1 Square Phillips

Montreal’s most high-profile residential project: 1 Square Phillips. The tallest residential tower in the city of Montréal, Canada will be located in the heart of the historical Phillips Square. The project will change the Montréal skyline by its splendid architectural design across three phases, the first of which will rise at 61 storeys. Offering 498 residential units, this vast project will revitalize this sector of downtown Montréal by contributing to the growth of neighbouring businesses and the re-development of Ste-Catherine street.

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    Key Information

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    Project Location
    539 Sainte-Catherine St W
    Montreal, QC H3B 3C9

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    Sales Status
    Now Selling
    Brivia Group
    Number of Homes
    498 Units
    Landscape Architect
    Claude Cormier
    Menkès Shooner Dagenais Letourneux Architectes
    Interior Design
    MSDL & Alain Desgagnés of Innédesign


    For over 20 years, Baker has set the benchmark in the Project Marketing and Sales of Pre‑Construction Condominiums, New Homes, Hotel Condominiums, Resorts and Master Planned Communities – when it comes to integrity, expertise and passion.


    Brivia is an investment and development company with a remarkable real estate portfolio with over 2000 units of condos, apartments, penthouses and houses built in the greater Montréal. Well known for his community involvement, Mr. Kheng Ly, President and CEO of Brivia Group, is a visionary business leader that has built successful and innovative projects with his professional and business networks.


    This is not an offering for sale. Any such offering can only be made by way of disclosure statement. E&OE. The developer reserves the right to make changes and modifications to the information herein without prior notice. Photos and renderings are representational only and may not be accurate.