CONDOS FOR RENT
AVAILABLE SUMMER 2018
(2 -3 BEDROOM CONDOS)
2 bedroom units (garage included) with a wide terrace starting at:
318 000$ +tx
3 bedroom units (garage included) with a wide terrace starting at:
326 900$ +tx
The unique Highlands project is located at 9630, William-Fleming street, at the point of LaSalle West, between the Lachine canal and the St-Lawrence river.
Reserve your private sanctuary today, adorned with green spaces and bordered by a forest of mature trees. Live in harmony with the essence of nature and benefit from a direct access to a park, soccer field and tennis courts. Your spacious and cozy home nestled within an enchanting environment surrounded by majestic trees, hidden from sight, in a peaceful neighbourhood where the living is easy. Green landscape, luxurious vegetation, an abundance of fresh air, conveniently located close to downtown.
Take in the calmness of the area with a pleasant stroll through the peaceful streets, or enjoy a nice bike ride along the canal. This new construction domain hidden by century-old trees is impressive. Superb landscaping can be found throughout the project and private gardening spaces are available to residents. The beautiful contemporary architecture and the numerous visitor parking spaces around the project will surely please its new residents. As its name describes, the project is built on raised land, allowing for breathtaking views of the city skyline, Mount Royal and the St-Lawrence River. The project is designed to appeal as much to young professionals, small or large families, the retired or semi-retired, and nature-lovers alike.
Discover Highlands LaSalle, a prestigious multi-generational residential project offering superb and spacious units harmoniously surrounded by nature. Strategically situated within 15 minutes from downtown, a two-minute walk to the LaSalle train station, the Lachine Marina, and the Lachine canal and its bike path. Live on the island of Montreal, with all of its intimacy and suburb-like serenity, at an accessible price point!