Condo | Longueuil

Sir Charles Condominiums

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Studio/loftfrom $280,600
1 bedroomfrom $377,500
2 bedroomsfrom $522,000
3 bedroomsfrom $701,400


  • Elevator
  • Indoor Parking
  • Metro
  • Pool
  • Gym
  • ACQ Warranty

Project status

  • registering now
  • currently building
  • move-in ready


Discover Sir Charles Condominiums in Longueuil, located in a sector with a completely reinvented vocation.

Located in the heart of the new downtown Longueuil, a few steps from the Longueuil-Université-de-Sherbrooke metro station, Sir Charles Condominiums offers the experience of exclusive central living, featuring shopping, restaurants, and cultural events close by.

This first of two residential towers stands 25 storeys high and provides quick access to Vieux-Longueuil, the surrounding nature, downtown Montreal, as well as Parc Jean-Drapeau and its many attractions. Located a few steps from Longueuil’s future cultural complex, this unique project is the perfect place for epicureans and active people alike!

Sir Charles Condominiums offers a selection of 366 high-end units, including studios, 1 to 3-bedroom condos, and penthouses that redefine comfort.

Inspired by the cozy setting of Brooklyn-style homes, Sir Charles Condominiums’ sumptuous common areas have been designed to exceed the expectations of an elite clientele in search of exclusivity.

  • Lounge
  • Gym with cardio
  • Complete indoor Nordic spa
  • Outdoor rooftop pool
  • A terrace with sun loungers, outdoor beds and a fully equipped BBQ area
  • Pergola
  • And so as not to miss the magnificent viewpoints of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and Eastern Townships, you can observe the breathtaking scenery through panoramic binoculars.

Now on sale.

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Sale office
1202, Saint-Charles st,, Longueuil 450-235-6718
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