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Emplacement: 1471 René-Lévesque ouest
Hauteur en étages: 24
Hauteur en mètres: 
Coût du projet: 
Promoteur: Claridge
Architecte: Geiger Huot
Entrepreneur général: Omnia
Début de construction: 
Fin de construction: 
Site internet: https://www.enticycondos.com/
Lien webcam: 
Autres images: 
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Rumeurs: 
Autres informations: 183 logements, 4 niveaux de stationnement

 

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Mais le verbe entice (to lead on by exciting  hope or desire ) existe et a peut-être servi à créer le mot enticy (si je suis ton raisonnement). Au final, le marketing payé cher n’a pas respecté le gén

Le bâtiment se trouve dans la partie ouest du centre-ville en face de la rue Mackay tout près de la rue Bishop, de la rue Crescent et de l'université Concordia avec ses milliers d'étudiants anglophone

Images tirées de leur site web ce matin. On voit une forme plus asymétrique. Bien que j'aurais préféré 10-20 étages de plus, j'adore ce projet! 

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