The Queen Alix is a prestigious project bringing intimacy and exclusivity in the life of its residents. Within its 25 units, you can find various types of residences: townhouses, lofts, condos and penthouses all going from 408 square to 2168 square feet.
Maître Carré was established in 2009 Today, 750 units later, the promoter learned to analyze the many intangibles that give space value. So before putting pen to paper, we work hard to define its spirit. Environment, community, good living and creativity are our raw materials.
Living at the Queen Alix is like living in peace and harmony while being in the heart of the busy city that Montreal is. The Jean-Talon Market and the many attractions there is to find in Little Italy and on the boulevard Saint-Laurent being in walking distance; the Queen Alix's proximity and easy access to neighbouring districts such as the Mile-End, Outremont, Plateau Mont-Royal are what makes the district of Marconi-Alexandra a real gem for today's families.
Lofts with direct access; Condos from one to three bedrooms with each their own little gallery; Townhouses with a private and green backyard Sumptuous penthouses with a mezzanine and beautiful open-air garden
Characteristics -1 parking space and 1 storage space -Building in cement structure with an elevator and garage -Private outdoor areas for each unit -Private storage space in the basement -Storage for bikes -In walking distance to the De Castelnau (blue line) and Jean-Talon (orange/blue lines) -In proximity to all services: grocery shops, drug stores, SAQ, banks, cafés and excellent restaurants. -In the heart of a vibrant neighbourhood: overflowing culinary and artistic scene, the campus of the Université de Montréal, the head office of many artificial intelligence companies, etc.
The project was initiated from a collaboration with the architecture firm Blouin-Tardif and l'Atelier Rhoncus Design, studio directed by Pascale Viglas, named as one of the top ten best Quebecer designers by the Index Design magazine.
The building will also have a small shop on the ground floor, participating in the life of the district and benefiting the development of its community.