Tour des Canadiens (TDC3) is the most anticipated condo project due to the success and demand of TDC1 and TDC2. While TDC3 will contain 576 units, and offer the same rights and privileges with the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens hockey club, let’s take a look at what made TDC1 and TDC2 special.
This tower is located in the center of Montreal alongside the Bell Centre (home of the Montreal Canadiens), and was Montreal’s first condominium project with a sports and entertainment theme.
TDC2 and TDC3 occupy similarly prestigious and privileged positions in proximity to the Bell Centre and all the best Montreal has to offer. TDC1 was completed in 2016 and stands at a dominating 50 storeys. It is known for its fantastic views, beautifully designed and finished interiors, and amazing penthouses with terraces.
Outfitted with two swimming pools (one indoor, and one outdoor) with lounging areas and fantastic views of Montreal, this tower is known for its Skylounge on the top floor which is a great place to grab dinner or have a drink, all while still enjoying crazy views of the city.
A Habs themed gym reinforces that Tour des Canadiens is gear towards hockey lovers near and far.
The last phase on the Tour des Canadiens development in the Quad Windsor neighbourhood, this might just be a case of “the best saved for last”.
It will include an above-ground connection to the subway and RESO network, be within walking distance of dining, shopping, and all the cultural best Montreal has to offer. With upscale design, finishes, and amenities, TDC3 is your last chance to own a piece of Montreal with a strong connection to the Bell Centre and the Montreal Canadiens.