Pentian Group set to deliver new projects in Lachine and Laval

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The Pentian Group, which has gained notice over the past two decades in the Greater Montreal and Laval areas for creating high-end condominium and town house units for purchase or rent at suitable prices, is presently promoting new projects in Lachine and Laval.

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The Pentian Group, which has gained notice over the past two decades in the Greater Montreal and Laval areas for creating high-end condominium and town house units for purchase or rent at suitable prices, is presently promoting new projects in Lachine and Laval.

Bordering the Lachine Canal and Lac Saint-Louis, the Gare du Canal sits on 52 acres of land. Pentian partner Tony Amato says that Phase One consists of 51 units and 50 per cent of those are already sold. Construction will commence this month, with the two-, three- and four-bedroom three-storey walk-up units slated for next spring. They will include one or two bathrooms, indoor parking, large private balconies, private rooftop terrace and ceramic showers.

“The train station is a three-minute walk and the entrance to Highway 20 is a 30-second drive,” said Amato. “There are shops, parks and a promenade along the Lachine Canal, so it’s a great location.”

The Bluville, at 260 rue Etienne Lavoie, consists of 21 high-end town houses off Highway 13 in the Ste-Dorothée district of Laval, with central air conditioning. Some units are ready for delivery within one month while others will be constructed by the spring. They will all have three bedrooms and one bathroom on the upper floor (master bathroom optional) and ultra modern linear style kitchens and double garages. The first level consists of an open area of more than 800 sq. ft. This large space offers a living room, a dining room and a communicating kitchen. The second level has a parental suite with a walk-in closet and an optional private bathroom with a separate shower. “Thanks to the proximity of Highway 13, you can be in Montreal in five minutes and downtown in less than 30,” Amato promises.

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