Over the years Rosemont-Angus transformed from a working-class district into one of Montreal’s leading up-and-coming neighbourhoods. Young professionals and families have scooped up properties in the area, creating newfound energy and dynamism. Today, we’re going to break down the top three reasons to live in Rosemont-Angus and why you should explore the TAK Village project.
Affordable Property Prices
During the last few months, several reports revealed Montreal is in the midst of a property boom. Investors from the Far East have set their sites on the French metropolis, buying a mix of luxury condos and houses in droves. Naturally, property values appreciated in the process, meaning many neighbourhoods are overpriced.
This is not the case in Rosemont-Angus, primarily because the area’s still relatively unknown compared to other boroughs like Griffintown and Le Plateau-Mont-Royal. Therefore, property values are still attainable, especially if we look at condo projects like TAK Village. Studio prices start at $159,398 +tx – which is a price to take advantage of now.
If you’re in love with Montreal’s culinary scene, then you’ll love Rosemont-Angus. We recommend trying LABARAKE Caserne à Manger on Rachel Street to dine on some oysters and cocktails inside an old fire station that features a stunning redbrick interior. The crowd is often eclectic and geared towards young professionals, and the menu is comprised of a Quebec-French bistro fusion.
If you’re in the mood for something more casual, there’s also a bakery nearby called Les Co’Pains d’abord that serves the best croissants in the city! They also have a great espresso bar, so head over on a Saturday morning and relax with a cappuccino and pastry in hand.
Proximity To The City
Another great benefit of living in Rosemont-Angus is the proximity to downtown Montreal. The nearest metro station is Préfontaine on the green line, and it’s only five stops away from the city centre. There are also several bus lines that transport residents to other neighbourhoods such as Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Le Plateau, and the Mile-Ex area.
An added advantage of living in Rosemont-Angus is the amount of green space nearby. There are more than a dozen parks in the area which provide a balance between nature and urban living. If you have young children, we recommend walking to Jean-Duceppe Park on Andre Laurendeau Street. During the summer months, this park is kid-friendly and features water jets and a sprawling playground.
If you’re a fan of jogging, head to Maisonneuve Park. It’s only a 20-minute walk away, and it features a great running path that’s open throughout most of the year. The TAK Village condos will feature a linear park, and 40% of the project will comprise of green spaces.
About The Project
Inspired by Scandinavian architecture, the TAK Village project fuses modern designs with the simplicity of nature. This residential development in Rosemont-Angus is the first of its kind in Montreal and aims to create a sense of community.
If you’re interested in purchasing a condo or townhouse, visit TAKvillage.com or give us a call at (514) 900-3434 for more information.
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