Le Novello

153 Accès Condos accredited condominiums in the heart of Saint-Léonard

Le Novello, whose construction was finalized in 2008, encompasses 153 condos ranging from studios to three bedroom units. The ten-storey building also has commercial spaces on the ground floor. Located on Jean-Talon Street, near Viau Street in the heart of the borough of Saint-Léonard, le Novello stands out for its contemporary architecture. A second phase was completed a year later.

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An ambitious project in an area coveted by Montréal families

Combining a variety of materials and textures and playing with contrasts, its architecture stands out in the environment of Jean-Talon Street. In particular, the red and grey brickwork that runs alongside the glass curtain wall gives the effect of piercing the corner of the building giving it a distinctive signature. The interiors, which include large areas and a significant ratio of two and three bedrooms units, 70% in total, were designed to meet the needs of families. There is an outdoor courtyard at the rear of the building and all units have a balcony, most of them loggia-style.

A flagship project for the revitalization of Jean-Talon Street in Saint-Léonard

Le Novello 1 is part of a project to revitalize Jean-Talon Street in the borough of Saint-Léonard. Projecting its momentum and dynamism from west to east is part of the borough’s strategy and Le Novello 1 was one of the triggers of this revival. Local merchants and organizations are in fact working in close cooperation with the Ville de Montréal and the borough to revitalize this part of the principal commercial artery in the area, not to mention the planned future extension of the blue métro line. Unquestionably, the co-owners of Le Novello 1 will have been the forerunners of this transformation!


  • Le Groupe Tyron450 628-6225

info@groupetyron.com https://www.groupetyron.com/


  • Atelier Chaloub Beaulieu Architectes514-847-1393

cb@ateliercba.com https://ateliercba.com/

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