- 2 卧室
- 1 浴室
Beautifully renovated residence on one level, in sought after location at the top of the complex. Enjoy magnificent, unobstructed views of the city skyline & river, spacious open concept interior with abundant, all-day sun & high-end finishes, and fabulous double terrace accessible from every room. 24/hr security, tennis courts & stunning gardens.
- Karen Karpman
- 1,248 ft2 / 115.94 m2 - 生活空间
- 建成年份 1967
- 1 停车位
- $20,400 每年公寓收费
- $1 税项 市政 2016
- $1 税项 学校 2016
Habitat '67, designed by world renowned architect Moshe Safdie, is an icon of permanent modernity and a landmark known worldwide. 354 cubes form 146 residences nestled between earth and sky, city and river, form a truly enchanting sculpture of exciting interiors, links, walkways and suspended terraces, all designed to create a unmatched living experience.
Habitat '67 was designated a historical monument by the City of Montreal in 2007 and designated as a historical monument by the government of Quebec in 2009.
Monthly co-op fees include: municipal & school taxes, electricity, heating/air conditioning, 1 indoor parking space, 1 indoor locker, building insurance, capital investment fund, maintenance and repairs, 24-hour security.
Amenities of Habitat '67 include: tennis courts, bus shuttle downtown (6 days/week), convenience store within complex (7 days/week).
Breakdown of monthly fee ($1,700): operation $1,130, capital investment $480, 1 garage $90. Optional services: cable $43 and internet $38.
Habitat '67 is a partnership and the general partner will transfer title with charge to the buyer of the 1% of the purchase price.
Major renovations include:
1st cube (2006): -renovated kitchen -installed 'moritzo' marble floors in kitchen and entrance hall, and hardwood floors in living/dining room -ventilation system redone -picture window installed in living room affording magnificent view of the St. Lawrence River. -all doors replaced, including entrance and terrace -recessed lighting installed. -wooden baseboards and crown moldings added
2nd cube (2013/14) -completely stripped to the concrete and redone -new ventilation system -high-end insulation and soundproofing -wooden baseboards added -new tiles and marble in bathroom -lighting and wiring redone -separate thermostat (can be controlled separately from Habitat) -built-in closets/shelving in office/2nd bedroom (2006)