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Bienvenue à Cité Midtown, le nom dit tout un emplacement idéal entre la banlieue et le centre-ville de Montréal. La combinaison ultime d’un design sophistiqué et d’un emplacement central pratique niché sur une propriété LEED ND de 16 acres. Cité Midtown met en valeur tout ce que Montréal a à offrir aux jeunes familles, aux étudiants, aux couples et aux gens d’affaires.

Baladez-vous dans un parc, entrainez-vous dans la salle de sport dernier cri, prélassez-vous au bord de la piscine ou faites un saut en ville. Idéal pour un nouveau chez soi ou même pour un investissement immobilier. Avec son style résolument urbain, Cité Midtown redéfinit la vie de quartier.

 

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With major RoyalMount and Hippodrome development bringing thousands of new units at Namur and De la Savane métros, its time to get the west extension of the orange line to Bois-Franc and connect it with the REM, as those new people will be mobile and they market it as TOD development. West branch of orange line will see major upward usage. This needs to be done. Seriously. 

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On 2019-12-06 at 10:10 AM, Rocco said:

With major RoyalMount and Hippodrome development bringing thousands of new units at Namur and De la Savane métros, its time to get the west extension of the orange line to Bois-Franc and connect it with the REM, as those new people will be mobile and they market it as TOD development. West branch of orange line will see major upward usage. This needs to be done. Seriously. 

Especially since there merely a km of tunnel missing, past the metro trains' Côte-Vertu underground garage presently being built!

Go! (Same with the REM's extension to Gare Dorval, IMO!)

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On 2019-12-06 at 9:59 AM, saren_p said:

I cancelled my Midtown town house purchase and decided to purchase a bigger (albeit an old) house instead, wanted my own front-yard and detached home finally. What's funny is I'm now literally the backdoor to this project, my kitchen window faces the development and the acre's of space they're digging up for Midtown.

I'll say this, work is advancing very, very fast. Happy to see the area getting some new development, hopefully the older near-by streets see a face-lift soon.

Excited to see how Midtown and Royalmount will impact the house pricing of this sector, wonder if it'll be for good or worse. We saw what Carrefour Laval did to its surroundings, that area skyrocketed but there were so many other factors at play there, not really the same.

Thoughts?

I believe that prices will rise in the area but as you said there are many factors to consider. Home prices are rising all across the city so it's hard to pinpoint the impact in a specific area. 

Seeing as you have such a great view of Midtown development you will need to post lots of pics for us! 👍

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20 hours ago, go_habs_go said:

I believe that prices will rise in the area but as you said there are many factors to consider. Home prices are rising all across the city so it's hard to pinpoint the impact in a specific area. 

Seeing as you have such a great view of Midtown development you will need to post lots of pics for us! 👍

Ha, will do next week :)

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On 2019-12-17 at 11:13 AM, saren_p said:

Ha, will do next week :)

Have you taken any pics, by any chance? 📷 😆

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1 hour ago, budgebandit said:

This is Westbury, not Cite Midtown :P 

Thank you! I will repost it to the right thread.

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Hi there,

You think that the price for phase 3 will be better due to the covid situation ? It's better to wait or no ?

You think that RoyalMount project will increase the price of the condo ?

Thanks guys

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