Video Recap of our Meet Your Neighbor Event

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What an amazing evening! We had the pleasure to meet with new condo owners of Le Bourbon, on Wednesday October 25th. Over fifty people attended our Meet Your Neighbor Event at our sales office located on 1119 Sainte-Catherine St. East, in Montreal.

This evening was organized by our real estate developer MTL Développement, as a token of appreciation to all our clients. We consider you as our partners and we thank you for your trust.

It was also an opportunity to celebrate the construction of all underground stories. We’re now much more advanced and on schedule!

Here is the video recap that we filmed during the event.


*All claims made on this website are subject to change, and depend on the season, location and other factors.

See Pictures of Last Week’s Fête de Quartier

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The Village has plenty of activities for everyone, whether it’s families, groups of friends or friendly neighbors.

On Tuesday August 13th, Le Bourbon was one of the proud sponsors of the 8th annual Fête de quartier at the Charles-S.-Campbell Park. It was a beautiful sunny day, with corn and BBQ, animation for all ages, inflatable games, petanque, music and circus acts.

It was a free and ecofriendly event.

The Charles-S.-Campbell Park is situated just behind the Bourbon’s construction site, between Champlain and Alexandre-DeSève streets. It’s a peaceful haven, a natural environment where you can breathe fresh air in the heart of the Village.

Charles Sandwith Campbell was a wealthy patron of the arts, and his fortune has helped build parks just like this one. His inheritance has also financed free music shows in Montreal’s parks since the 1920s.

Here are a few pictures of the Fête de quartier.



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5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in the Gay Village

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The Gay Village is a vibrant neighborhood in downtown Montréal. It’s surrounded by some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Lafontaine Park and Jacques-Cartier Bridge.

Formerly a working class neighborhood, it progressively became the home of the gay community since the 1970s, attracting residents and businesses alike. A series of highly visible public art projects have given the Village its unique visual signature and artistic feel.  As a result, the Village has undergone an impressive transformation, making it an attractive investment opportunity. Le Bourbon is one of the area’s most prestigious and visible large-scale residential projects, which is sure to provide great return on investment as the area keeps becoming more desirable for people from all walks of life. Here are five reasons why it’s a great time to invest in the Gay Village.

Reason #1: Downtown Montréal is Canada’s Hottest Neighborhood for Investing in Real Estate

Montréal’s real estate market is reaching historical levels. The amount of available units for sale has diminished for the 45th consecutive month. With demand skyrocketing, there are 11% less units available in downtown Montréal over the past year, even though there are new constructions to supply the demand. In the last quarter, condo sales have gone up by 2% in the Island of Montréal and 8% in Ville-Marie. The median price of condominiums has risen by 10% in Ville-Marie, and 8% on the Island of Montréal. Ten years ago, there wasn’t much going on in Griffintown and the Peel Basin. Now it’s one of Canada’s fastest growing areas. The Village’s proximity to the downtown core combined with its famous nightlife and restaurant scene make it a highly attractive opportunity for those who like to invest in their own lifestyle.

Reason #2: The Burgeoning Nightlife & Restaurant Scene

From Bouillon Bilk to Le Mousso, Complexe Sky and the legendary Stereo Bar, The Gay Village and surrounding areas are the home to some of Montréal’s most trendy and renowned restaurants, bars and nightclubs. As the neighborhood grows, new spots are set to keep making it a must for locals and tourists alike. Le Bourbon’s future residents will be able to walk to all of these places, as well as Le Quartier Latin and Chinatown.

Reason #3: Residents Will Soon Have Better Access to the St-Lawrence River

Molson-Coors, North America’s oldest brewery, shut its doors and moved its operations to Longueuil. Its site will be transformed to include proximity businesses and green spaces, aligned with a vision that is “inclusive and innovative for Montrealers”.

The City of Montréal recently announced public consultations to improve the access to the St-Lawrence River, under the Jacques-Cartier bridge. The Village Au-Pied-du-Courant is an example of how creative minds have created memorable experiences for everyone. It’s now become one of the prime locations to enjoy the fireworks in the summer.

Just like Griffintown, the Centre-Sud used to rely heavily on industry. However, its proximity to downtown and the old port, and the presence of high-value investments have made it a hub for fresh ideas.

Reason #4: The New Maison Radio-Canada is Set to Open in a Few Months

Radio-Canada, the CBC’s French language television and radio service, will be replacing its current center of operations by a brand new media center, dubbed the Maison Radio-Canada. It will be accessible to the public by early 2020. Le Bourbon residents will be able to walk there in less than 10 minutes. Get a sneak peek at the exciting project here.

Reason #5: The Beaudry Metro Station Will Be Totally Revamped by Spring 2020

Inaugurated in 1966, Beaudry is one of Montréal’s most iconic metro stations. It’s also the only one with a long-running escalator with a stunning view. Its rainbow colored masts pay tribute to the diverse community in the Gay Village. Metro users may have noticed that lately, trains have been skipping it between Berri-UQAM and Papineau stations due to renovation. This past June, the station was reopened to the public. Though the renovation work is still underway, it will be completed by March 2020.

An Ideal Location for a Long-Term Investment

Condominium buyers are interested in having a great living space to call their own, but location a key factor that can make an investment worth while. The Gay Village is already an awesome neighborhood, and it’s only going to get better for the Centre-Sud sector, in the eastern part of the Ville-Marie borough. With a series of high-value projects near the Saint-Lawrence river as well as the renovated metro station and active food scene and nightlife, the Village is becoming one of Montréal’s real estate hot spots. Le Bourbon is in a prime location in the Village, and will become one of its most recognizable buildings. Benefit from our preferential construction pricing and invest in a project that has the potential to generate phenomenal growth.

*All claims made on this website are subject to change, and depend on the season, location and other factors.

Le Bourbon Sponsors David Farsi’s Mural at the MTL en Arts Festival

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Le Bourbon Condos is a proud sponsor of David Farsi’s “Bleu Ciel”, the flagship activity of the MTL en Arts festival, created with the help of the public, from June 26th to July 1st 2019. An internationally renowned artist, Farsi lives and works in the Village, creating a fantastic world which makes viewers dream and project themselves into intangible spaces.

For six days, local residents and international tourists alike were able to take part in the 80-foot long progressive mural, reiterating the role of art as a meeting point rather than a process that occurs behind closed doors. 


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“The event lets me meet people and have fun. I’m also given a large outdoor workshop, an 80-foot canvas in a different environment,” he said in a recent interview with Baron Mag.

Festival-goers also admired a hundred miniature paintings representing the visual artist’s creativity, which evoke hints of surrealism akin to the likes of Salvador Dalí. Farsi’s naive drawing, in his strong and very personal style, showcases colours and materials, offering an original perspective to viewers.

Formally trained in applied arts and crafts at the Boulle school in Paris, David Farsi has a sensitivity for quality of materials. Some of his more known works include Les Glaces, a temporary installation in Bernard Street in Outremont in 2016, and La comédie du monde, ombres et lumières at the TOHU in 2018.

A Living Cultural Hub

This collaborative creation is now part of the Village’s landscape, just beside the construction site of Le Bourbon, which is due to be completed by Spring 2020.

This 20th edition of the public art festival was held on Sainte-Catherine street, between St-Hubert and Champlain. MTL en Art is part of Aires Libres, the cultural pedestrianization of over one kilometer in the commercial artery, a joint initiative from the Commercial Development Corporation of the Village and the Ville-Marie Borough. 

The Village is a very culturally active neighborhood, and a fertile ground for creation and interaction with the public. Le Bourbon is proud to promote arts in its community, as this cultural wealth will be a part of its future residents’ environment. The nine-story luxury condo building is located on the pedestrian sector of the commercial artery and at the heart of the outdoor festivals that breathe life into the area all summer long.

Four parts of this unique creation were sold to collectors, and a part of the proceeds were donated to Opération Enfant Soleil to promote quality pediatrics for all children in Quebec.

This project was made possible thanks to our support, in collaboration with our developer MTL Développement.

*All claims made on this website are subject to change, and depend on the season, location and other factors.