Last Wednesday September 27th, more than a hundred people took part at the official inauguration of the wonderful Sales Office of the Noca. Equipped with the most recent design features and technology, the NOCA Condo sales office, was also designed by Provencher_Roy architect firm and designer, Alain Desgagné, the same who designed the Noca project itself. Featuring a model-unit that depicts today’s latest trends - black kitchen, marble backsplash, minimalist functional bathroom, NOCA’s sales office proves to be the image it promotes; elegance and sleekness.
Already more than 45 % of the Phase I units are sold. With Engel & Völkers as the new sales team, who specialize in prestigious projects, they are more than likely to keep up with the pace. This partnership allows us to continue this tremendous momentum.
The official launch was also a fantastic occasion to unveil new plans. New buyers will have the chance to take advantage of special prices before the beginning of construction, planned for this coming winter.
Nord + Canal = NOCA
As pointed out, the NOCA project is already a landmark in Griffintown West. Located along the banks of the Lachine Canal, it will consist of three phases of eight floors, for a total of about 300 condominium units. With the 20th year anniversary in close sight, DevMcGill is proud to promote an environmentally savvy project with a distinct architectural flair, redefining the standard of living.
Street Artist Stikki Peaches Employs NOCA as his Canvas
With its distinctive use of concrete and its cosmopolitan and avant-garde feel, NOCA provides an ideal canvas for Stikki Peaches, a gifted up-and-coming Montreal street artist whose images already adorn various exteriors in Old Montreal and Griffintown. Preferring to remain anonymous, Stikki Peaches is now creating art for the shared spaces of NOCA Phase 3 — and members of the public can admire his piece Bella Bacall, (mixed media 72 x 72) at the new showroom.
Increasingly in demand on the international art fair circuit, Stikki Peaches has exhibited in Barcelona, Rome, Miami, Stockholm, San Francisco and elsewhere. Employing the tagline ‘What If Art Ruled the World,’ he draws upon a range of techniques, from collage and acrylic paint to silkscreen, to playfully riff on pop culture imagery. He was recently commissioned to create work for Nike’s stunning new headquarters in New York City.
“We’re honoured to be showcasing the talents of this gifted Montreal artist, and delighted to be offering our customers the opportunity to appreciate his unusual and beautiful work,” says Stéphane Côté, president de DevMcGill. “Stikki Peaches’ sensibility is a perfect fit for the architectural spirit of NOCA — sparse and contemporary, yet lively and refreshing.”
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