steel and concrete, the most resistant building materials in the Montreal residential home construction industry.
Distinctive luxurious brick façade and modern architectural finishes.
Outdoor spaces with ornamental railing and concrete, balconies and terraces with glass and stainless steel railings and outdoor lighting.
Alleys, corridors and all common spaces are safely lit with meticulous care.
Landscape and site courtyards were carefully designed by landscape architects to insure you enjoy a pleasant living environment.
You are also well protected from the elements, as the outer walls have an R-24 or greater insulation rating, the casement windows are made of double-paned, thermal glass panels and equipped with insect screening. The sliding patio doors are also double paned glass panels for maximum comfort all year long.
All backyard terraces and shared balconies include visual screen and dividers for maximum privacy.
You are perfectly safe and secure at all times.
Each dwelling is equipped with a smoke detector.
The fire alarm system is state-of-the-art and up to Canada National Building code and local previsions of City of Montreal construction code by-laws.
Steel and concrete construction offer maximum fire rating superseding conventional wood framing construction by far.
What better way to recharge your batteries, after shopping, than at one of the many LaSalle restaurants. Whether serving gourmet cuisine, Asian delights or Caribbean treats, whether a cosy Italian café or a fast-food counter, they're all just a few minutes drive away . Or how about a pint of beer at a sports bar or a little game of pool in the evening?
...without changing lines, and all the while relaxing with a good read. And if the weather is too nice to travel underground, get to your destination by bike, along the Lachine canal bicycle path, just two blocks from Quartier Angrignon, and revel in all the green and blue wonders of nature, right up to Old Montréal, without crossing practically any cars at all.
And don't forget about health walks with parc Angrignon at your feet…
Numerous bus lines meet at Angrignon metro station. They crisscross the whole southwestern part of the island, right up to Dorval train station, where the 495 Lachine/LaSalle express bus route ends. But if you absolutely must travel by car, the Angrignon ramp provides you with direct access to Autoroute 20, exactly halfway between downtown and Montréal-Trudeau airport.