About Habitat 67
wanted to offer a fragment of paradise for everyone.
Photo credit: Thimothy Hursley
Located in the Cité-du-Havre, a century-old artificial peninsula enlarged for Expo 67, Habitat 67 benefits from an incomparable geographical location: in front of the river, downtown and the Old Port of Montreal.
Its terraces offer an unparalleled panorama: city lights, the silhouette of the bridges, the beauty of the maples, oaks and poplars. Add to this idyllic atmosphere the gentle sound of the river and the famous Habitat 67 wave, the sea air and the sky as far as the eye can see. Located near St. Helen’s Island, Old Montreal and the Casino de Montreal, this hybrid of quiet and hectic living redefines the urban residential experience with panache.
Habitat 67 offers the opportunity to live at the city’s bustling speed, with its lively evenings and occasional fireworks, or at the peaceful pace of the countryside, surrounded by the waters of the great majestic river.
The characteristics of the Habitat 67 residences, whose structure is laid out on 12 floors, can be summarized as follows:
Habitat 67 is an incomparable complex thanks to its modernism and originality. Apartment prices are reasonable considering the housing market in Montreal, where prices are lower than in most other major North American cities.
In purchasing at Habitat 67, you become a Special Partner of a Limited Partnership. Therefore, the number of cubes purchased represents as many shares of the Limited Partnership and as many votes at the Annual General Meeting. The Special Partners Committee is composed of eight members, elected at the Annual General Meeting. Their mandate is to review the state and progress of the affairs of the Partnership.
The rental mandates are handled by real estate brokers, you can refer to the Centris website at centris.ca.
Habitat 67 residents were invited to appear on MaTV’s Mise-à-Jour Montréal to talk about the OCPM Bridge Bonaventure consultation.
Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), guided tours are suspended in 2020. UPDATE: guided tours are back in July 2021.
Habitat 67 and Tropiques Nord make a presentation at the Office de consultation publique de Montréal, as part of the consultation on the Bridge-Bonaventure sector.