An enviable address in the chic city of Montreal; the home of luminaries, poets and dreamers finally offers a palace of possibility. Lovers of the Four Seasons name will be smitten to hear that the globally gorgeous brand has expertly curated a space of rare residencies in the sassy district down on Rue de la Montagne.
With only 18 regal residences on offer, competition is sure to be fierce – but those who place themselves in the way of greatness are sure to score a home that ensnares the heart. Not only will the rare 18 get exceptional spaces to call their own, but they can also enjoy full unrefined features of the adjoining Four Seasons hotel, impeccable concierge services, and the opportunity to bring in staff and a private chef for throwing those intellectual dinner parties that help make Montreal such a famed destination.
From lingering breakfasts at the restaurant to spa pampering to start your morning well, extravagant shopping right on your doorstep, and killer cocktails in the lobby – the art of living well has never been so perfectly captured.
The building exterior is a futuristic vision of gleaming glass, cubic structures, and sweeping patios – reflecting the feeling of a modern cocoon that doesn’t shy away from the fun and frivolity of city life.
Inside, the residences boast plenty of space – with units ranging from between 2,886 and 6,910 square feet. The endless scope of windows lets in that leafy Canadian light – creating an inspired feel especially when paired with soft palates of cream and grey and the highest quality furnishings and materials that money and imagination can buy. Of course, all finishes can be considered and finalized by the buyer – in a choice of color and European inspired finishes.
Sleek kitchens, marble clad bathrooms, and artistic lounge spaces; not a hair is out of place. It is clear that Sid Lee architecture knew exactly what they were doing when they marked this one on the map. Everything has been carefully considered; from the wooden flooring throughout to the radiant heat and marble floors to soothe wet feet in the bathroom.
Philip Hazan is the man behind the architectural prowess of the Four Seasons Residences. A Montreal based designer with a solid gold reputation for crafting warm inspiring spaces that echo the pleasures of super sophisticated modern living.
Over at the hotel and its Gilles & Bossier behind the scenes. The Parisian pair are famed for their work on other Four Seasons properties along with designing for Baccarat Hotels and the Mandarin Oriental.
The finishing touches are still being pieced together on the sublime Four Seasons Penthouse properties and residences will be open for business just as Montreal’s winter weather swoops in. More information is available from Sothebys.